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Te Ara Reo wiki 6 [Rerenga, Waiata]

Kiaora ano e te whanau! I te po nei i karere atu ia akona he pitopito korero mo matou ra o Aranga. Ko te mahi he rerenga ano. (More sentence structures including Agent Emphatic). I ako matou te…

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Te Ara Reo Māori wiki 8 [Kāhoretanga]

Tonight we learned about negating sentences; Kāhoretanga. Just the kick I needed to remind me how to say all of these properly! Instead of using “kāore… i” for everything! I nee…

Maori Resources – Tagged "Te Reo"

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School Kit — Matariki Star Stories: Resource

This a digital product immediately available upon checkout Processes and strategies: Developing oral language skills through Matariki Storytelling. THIS TEACHER RESOURCE CONTAINS: 1 x How can I use Matariki as an inspiration for sharing my story? Teacher Guide 1 x Matariki Constellation Stitching Card (Bilingual) 1 x Arcturus Constellation Stitching Card (Bilingual) 1 x Hercules Constellation Stitching Card (Bilingual) 1 x Hydra Constellation Stitching Card (Bilingual) 1 x Phoenix…

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3/30 – Infographics and Te Reo Māori

I find I am constantly looking for ways to improve my recall when learning Te Reo Māori. One of the more challenging aspects of the language is remembering ‘who is who’ when it comes t…

Te Reo Māori- *THE BASICS* - Level 1 questions
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Mihi and Pepeha

Kia ora Koutou, Teaching your tamariki their mihi or pepeha? This versatile resource will support a range of ages and abilities in sharing their mihi or pepeha with their whanau, other tamariki and the school.I have drawn and scanned a picture which was inspired by a few different resources for my t...

How to Make a Kite

Making a kite together with your kids is such a wonderful learning experience and flying it together is tons of fun and SO rewarding! If you’ve been wondering how to make a kite, it’s really not as hard as it seems, and it’s definitely worth the time. Here’s how we made our own kite using newspaper! Follow our …