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Maori Symbols representing different things and god type objects

Maori Symbols representing different things and god type objects

Some ECE basic Maori Phrases to use while in centers or with children to help with increasing billingual  speaking and enhancing childhood development

Some ECE basic Maori Phrases to use while in centers or with children to help with increasing billingual speaking and enhancing childhood development

Karakia Tūwhera

Whānau Roopū Minutes - Thanks Haley!

Te Roopū whanau minutes 12 March - 2015 Whanau arrived between 5.35 and 6.10 Rosie started with karakia - then we had a kai Whanau members present Whaea Georgie Ebs Rosie Whaea meta Ropes Vanessa Tarn Jahnke Sha Tuti and Tanya Katene Bevan Jo Haley Nic Apologies Shiree Bedford (Seamstress) Jayden’s Mum (Helen) Marisha 6:00 start karakia by Ropes Minutes read by Nic Election of Officers Chairperson Secretary Treasurer Committee Members ( All those present) General Business Chairperson…

Karakia - Te reo Maori - BlessingTa      Eye brows-            Don't have to be spot on-just 'sister-Brows'.like that Term for them,, Get tatt In befor they drop out' Not A Bad Idea, 'Pale ,-just for guide lines Coz in old age there finer fade..  Keep smiling faith

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Maori Karakia or prayer... May the sun bring you energy by day May the moon softly restore you by night May the rain wash away your worries May the wind blow new strength into your being May you walk on this earth in peace all the days of your life and know its beauty for ever and ever, amen

Maori Karakia or prayer... May the sun bring you energy by day May the moon softly restore you by night May the rain wash away your worries May the wind blow new strength into your being May you walk on this earth in peace all the days of your life and know its beauty for ever and ever, amen

Nursery rhymes and songs - Bilingual posters in Maori and English

Nursery rhymes and songs - Bilingual posters in Maori and English

A selection of 5 nursery rhymes and songs in both te reo Pakeha (English) and te reo Māori. Includes Baa Baa Black Sheep, E Rere Taku Poi, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Hey Diddle Diddle and Tohora Nui. Perfectly suited for Playcentres, Kindergartens, Early Childhood Centres and primary schools. Brig...

Self-initiated project.

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Self-initiated project.

AnneKcam: Reo

Reo

Te Reo Puawai Māori Te Reo Manahua Maori Tense Markers: Vocabulary: He reo tupu, he reo ora The ā and ō categories http://animations.tewhanake.maori.nz/en/modules/1/3/4 Te Mahi Kai - The Language of Food Kīwaha - Colloquialisms, Idioms Reomations