Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts
23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms
Tātaiako Competencies - Blackboard Jungle
CODE: VT83M Use the key competency poster to help develop ideas for teaching and learning. Having the poster available to...
Barnardos Early Learning
Part of our Songs for Tamariki series - children love to sing, it helps them learn! This one teaches the children about identifying colours in both English and Maori.
Whakatauki Term 3
At Otonga, we learn a new Whakatauki (Māori proverb) each term, and explore ways that we can depict the meaning through our learning, and social interactions. This term, our focus is team work, and working together. Room 8 are very good at pronouncing our Whakatauki, and saying what it means. Ka Rawe!
ECE and Primary Teachers/Educators
Maori and Samoan Design Resource Kits (Scroll down for Ideas for Using Kits) Early-Learning: Maori Design Resource Kit, Samoan Design Resource Kit - suitable for Year 0-1 Primary/Pre-School/Kindergarten/Home Educators/Aoga Amata/Kohanga Reo. Middle-Senior: Maori Design Resource Kit, Samoan Design Resource Kit - suitable for Year 2-8 Primary/Intermediate. \ Maori and Samoan Design Resource Kits: Ideas for Use Pre-Literacy Skills/Colouring -in: Exercising fine-motor skills for holding a…
For the last three weeks of this term we have chosen to learn about dragons. This week we are learning about Taniwha. Watch this space for our fantastic art on Friday and a video of us singing 'One Day a Taniwha' with actions. A taniwha is a Maori monster and it is a Maori legend. It is big and it has a lot of Maori patterns and scales on its body. It lives in the water or a swamp or on an island or in a cave. Some are good and protect the island and some are bad and eat people. By Andre A…