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Matariki Māori Art

This simple art lesson will leave you and everyone else impressed! It is always a popular lesson and with the added Matariki star poupou pictures its a great activity to add variety to your Matariki celebrations. Download the resource now - or, join Te Reo Club and have unlimited access to heaps of great resources like this! ---> tereoclub.co.nz Firstly, look at the Matariki pou and talk about what symbols are in the picture. Which star could they represent? After looking at the whetū and…

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6 Matariki Star Crafts - diy Thought

Today we have found 6 Matariki star crafts. Matariki also called the Pleiades is a group of stars which signals the Māori New Year which is commonly celebrated in New Zealand. The group of starts rises in New Zealand’s midwinter during June. In recent years Matariki has become a way to celebrate Maori culture and brings together all […]

Matariki Stars Mini Collaborative Posters - The Te Reo Māori Classroom Make Your Own Poster, Concertina Book, Star Cards, Draw Your, To Focus, Night Skies, Weaving, Classroom, Posters

Matariki Stars Mini Collaborative Posters

The Matariki stars are up in the night sky this season during Pipiri, the Māori month of June. Pipiri marks the beginning of the Māori Maramataka. Pipiri simply means "to draw close". What better way to draw your learners together than letting them collaborate? Making these Matariki stars mini collaborative posters is perfect if you want students to focus on their assigned task and talk to each other at the same time. Download the resource now - or, join Te Reo Club and have unlimited…