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

Ka wani ke! Now this is Maori Time!! This is from domesticscene.wordpress! Excellent for advanced learners of Te Reo, here are the maori name for parts of the day. #reobits

Te Ara Reo wiki 7 [wāhanga o te rā/ parts of the day]

Our aim is to use these descriptions of the natural world in our everyday kōrero instead of using time measurements. Eg: I oho aku tamariki i te Ata hāpara (My kids woke up at dawn). Pō & Night At…

Days of the Week in Maori - Nga ra o te wiki

Days of the Week in Maori - Nga ra o te wiki. Ka timata te kura a tēra Rāhina

Springston Te Reo : Teaching Resources

Found online 2017 when working on easy ways to be culturally responsive in the classroom. Easy visual to give to teachers as a starting point for novices.

Classroom Treasures: How are you? Kei te pēhea koe?

Classroom Treasures: Māori Resources I can take the roll using this - one of my practicum teachers did this!

Te reo Maori - Pepeha (Who I am, where I come from)

Te reo Maori - Pepeha (Who I am, where I come from) - get started with improving your cultural competencies!

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Things in the Classroom: Ngā Taputapu o the Kopaako Rather than use it to teach children Maori, use it to tie Maori to English!

40 Waiata (free) teaching basic sentence structure. Aimed towards preschool/Junior school but could be used further up.

Aimed towards preschool/Junior school but could be used further up.

Maori Art, Work Quotes, Teaching Resources, School Resources, Classroom Commands, Maori Symbols, Kiwiana, Early Childhood Education, Phrases

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