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Maori Postal of New Zealand is a mission aimed at spreading the Word of God among Maori and on to all people. As much as we can, we give away FREE School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Wall Text, Maori Designs, Matou

Maori Postal Aotearoa

Maori Postal of New Zealand is a mission aimed at spreading the Word of God among Maori and on to all people. We do this by supplying Bible-based material. As much as we can, we give away FREE

Intro's/Outro's

Intro's/Outro's

Posters to share the days of the week and months of the year in Māori. Free and printable from Classroom Treasures. Primary Teaching, Teaching Tools, School Resources, Teacher Resources, Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Maori Patterns, Classroom Displays, Classroom Banner

Days of the Week/Months of the Year

Posters to share the days of the week and months of the year in Māori. Free and printable from Classroom Treasures.

Loving these kupu tuhono! Maori Words, Maori Designs, Sentence Structure, Maori Art, Teaching Aids, Classroom Language, Learning Spaces, Learning Resources, Childhood Education

Te Ara Reo Māori wiki 9 [Tuhono]

This week we learned about Kupu Tūhono. These are the “joining” words that link parts of a sentence, or more than one sentence. You will hear these used liberally in conversational Mā…

thetereomāoriclassroom: Te wiki o te reo rangatira! School Resources, Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources, Primary Teaching, Teaching Kids, Maori Words, Alphabet Phonics, Maori Designs, Kindergarten Teachers

Te wiki o te reo rangatira!

Nau mai, haere mai ki te wiki o te reo Māori. Hope you are having a successful week whatever your goals are. Ākitia te reo-encourage the language. If you haven't seen the great resources from Te Taurawhiri here they are. (I love that they have sound bites!) Because there are so many resources available for this years theme I thought I would offer something a little different. The emphasis is in using more te reo in and out of the akomanga and it is an asset to have different kinds of input…

Ko au - Me, myself and I (Maori)

Me myself ...