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This little one cut 'Mihi/Pepeha' booklet is a great scaffold to support your students with learning their mihi! The small size is perfect for holding discretely in your palm for quick reference during assembly or in class, and the pictures provide extra guidance for your little ones. Simply print, fill in and colour, then follow the picture instructions to cut, fold and assemble your little booklet. If you'd like more room for your students to explore their whakapapa, I suggest enlarging…
Masterpiece Monday & Art Around the World - Day #10 - Maori of New Zealand
Today for a Masterpiece Monday and Art Around the World two-fer, we're traveling to New Zealand to learn about the Māori people, who are the indigenous Polynesian peoples of New Zealand. They have a rich
Maori Feather Korowai - Black Brown White and Paua from ShopNZ.com
This beautiful Maori Feather Korowai features stripes of coloured feathers - mottled Brown, Reddish Brown with Jade, White, and Black. The total effect is magnificent. The Maori feather cloak is made by a lovely Maori lady of Ngati Porou descent. She was shown the method of making the korowai by a Northland kuia, and she blesses each korowai with a karakia. Please note that the correct Maori name for it is kahu huruhuru, but many people, including Maori, still call it a korowai. The…
Mr Hauiti taught us how to say a Pepeha. This is a greeting in Maori that we could use when we are meeting a group of people for the first time. Here is Hayze's Pepeha Kia ora tekau ma whitu Hello Room 17 Ko Hayze toku ingoa My name is Hayze Ko Allan toku papa My Dad's name is Allan Ko Lisa toku mama My mum's name is Lisa Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa Thank you all.