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The question I hear most often is "How can I incorporate more te reo into my classroom when I'm still learning myself?" It is a question I love! I have discussed games and activities, waiata School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Maori Songs, Striving Together, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Teaching Quotes, Maori Art

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Kia Ora! I am on a MISSION to have te reo Māori spoken in every classroom in Aotearoa. This pae tukutuku (website) is to tautoko those many kaiako who are both teaching and learning te

Superstars Which Are Helping Individuals Overseas Greetings Bilingual Chart Set Te Reo Maori Resources School Resources, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Greeting Words, Classroom Language, Childhood Education, Vocabulary

Greetings Bilingual Chart Set

15 greeting words and phrase in Maori and English with clear, colourful illustrations and words

 Mā wai e? Nā wai i? Maori Words, Teaching Babies, Cross Tattoo For Men, Teachers Aide, Teaching Career, Sentence Structure, Turu, Maori Art, Preschool Worksheets

Te Ara Reo Maori wiki … [Mā wai? Nā wai? Mā wai e? Nā wai i?]

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Tonight we learned about negating sentences; Just the kick I needed to remind me how to say all of these properly! Instead of using “kāore… i” for everything! I nee… School Resources, Teaching Resources, Samoan Tribal Tattoos, Maori Tattoos, Maori Words, Languages Online, Foreign Languages, Cross Tattoo For Men, Language Quotes

Te Ara Reo Māori wiki 8 [Kāhoretanga]

Tonight we learned about negating sentences; Kāhoretanga. Just the kick I needed to remind me how to say all of these properly! Instead of using "kāore... i" for everything! I need to also use "kāore... e" and "kāore...i te" and "kāore". It also reminded me of a waiata we learned in Te Ataarangi about…

Loving these kupu tuhono! Maori Words, Tattoo Pierna, Maori Designs, Sentence Structure, Maori Art, Classroom Language, Teaching Aids, 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 Māori, or when listening to interviews or speeches. Here is a good link for short interviews in te reo Māori: Te Rourou, interviews by…