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Kia kaha, kia maia, kia manawa

Kia kaha, kia maia, kia manawanui. Be strong, be brave, be steadfast. Maori Proverb

Māori Shapes - Blackboard Jungle

CODE: VT15M Ähua - Shapes Promote and encourage Te Reo Maori in your class environment or learning centre with this...

Haumia Tiketike, Haumia | Mäori Performing Arts - Ngä Rëhia

Haumia Tiketike, the son of Rangi and Papa, is the god of uncultivated food, i.e. wild berries and roots, wild plant, and fernroot, a staple food of the Māori; the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealando. Haumia contrasts with his brother Rongo, the god of the kūmara and all cultivated plants... Haumia agreed to the forced separation of his parents. Because of this he was subjected to the fury of his brother Tāwhirimātea, god of winds and storms, who would have killed him if their…

Maori Whakatauki , Maori Proverbs

Posters with Maori Proverbs. Contains 20 posters with Maori proverbs perfect for mainstream or immersion classrooms. All pages in colour.Suitable for mainstream or immersion classesIncluded are A4 sized full colour:- Header poster 'Whakataukī o te wiki (whakatauki of the week)- Bilingual posters x 2...

Whakatauki - Māori Proverb Posters (With English Translation)

Set of 10 posters each with a whakatauki (proverb) in Te Reo Māori, with its English translation below. These whakatauki have been selected specifically to inspire young minds in NZ classrooms. They encourage growth mindset, teamwork, hard-work, being yourself etc.The bright colours and beautiful wa...

Using Whakataukī in the Classroom

Enjoy this freebie te reo Māori printable in your school, home or office. Whakatauki are such a rich part of te ao Māori. Te Ao Māori is founded on a deep tradition of oral history.

Ētahi rauemi tāpiri / Te Wharekura 79 / Te Wharekura / Mā te pouako - Ma Te Pouako

Maori Resources – Tagged "Te Reo"

Kāinga (Home)

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