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Collection by Rosanna J

Rosanna J

Writing a Mihi

Everything flows from the mountain, through the river. Then the people settle, so this is the order in which we say our mini. Below is the template we have used to write our mihi's.

Te Ao Maori : Firth School: Teacher Resources More

Teacher Resources

Days of The Week Nga ra o te wiki The days of the week Colours Number Environment Greetings School Whanau Shape Nga ahua: Shapes Animals Conversation “The Educultural Wheel” Macfarlane’s (1997, 2004) work offers a framework for creating a Ma- ori perspective in schools. Bishop and Glynn (1999) are consistent with…

Greater than the sum of its parts

Combining text and form in contemporary handmade books and artists’ books.

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

Hoki Mai - Maori Song Lyrics

Hoki Mai - Maori Song Lyrics

Matariki Fact Recall

We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades. There are several hundred stars but only seven of them can be seen. Matariki is a traditional Maori New Year. Matariki is celebrated with education and sharing ideas. Matariki is a time for remembering people you've lost.

Te Reo Maori | Days of the Week

FREE | The Maori language resource includes a question and answer speaking frame as well as the Maori names of the week with English captions. REVISED

A Haka Mana - Blackboard Jungle

CODE: VTP37M Well-loved waiata. Best value charts around. Printed on A3 card. Laminated on both sides.

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3/30 – Infographics and Te Reo Māori

I find I am constantly looking for ways to improve my recall when learning Te Reo Māori. One of the more challenging aspects of the language is remembering ‘who is who’ when it comes t…