Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts
23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms
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Maori Language Classroom Decor Set - Word & Phrase Posters, Birthday Chart, Alphabet, Days of Week+ | Teaching Resources
Colourful Maori Language Classroom Decor Set - Word & Phrase Posters, Birthday Chart, Alphabet, Days of Week+ This pack of resources is everything you need to brighten up your classroom and create instant impact! There are language posters, birthday posters, months of the year and days of the week for display boards, alphabet posters and welcome/goodbye signs for your classroom door. Perfect for helping students learn Te Reo kupu (words) and phrases. 16 colour posters cover topics such as…
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Waitangi Day Story Book
A story book for New Zealand years 2-4 (aged 6-9) that introduces and explains the Treaty of Waitangi and Waitangi Day in language young children can understand. Ideal for the start of your discussion on Waitangi Day. NOTE: This book does not cover every single thing that happened before, during or after the Treaty was signed. Please look at the preview which features all of the book to see if this resource meets your needs. This 7 page book helps students understand-what the Treaty is-what…
Activities for Maori Language Week | Top Teaching Tasks
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori - Maori Language Week is in Week 9 this term: the 14th to the 20th Mahuru/September 2020. I've put together this blog post to
An interesting holistic model for health according to the eight tentacles of the Octopus, Te Wheke in Māori culture
The Maori (the indigenous people of New Zealand) which includes myself, have a very different way of defining health outcomes compared to western medicine. Te Wheke (the octopus) is often used as a…