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.
How to make a Star with string, step by step, cats cradle
Easy step by step instructions for making a star shape using string, shown from the user's point of view. This is an easy string figure to make. It is actual...
Stories from Our Night Sky - Melanie Drewery, Jennifer Cooper - A beautiful collection of stories and poems about our southern skies. From the legends of Matariki and Rona and the Moon through to how tuatara made the stars, Melanie Drewery weaves a special magic through all her stories that will ensure we never look up at the night sky in the same way again. Accompanied by Jenny Cooper's stunning illustrations this will be a book to treasure and read over and over again.
The Story of Mataariki
The Eyes of the Ariki - a story 'inspired' by Pou Te Mara, produced & directed by A Tibble with Imovie, Illustrations developed with Powerpoint, Music from Y...
The Matariki Collection | NZ On Screen
The Matariki Collection - Celebrate iconic Māori television, film and music with this collection, in time for Māori New Year. Watch everything from haka to hip hop, Billy T to the birth of Māori Television. Two backgrounders by former TVNZ Head of Māori Programming Whai Ngata (Koha, Marae) look at Matariki, and the history of Māori programming on New Zealand television.
Matariki - © waiata with lyrics by Te Whiuwhiu o te hau 2011™
Tenei waiata, he mahi puraonui, he waiata oriori i roto te reo Maori. Nga mihi nui mo nga kai tito ko Karena Terry, ko Sharlene Pawa, ko Ella May Pomare, ko ...