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
CONNECTING WITH NATURE THROUGH MUSICAL PLAY
CONNECTING WITH NATURE THROUGH MUSICAL PLAY. JULIE WYLIE Children feel at home in the balanced ecosystem of nature, because it is here that they and their playing belong. Nature is a constant source of beauty, inspiration and imagination. The child’s…Read more ›
Maori Fried Bread from New Zealand
Learn about New Zealand with your kids, and then make Maori Fried Bread as a treat! Share your lessons and ideas to learn about NZ in the linky at the end!
Waitangi Day | Vocabulary
SMART RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: The Waitangi Day resource includes 21 key word cards, an explanation of the symbolism of the Maori flag, a simple explanation of the significance of Waitangi Day to New Zealand and a close reading activity for the students to complete. Landscape presentation.
Bone Carving Necklaces Craft
Kids can have a go at making these stunning pretend bone carving necklaces traditionally worn by Maoris in New Zealand and very popular today around the world. We have three designs to make.
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.
Treaty of Waitangi Principles posters
Treaty of Waitangi Principles presented on 3 pages, one principle per page. Most suitable for year 6+ Click here for all my Treaty of Waitangi Resources Click here for all my back to school resources for NZ classrooms You can get this as part of my money saving NZ Bundle *****************...
Anzac Day poppy craft made from paper plates - Laughing Kids Learn
Anzac Day poppy craft made from paper plates. This activity is simple to do with toddlers, preschoolers and school aged children.