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When needing to write my mihi or supporting others, this is a useful resource to guide you through the process. Me timata tātou ki te kōrerotia, ki te mihia ēnei mihimihi i ngā wā, i ngā wāhi katoa! Primary Teaching, Teaching Activities, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Maori Symbols, Learning Stories, Zealand Tattoo, Maori Designs, Maori Art

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“Ngā mihi whanau! Me timata tātou ki te kōrerotia, ki te mihia ēnei mihimihi i ngā wā, i ngā wāhi katoa! Mauri Ora!”

Maori iwi for the north island School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Maori Words, Map Of New Zealand, Maori Symbols, Maori Tribe, Nz History, Zealand Tattoo

Map of New Zealand's Māori Iwi (tribes)

From NZTE's Māori Cultural Kit for people wanting to do business with Māori organisations, a map showing tribal boundaries of New Zealand's Māori iwi.

Te Roopū whanau minutes 12 March - 2015 Whanau arrived between and Rosie started with karakia - then we had a kai Whanau members p. Teaching Activities, Teaching Resources, Maori Songs, Maori Symbols, Counseling Quotes, Indigenous Education, Spiritual Medium, Maori Designs, Maori Art

Whānau Roopū Minutes - Thanks Haley!

Te Roopū whanau minutes 12 March - 2015 Whanau arrived between 5.35 and 6.10 Rosie started with karakia - then we had a kai Whanau members present Whaea Georgie Ebs Rosie Whaea meta Ropes Vanessa Tarn Jahnke Sha Tuti and Tanya Katene Bevan Jo Haley Nic Apologies Shiree Bedford (Seamstress) Jayden’s Mum (Helen) Marisha 6:00 start karakia by Ropes Minutes read by Nic Election of Officers Chairperson Secretary Treasurer Committee Members ( All those present) General Business Chairperson…

National Anthem - korero/speak Maori korina Louise sigvertsen the Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Learning Stories, Maori Designs, Matou, Maori Art, Kiwiana, National Anthem

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Everyday just before eating our lunch a child shares a Food Karakia - a Maori prayer. The child shares each line and the rest of the class repeat it. After we've finished the Karakia we get on with eating our lunch. Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal, Maori Songs, Waitangi Day, Maori Symbols, Early Childhood Centre, Cross Tattoo For Men, Maori Designs

Food karakia – A Maori prayer

Everyday just before eating our lunch a child shares a Food Karakia – a Maori prayer. The child shares each line and the rest of the class repeat it. After we’ve finished the Karakia we…

We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades. Play Based Learning, Kids Learning, Learning Stories, School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Art, Waitangi Day, Maori Words

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.

Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving… Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Maori Symbols, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Still Life Photos, Carving Designs, Bone Carving

Maori short hand-club weapons are designed for close quarter combat and used in a jabbing or striking motion with intent to kill or maim (and then kill) with a blow to the skull. From top left, clockwise - Mere, (mere pounamu/greenstone mere) was the exclusive name of the weapon made of pounamu in some regions but other regions had a broader meaning which included the similar patu weapons made from bone, stone and hardwood. Greenstone clubs sometimes absorbed blood into tiny fissures leaving…