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
Te Ara Reo wiki 7 [wāhanga o te rā/ parts of the day]
Our aim is to use these descriptions of the natural world in our everyday kōrero instead of using time measurements. Eg: I oho aku tamariki i te Ata hāpara (My kids woke up at dawn). Pō / Night At…
Springston Te Reo
WALT: Write our own mini using an adapted format. Recite our own mini with correct pronunciation. Recall our mini from memory. It's all about me and where I fit into my family. Your mihi tells the story of the place and the people you beloing to. It is an eassy way for people you are meetingto make connections as they see if they are related or know your family. Task: As you can see - everything flows from the mountain, through the river and the waka is on it. Then the people settle so this…
Springston Te Reo
These resources have been gathered as part of our school professional development for 2013 with The Wānanga o Aotearoa. Kia ora to our kaiako Anaru and Tettere for sowing the seeds.
Magnetic Maori Feelings - Emojis
Common emotions are written in Te Reo and come in a handy magnetic form for easy classroom use. The English equivalent is shown underneath and emoji faces are included as an extra way to enforce each emotion.
Te Reo Māori: Classroom Phrases
[embed]https://www.facebook.com/1605823109739048/videos/1981763242145031/[/embed] Are you looking for an easy way to integrate more te reo Māori in your classroom? This resource has 60 plus phrases (rerenga kupu) and words (kupu) to help you with more te reo on a daily basis. The format is the same as the Te Reo Classroom Timetable so it fits in well if you are a selective decor person!