Kōrero pūrākau o Matariki: Matariki teaching resource 2016, Part 2 – Storytelling through dance | Te Papa’s Blog
Suitable for: Early childhood, primary, and keen storytellers of any age This is the second instalment of our Matariki resource for 2016. Part 1: Storytelling In Part 1, we explored storytelling as a Māori tradition full of drama, imagery and action. In Part 2, you’ll learn how to bring creative movementRead more
Matariki Star Matching Game
How is this Matariki Star Matching Game helpful? This Matariki Star game is great for your kids to play in groups or independently.These patterned star halves can be used in visual matching games. Children need to correctly match two halves of the patterns on these stars. Children can divide the cards between two players and play snap with the matching halves. Children could also try and make interesting patterns and combinations by placing the stars together in any way they wish. What does…
Māori High Frequency Words – Feed the Taniwha
A super-fun, hands-on activity for students learning to read the first 350 high frequency Māori words. Read the word on the kūmara chip and feed it through the hole in the mouth of the taniwha. Included: ♦ 350 kūmara chips - coloured ♦ 350 kūmara chips - black/white ♦
Māori High Frequency Words – Basketball Game
'Slam Dunk' is a super-fun basketball themed game that will help your students practise reading high frequency Māori words. There are 10 different game boards that contain the first 360 words of a list on TKI called '1000 frequency words of Māori - in frequency order'.
Te Reo Sight Words Snakes and Ladders Game | Maori Language Week | Top Teaching Tasks
Te Reo Māori Sight Word Snakes and Ladders. Have you seen our te reo Māori sight word resources? These include te reo Maori activity sheets, te reo Maori sight word flashcards, te reo Maori games, and a discounted te reo Maori bundle. Great for Māori Language Week. #tereomaori #maorilanguageweek.
Māori High Frequency Words – Fishing Activity
A great hands-on activity to reinforce the reading of 350 Māori high frequency words. Make a fishing pole using a stick, string and magnet. Attach a paper clip (or split pin) to the fish and voilá! It's time to go fishing. These fish could also be used as a classroom 'word wall' display or use...
Te Reo Maori Feelings and Emotions Posters | Top Teaching Tasks
Brighten up your classroom while teaching Te Reo with these Te Reo Maori Feelings and Emotions Posters. These ink-friendly posters come in both English and Te Reo Māori. Perfect for Maori Language Week – Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori! Celebrating te reo Māori doesn’t need to break the bank!The emotions and feelings are included in English and te reo Māori. This Te Reo Maori Feelings poster set includes: How are you? (both Kei te pēhea koe? and E pēhea ana koe?, and their responses, are included)
Emotions and Expressions Display Posters Te Reo Maori Translation
How does this resource excite and engage children's learning? This resource covers the main vocabulary for Emotions and Expressions in Te Reo and English, with a different keyword each poster and one of our own hand-drawn images to illustrate it. Great for display, as discussion prompts and reference. We have a similar poster you can stick on your classroom wall.
Maori music in elementary music class
Organized Chaos: Teacher Tuesday: Maori music in elementary music class. 3 different songs to teach triple meter, dotted half notes, syncopa, or whole notes, ideas to teach tititorea stick game, poi with DIY instructions