Woodlands Cottage: Home School--websites for each subject

Ton of links to Educational sites. Some only have a few freebies but most are completely free resources. I hope some one can use it!

Looking for an easy to use Matariki resource? Looking for a range of easy to use Matariki activities for New Zealand primary students? Have a look here:3 Reading comprehensions Suitable for  independent reading for Gold readers plus or suitable for shared reading.Songs Twinkle, twinkle little star in Maori and nga Whetu o Matariki , a song about the names of the Maori stars.

Matariki activities, reading, printables

Songs Twinkle, twinkle little star in Maori and nga Whetu o Matariki , a song about the names of the Maori stars.

Ideas for Maori learning

Te Ao Maori : Firth School: Teacher Resources - lots of ideas but not links to the pictures

Learn verbs in Maori. An activity for NZ classes.This pack features 14 verbs : cook, dance, drink, eat, listen, look, play, read, run, sing, sleep, swim, talk, write.  Suitable for immersion or mainstream classesIncluded are- 2 Posters with pictures to demonstrate verbs- 3 simple worksheets where students write verbs- a match up game where students match picture to the verb- a glossary of the verbs Maori to English and English to MaoriGreat for Maori Language week

Maori Verbs Kupu Mahi

Learn verbs in Maori. An activity for NZ classes.This pack features 14 verbs…

Waitangi Day | Vocabulary | Flashcards. The Waitangi Day resource includes 21 key word cards, a simple explanation of the significance of Waitangi Day to New Zealand and a close reading activity for the students to complete. CLICK image | next click large PREVIEW image to DOWNLOAD full resource from ... www.abcteachingresources.com

The Waitangi Day resource includes 21 key word cards, a simple explanation of the significance of Waitangi Day to New Zealand and a close reading activity.

May the calm be widespread, may the shimmer of light ever dance across your pathway #maori #whakatauki #proverb by planeta, via Flickr

Maori Proverbs Kia hora te marino, Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana, kia tere te Kārohirohi i mua i tōu huarahi. May the calm be widespread, may the ocean glisten as greenstone, may the shimmer of light ever dance across your pathway.

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