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Maori numbers and counting

Maori counting work that helps students put Maori numbers into context.Help your students put numbers 1-10 into context with these activities. If your children know how to count to ten then they can do this work. This is a great next step after your students know their numbers in Maori.

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Matariki cut up sentences

These 7 simple Matariki cut up sentences are suitable for your blue- green level readers. Students cut up the words, arrange into a sentence and then write a sentence (a similar method to reading recovery) There are 7 Matariki themed sentences each on their own page:At Matariki there are seven starsStars are in the skyWe see stars at nightWe have Matariki in New Zealand Matariki is special to New ZealandWe see the Matariki stars at nightMatariki happens in winter

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Maori Reading Phrases and statements

Maori Phrases and questions to support reading in your New Zealand junior class. Includes 16 phrases such as:- Choose a book- Turn the page- Get a book- Get 2 books- Do you like this book?Each phrase/question is in Maori and English. These make great labels for your classroom.

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Maori Borders Clip Art

Maori Borders contains 18 letter size doodled borders with a contemporary take on traditional Maori patterns. Inspired by Koru, Kowhaiwhai and Tukutuku. White fill and transparent of each for a total of 36 images and they will fit right to the edge of a page.

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My Marae Visit {A booklet of activities about the Marae, Powhiri & Wharenui}

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