Te reo Māori resource- Growth Mindset... I can! www.thetereomaoriclassroom.co.nz

The Te Reo Māori classroom - heaps of great stuff (including this growth mindset piece).

Wahine disaster, 10 April 1968 - probably the saddest day in Wellington's…

10 April 1968 - Wahine Disaster - on the rocks at entrance of Wellington Harbour, New Zealand. First big TV news event.

Taniwha- Maori myth: a huge creature that guards deep pools, caves, or seas. They can look like huge geckos, tuatara, sharks, whales, or a combination of all of those. They are very aggressive and dangerous.

Taniwha- Maori myth: a huge creature that guards deep pools, caves, or seas…

Maori,Solar System,Teacher Stuff,Teaching Ideas,Early Childhood,Worksheets,Literacy,Literature,Classroom Ideas

Aligned with growth mindset.Praise the process of learning with whakataukī! www.thetereomaoriclassroom.co.nz

Te Reo Māori Whakatauki and Values Certificates

Te Reo Māori Whakatauki and Values Certificates

Lost to a violent volcanic eruption in 1886, the remains of the Pink and White Terraces have been discovered beneath Lake Rotomahana.

New Zealand's '8th Wonder of the World' rediscovered

New Zealand's Wonder of the World' rediscovered. Lost to a violent volcanic eruption in the remains of the Pink and White Terraces have been discovered beneath Lake Rotomahana.

A line of Maori men and women shaking hands and touching noses (hongi), in front of the carved gateway of the pa. The gateway is flanked with tawai-sapling fences. Photograph taken between 1906 and 1907, by Leslie Hinge.

Hongi at the inner pa at the New Zealand Exhibition, Christchurch. Shows a line of Maori men and women shaking hands and touching noses, in front o.

Police cordon, Bastion Point - In 1977–78, protestors occupied Bastion Point in Auckland for 507 days before being evicted by police. The Bastion Point occupation was one of the most important events in modern-day Māori protest.

Police cordon, Bastion Point - In protestors occupied Bastion Point in Auckland for 507 days before being evicted by police. The Bastion Point occupation was one of the most important events in modern-day Māori protest.

New Zealand flag from Quinns Post | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

This New Zealand national blue ensign flag was flown at Quinns Post, Gallipoli, in The flag was brought back to New Zealand by Private John Taylor, Canterbury Infantry Regiment.

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