Learn and celebrate Te Reo Maori with these simple songs. Nga Pihi, (young shoots), represents tamariki and those learning basic Maori language. The Nga Pihi series teaches essential language via music. Use the instrumental tracks to sing karaoke style – or in creative ways such as movement.
This Maori Picture Dictionary contains illustrations for over 1300 of the most common words used including numbers, days of the week and months of the year. The perfect introduction to the Maori language.
The flax skirt worn during Kapa Haka and as traditional Mâori dress. The piupiu is made of thick cotton overlock and is printed and cut to imitate the real thing. Also included is a tipare (head-band).
This imaginative block set of marauding gods, numbers, math symbols and the Maori alphabet will help to carry Te Reo Maori through the generations. Johnson Witehira brings together two cultures (Maori & Pakeha) by producing these alphabet blocks that are specially designed to educate children. The printed wooden blocks feature the Te Reo alphabet. Age 2 yrs+
Aroha is a Maori plush, soft and bendable doll dressed in traditional Maori kapa haka costume. Her black hair is tied up in two ponytails. She wears the kapa haka dance and song costume, with its woven bodice and flax piupiu skirt. Aroha is Maori for Love. Aroha stands approximately 33cm tall.
This set of 4 wooden sticks, 25cm long (handmade) come with instructions, illustrations and a CD to perform Ti Raku, a Maori Stick Game. NZ Made, with the accompanied singing of the Pukekohe North New Zealand Kapa Haka group.