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Whanau • Path of Life Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist (NZ140305)

Whanau • Path of Life Pendant by Kerry Kapua Thompson, Māori artist (NZ140305)

Torea • Guardian Bird Pendant by Hepi Maxwell, Māori artist (NZ140202)

Torea • Guardian Bird Pendant by Hepi Maxwell, Māori artist (NZ140202)

Maori woman from Hawkes Bay...... People who speak the Austronesian languages......https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=Austronesian%20peoples

Maori woman from Hawkes Bay...... People who speak the Austronesian languages......https://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=Austronesian%20peoples

Former Miss Aotearoa NZ 2010 - Miss Angela Cudd (Ngati Porou)

Former Miss Aotearoa NZ 2010 - Miss Angela Cudd (Ngati Porou)

Learn location words in Maori. An activity for NZ classes.This pack features the words waho, roto, runga, raro, mua and muri (out,in, on, under, in front, behind) It links with Maori in the Mainstream curriculum level 1 and is suitable for fluent readers from year 1 + Suitable for immersion or mainstream classesIncluded are- Links to AOs -A suggested lesson sequence- comprehensive instructions- posters that introduce the prepositions- 3 sets of match up games where student matches the…

Maori Location words

Learn location words in Maori. An activity for NZ classes.This pack features the words waho, roto, runga, raro, mua and muri (out,in, on, under, in front, behind) It links with Maori in the Mainstream curriculum level 1 and is suitable for fluent readers from year 1 + Suitable for immersion or mainstream classesIncluded are- Links to AOs -A suggested lesson sequence- comprehensive instructions- posters that introduce the prepositions- 3 sets of match up games where student matches the…

This turapa (tukutuku) pattern, called Te Ara, is unique to Te Arawa. It symbolises the voyage of the canoe Te Arawa from Taputapuatea to Maketū 26 generations ago.

This turapa (tukutuku) pattern, called Te Ara, is unique to Te Arawa. It symbolises the voyage of the canoe Te Arawa from Taputapuatea to Maketū 26 generations ago.

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