Jenna - what if we make a giant star out of felt? on cardboard or something to keep the shape? Stars for gazing and wishing, mobile of wool felt
Small world play - Imaginative play, story telling / language development, science, history,
I've been asked to do a space art lesson w/ a kindergarten class and I think this would be neat to make with clay. From Rockabye Butterfly: Space Art
Beautiful Math Stars – STEAM Lesson Plans by Cathy James -- Nurture Store: Creative Kids Learning
Second Grade: Theres a Dragon in my Art Room: Wild and Wacky Weaving!
Eric Carle's Draw Me a Star story extension.tin foil stars Color foil with marker
Sun Hats Wellie Boots: A Glowing Starry Night Add glow in dark paint to glue, add glitter on top, add glow in dark stars.
Teaching Resource: A poster to display in your classroom during Matariki (Māori New Year).
New Zealand craft (Maori Jewelry) - it would be so fun to pick a few countries and do fun activities about them in socials
You could do this with seven stars and arrange them like the Matariki cluster
Waitangi National Trust - Matariki Fesitval Matariki is the Māori name for the cluster of stars also known as the Pleiades. It rises just once a year.
Rustic cottage star mobile, Why did I pin this? But wouldn't it be beautiful with starfish?
Colour wheel shows three primary colours, four secondary colours plus black and white. Clear and easy to read labels in Maori
Library Displays: Matariki - Maori New Year
Create a night sky with construction-paper stars. Westerville Public Library's 2012 Summer Reading Program asked participants to help them decorate their walls with stars to represent the hours that they read throughout the summer.
We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades.
To celebrate Matariki we made a korowai. All of our toddlers made a collage…
matariki art ideas - Google Search
Ko te whānau o Matariki: Matariki Education Resource 2015 – Part 1 © Te Papa
File Reference: From the collection of Christchurch City Libraries
Last year, all of the year five and six students made manu tukutuku to be shown at our annual Calf Club. The idea came from the book ‘Māori Art for Kids’ which you can find here.
T's First Grade Class: Veterans Day woven star craft
I love having a positive and celebratory learning focus - especially in the middle of winter! Matariki has links to so many areas of the.
Summer lemon star cookies very crunchy, crispy and light. These cookies are full of lemon flavor with rich buttery bite.
From Te Papa - Matariki Education Resource - This unit of work aims to raise…
matariki art for kids
Matariki Resources Maori New Year. This could be cool if the stars had infomation on them
Learn shapes and colours in Te Reo
Matariki – The Maori New Year