The learning intention included in this freebie is - I am learning to introduce myself in Te Reo Maori. Children are required to fill in their details and draw a picture. This item was created to support classroom learning.Visit my store to find other New Zealand specific items.

The learning intention included in this freebie is - I am learning to introduce myself in Te Reo Maori. Children are required to fill in their details and draw a picture. This item was created to support classroom learning.

A selection of 5 nursery rhymes and songs in both te reo Pakeha (English) and te reo Mori. Includes Baa Baa Black Sheep, E Rere Taku Poi, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Hey Diddle Diddle and Tohora Nui. Perfectly suited for Playcentres, Kindergartens, Early Childhood Centres and primary schools.

A selection of 5 nursery rhymes and songs in both te reo Pakeha (English) and te reo Mori. Includes Baa Baa Black Sheep, E Rere Taku Poi, Twinkle Twinkle

Thanks to those of you using Te Reo Maori Whakatauki Pages #1. Here is the follow up, with just as many gorgeous whakatauk to colour in and say.Colouring in te reo Maori whakatauki pages, is just one more way of normalising te reo Maori in your classroom or home.

Te Reo Maori Whakatauki colouring pages #2

Te Reo Maori Whakatauki colouring pages

Create a large tree to go on the wall which has branches with no leaves...yet. When a child does some outstanding work, or is a handy helper around the environment or has demonstrated a tuakana-teina relationship, then he or she gets a manaakitanga leaf.

Create a large tree to go on the wall which has branches with no leaves. When a child does some outstanding work, or is a handy helper around the environment or has demonstrated a tuakana-teina relationship, then he or she gets a manaakitanga leaf.

Colouring in te reo Maori whakatauki pages, is just one more way of normalising te reo Maori in your classroom or home. After a discussion of the meaning theres nothing better than to settle and colour!Colouring is for everyone and the following are some of the key benefits of colouring pages in child development:1.

Te Reo Māori Whakataukī ** Colouring Pages

Colouring in te reo Maori whakatauki pages, is just one more way of normalising te reo Maori in your classroom or home. After a discussion of the meaning

This finalises the set I use in my classroom daily. Every morning we go through the questions, "What day is it today?" and "What is the weather like today?". The children have to find the correct words/images, say them, and then stick them onto the appropriate chart.

This finalises the set I use in my classroom daily. Every morning we go through the questions, "What day is it today?" and "What is the weather like today?

These call outs are various formulaic chunks of te reo Mori language.Formulaic chunks are bits of language that can be learnt without having to know the grammatical structure.They are everyday phrases used many times in the classroom. e.g Whose is this?

These call outs are various formulaic chunks of te reo Mori language.Formulaic chunks are bits of language that can be learnt without having to know the grammatical structure.They are everyday phrases used many times in the classroom.g Whose is this?

Match the te reo Mori New Zealand place names with their locations on the map.The blank space at the top is so that the students can design their own heading.There are three different pages for different ability levels.Page 1 - Blank MapPage 2 - Map with lines (clues as to where the labels belong)Page 3 - Map with English place namesThis activity was created for someone who requested it.

Match the te reo Mori New Zealand place names with their locations on the map. The blank space at the top is so that the students can design their own heading.


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