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Recently I was in Taranaki and drove through Patea, famous for the Patea Maori Club and their 1984 NZ Number one hit “Poi e”.  An excellent background to the song by Ngoi Pewhairangi an…

Poi e! (A poi making tutorial)

Recently I was in Taranaki and drove through Patea, famous for the Patea Maori Club and their 1984 NZ Number one hit “Poi e”. An excellent background to the song by Ngoi Pewhairangi an…

Stitchlily: http://stitchlily.blogspot.co.nz/2012/08/how-to-draw-tiki-head.html How to draw a Tiki Head! Step 1:  Draw out a simple 2x4 grid. Step 2: Draw nose just above the centre of the grid. Step 3: Add eyes Step 4: Add mouth Step 5: Add eyebrows Step 6: Add forehead Step 7: Add in any other optionals.   I came across Kapa, a type of bark cloth. Heres an interesting article, with a list of traditional dyes used in kapa making http://www.hawaiianencyclopedia.com/kapa-tapa-barkcloth.asp.

Stitchlily: http://stitchlily.blogspot.co.nz/2012/08/how-to-draw-tiki-head.html How to draw a Tiki Head! Step 1: Draw out a simple 2x4 grid. Step 2: Draw nose just above the centre of the grid. Step 3: Add eyes Step 4: Add mouth Step 5: Add eyebrows Step 6: Add forehead Step 7: Add in any other optionals. I came across Kapa, a type of bark cloth. Heres an interesting article, with a list of traditional dyes used in kapa making http://www.hawaiianencyclopedia.com/kapa-tapa-barkcloth.asp.

Did you know that there are actually 9 copies of the Treaty of Waitangi? They travelled the country after the initial signing in Waitangi on the 6th February 1840 collecting more than 500 signatures!  This 48 page mini booklet pack is designed to support your classroom discussions about the Treaty of Waitangi. It was created to address the lack of easy to use resources for primary aged Kiwi kids – you can mix and match from the large selection of pages to best meet the needs of your class.

Waitangi Day {An activity booklet about the Treaty for Kiwi kids}

Did you know that there are actually 9 copies of the Treaty of Waitangi? They travelled the country after the initial signing in Waitangi on the 6th February 1840 collecting more than 500 signatures! This 48 page mini booklet pack is designed to support your classroom discussions about the Treaty of Waitangi. It was created to address the lack of easy to use resources for primary aged Kiwi kids – you can mix and match from the large selection of pages to best meet the needs of your class.

Did you know that the Matariki constellation is called ‘Subaru’ in Japan? Or that although we can normally only see 6-7 stars with the naked eye, there are actually over 400 included in the Matariki cluster? This 56 page mini booklet pack is designed to support your classroom discussions and learning about Matariki.  *Also included in this resource is a large wall display banner and a set of word wall cards.

Matariki {Let's celebrate Māori New Year!}

Did you know that the Matariki constellation is called ‘Subaru’ in Japan? Or that although we can normally only see 6-7 stars with the naked eye, there are actually over 400 included in the Matariki cluster? This 56 page mini booklet pack is designed to support your classroom discussions and learning about Matariki. *Also included in this resource is a large wall display banner and a set of word wall cards.

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NZ flax weaving blog » Blog Archive » Weaving Flowers from New Zealand Flax

Matariki is the Aotearoa Pacific New Year. It takes its name from the seven star constellation which reappears over the horizon in late May. In Western astronomy this constellation is called The Pleiades.

Matariki is the Aotearoa Pacific New Year. It takes its name from the seven star constellation which reappears over the horizon in late May. In Western astronomy this constellation is called The Pleiades.

Tirama tirama matariki, me ana tamariki, tupuanuku ,tupuarangi,waiti,waita, waipunarangi e, ko te potuku o ururangi

Tirama tirama matariki, me ana tamariki, tupuanuku ,tupuarangi,waiti,waita, waipunarangi e, ko te potuku o ururangi

The creation myth of Maori legend is simply told in Peter's stunning, illustrative style. Bold design and brief text introduce the struggle of the children of Rangi and Papa as they try to part their parents and bring light to the world.

The creation myth of Maori legend is simply told in Peter's stunning, illustrative style. Bold design and brief text introduce the struggle of the children of Rangi and Papa as they try to part their parents and bring light to the world.

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