Tohutō (macrons) are the lines you see above vowels in te reo Māori. Macrons are important for the correct elongated pronunciation of the vowel and if they are not used correctly, or at all, may al…

Tohutō (macrons) are the lines you see above vowels in te reo Māori. Macrons are important for the correct elongated pronunciation of the vowel and if they are not used correctly, or at all, may al…

Pā pai te hōhā! Bored out of my mind  For more Māori language resources visit www.maorime.com

Pā pai te hōhā! Bored out of my mind For more Māori language resources visit www.maorime.com

Mō taku hē / My apologies; Sorry for my mistake #tereo #māori #sorry

Mō taku hē / My apologies; Sorry for my mistake #tereo #māori #sorry

Manaakitanga

Manaakitanga

Manaakitanga is my Maori name given by the Ratana elders. While manaakitanga is but a singular word, it’s important to note that it does not have a singular meaning or application. Manaakitanga and…

thetereomāoriclassroom: Ka taea e koe......you can!

thetereomāoriclassroom: Ka taea e koe......you can!

Part of our Songs for Tamariki series - children love to sing, it helps them learn! This one teaches the children about identifying colours in both English and Maori.

Part of our Songs for Tamariki series - children love to sing, it helps them learn! This one teaches the children about identifying colours in both English and Maori.

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