For our teina or to complement the senior resource is this one. The good thing about making resources over and over is that I now know all the kupu for the Olympic sports.
In fact, the beauty of teaching te reo and using the same language over and over again is that you can quickly improve your vocab. You just have to be focused and mindful and plan what YOU want to learn. My akomanga was always like a stick it castle, everything named and I was mindful of using and repeating the kupu as much as I could. I was constantly corrected when I defaulted back to english. Ktk!
There are some really gorgeous kupu, for instance kauhoe=Swim. Many people/iwi use kaukau for swim or for bathe also,
Kau is to bathe/wade, Hoe is a paddle. Kauhoe=swim (your arms are your paddles)
tāwhai=stretch out, move the limbs alternatively
Canoeing=Hoehoe waka tāwhai (move your paddles alternatively in your waka)
Synchronised swimming. Swim= kauhoe the same= ōrite
kauhoe ōrite=(swimming the same).
The language makes so much sense!
Back to the rauemi. All the kupu for the sports are the same as the tuakana resource. The difference is that this one is centred around Bingo games and Memory game rather than written activities.
Bingo is such a fun way of remembering words and I use the big flashcards to show the picture. It helps if you write the kupu māori on the back so you are not having to turn the card over all the time.
With only 8 squares the game is usually pretty quick.