Te Reo Māori Resource B I G Bundle

 

I’m super excited to offer this te reo Māori bundle of resources based around our Level one curriculum guidelines-

Te Aho Arataki Marau mō te Ako i Te Reo Māori – Kura Auraki

Curriculum Guidelines for Teaching and Learning Te Reo Māori in English-medium Schools:
Years 1-13.
 
It is part of our NZ Code of Professional responsibility and Standards for the Teaching Profession, that all teachers practise and develop the use of te reo and tikanga Māori.
 
This bundle will help you when planning your whole year of te reo.
The resources can be used for a range of year levels and would be particularly timesaving for the person in charge of the te reo planning in a school. They are all able to be adapted and made to suit Years 1/2-6.
 
Value packed. (298 pgs). Seven titles
 
*1.1 Greet, farewell, and acknowledge people and respond to greetings and acknowledgments
*1.6 Understand and use simple polite conventions, for example, ways of acknowledging people, expressing regret and complimenting people

Based on the te reo Māori A/O 1.1 the resource has 5 beautiful posters that will help you begin your te reo journey with your learners
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Hello to one
Hello to two
Hello to three or more
Goodbye to those staying
Goodbye
See you at another time
Thanks so much
These are stunning enlarged and look beautiful accompanying these resources.
 
Achievement Objective 1.2
“Ko Au-Me”
We have used the neutral form of “taku” (my) in this resource. This aligns with “He reo tupu, he reo ora” teaching resource put out by the Ministry of Education.
*Introduce themselves and others and respond to introductions

Learning Intentions:
• recognise, understand, and use familiar words about ourselves and our whānau
• recognise, understand, and use short phrases about ourselves and our whānau
• ask and answer simple questions about another person’s whānau
• use ordinal numbers to tell my or someone else’s place in the whānau
• ask and answer a question about my or someone else’s age

There are plenty of activities and support materials in this pack.

 
Achievement Objective 1.3
*Communicate about numbers, using days of the week, months and dates

This te reo Māori Maramataka (calendar) resource will be so helpful. For the whole school, all learners can benefit in some way. Includes:

*both sets of Days of the Week with posters explaining the meanings behind the Māori Language Commission names (Did you know Rāhina was named after Māhina the moon?)

*Ordinal numbers-How to say the 1st, 2nd etc

*Months

*How to give the full date

*How to ask “When is your birthday?”

*Fantastic mini book with all these facts as a reference. Older learners can make activities (word search, games puzzles etc) to teach others.

Maramataka is black and white so you can colour code the days, months and numbers to suit.

BRIGHT POSTERS. Packed with so much learning at any level!!

 

 
Achievement Objective 1.4
 
*Communicate about personal information, such as name, parents’ and grandparents’ names, iwi, hapū, mountain and river, or home town and place of family origin

Writing a pepeha can be a little confusing for learners. This te reo Maori resource has visuals and explanations to help with the understanding of a pepeha.

Bright and engaging, this should make the process easier.

How to Write a Pepeha



 
Achievement Objective 1.5

*Communicate about location
This te reo resource was made to help teachers and learners simplify understanding “locations” or prepositions (Tūwāhi).

It incorporates speaking, reading, writing and fun activities.

This can be used in mainstream and rumaki/ bilingual classes as the teachers’ instructions are in English and worksheets are in either te reo only or English.

Resource includes:
*Location posters (which can be made into a book)

*Word picture matching activities (In black and white-print on coloured paper)

*Self-correcting sentence making activity (In black and white-print on coloured paper)

*Writing correct location words under picture (Tuhia te kupu tika o ēnei ki te wāhi e tika ana.)

*A foldable first reader book which can be taken home to share with whānau!

Te Reo Māori Made Easier: Locations-Tūwāhi

 

 
Achievement Objective 1.7
 Use and respond to simple classroom language (including asking for the word to express something in te reo Māori).
There are threeawesome resources in this classroom language section-
 
TIMETABLE LABELS
This lovely collection of te reo, with English, timetable labels are bright and engaging. They offer more than just subject labels. Every day teacher prompts, phrases and words are included.
Karakia, roll call, values, karakia for kai, news, morning tea, lunch, brain food, snack, brain break, maths/numeracy, reading, silent reading, science, sport, run, fitness, swimming, Library, spelling, handwriting, Inquiry, topic, waiata, assembly, hui, mindfulness, art, mat time, writing, literacy, digital fluency, social studies, finishing off work, computer time, health, te reo, poetry, choosing time, music, golden time, play time, group discussion, workshop, buddy time, oral language, whānau time, R.E, kapa haka, creative writing, silent reading, tidy up time, homework, discovery time, special event, Finished home time, see you tomorrow, see you next week, wash your hands….
 
CLASSROOM LANGUAGE/ PHRASES

Are you looking for an easy way to integrate more te reo Māori in your classroom?

This resource has 60 plus phrases (rerenga kupu) and words (kupu) to help you with more te reo on a daily basis.

The format is the same as the Te Reo Classroom Timetable so it fits in well if you are a selective decor person!

Te Reo Māori: Classroom Timetable Labels

 

Te Reo Māori: Classroom Phrases

 

Rerenga kupu/kupu include;
Learn/teach
Learners
Stand up
Sit down
Yes
No
Be brave/ hang in there
Great
Very good
Excellent
Drink!
Eat!
Friend
You can do it!
Have a good day
I had a good day
I’m sorry


Tidy the room!
QUIET!
Line up here
Line up over there
Let’s go
Work hard
Open the door
Shut the door
Hat
Take off your hat
Put on your hat
Where is your hat? (popular!!!)
Shoe
Take off your shoes
Do you understand?
Questions?
Can you help me please?
Finished?
Smile!
Relax
Don’t talk
Here
Lets begin the karakia
Lets begin the song
What’s wrong?
What’s the Māori word for…?
Who will start?
Think carefully
Be careful
Go to the playground

My bad!
Come here
Go away
Give me
Give to
What’s this?
What are these?
Look at me
Look away (over there)
Listen to me
Talk to me
Wait
Don’t forget
Follow me
Are you ready?

I know these will be really valuable if you are just starting your te reo journey beside your ākonga.

As well as these phrases/words there are other replies and words to be learnt from the labels.
A fun resource 🙂

FEELINGS/ Ngā kare a-roto

Do you want to take your learners from asking “How are you?” to “How is she/he?”

Do you want to include kīwaha and every day conversational reo in your programme?

If so, this rauemi is for you and your learners! The expressive characters will help with the identifying and understanding of the feelings/emotions kupu.
angry
brave
cold
confused
curious
disappointed
embarrassed
excited
fed up/frustrated

good
grumpy
happy
healthy


hot
hungry
lonely
nervous
proud
sad
scared
sick
silly
stressed
surprised
thirsty
tired

Te Reo Māori: Feelings-Ngā Kare ā- Roto

 

*27 “feelings”

*1 set bilingual (te reo Māori/English)

*1 set te reo Māori only

*E pēhea ana koe? and Kei te pēhea koe?

*6 kīwaha (colloquial sayings- call outs)

*Mini book-Ākonga make and read, this promotes reading and is a great take home activity to share with whānau.
(This is the same resource which is sold separately “Kei te Pēhea Koe.” Mini book)

Soooo… plenty of timesaving right there!
As a special extra-a Collaborative Poster. “He manako te kōura i kore ai.” Wishing for the crayfish won’t bring it. This “Ako” whakataukī can be used with growth mindset. Be an active learner. To reach your goal you need skills. Be proactive! Whāia te mātauranga!
These are fun. Each learner has a piece of the larger poster with a smaller coloured section to use as a guide.
By colouring your piece and piecing together, the collaborative work is done!
 
 

They can be kept on the server and/or in folders for the hardcopy people.

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