These spectacular manu, who can tell you their names, are now available for those of you who have the Pōhutukawa and would like to add some manu to it. This is a nice way to introduce the names of the … Read More
Copy,paste and put up on your wall. This is approximately 1m x 1m square and will look fabulous on your wall. It can be used as part of so many topics!
Talking birds? Your learners will LOVE these talking bilingual manu who will tell you their name! Firstly this resource has a spectacular 1m x1m Pōhutukawa tree for our manu Māori to perch on and under. Added to that these friendly … Read More
You can now incorporate te reo Māori and a New Zealand theme with this Jesse tree. The Aotearoa theme will be a beautiful addition to your bi-cultural classroom. The traditional Jesse Tree traces the people in Jesus’ family tree or … Read More
This scaffolded te reo Māori body parts resource is targeted at years 2-6. Following on from the te reo Maori waiata “Mahunga pakihiwi..” for some parts of the body, this resource introduces the next stages-recognition and writing. Offered as a … Read More
Integrate te reo Māori names for some of the marine life found in Aotearoa waters. Word wall Whakataukī Waiata Booklet to promote reading Flashcards Colour and identify creatures 70 pages Years 0-4
Would you like to move from naming colours to using them in a sentence?
Through waiata, puzzles,booklet and flip books this resource is packed with activities to enable you and your learners to do this.
He aha te tae tino ki a koe?
What’s YOUR favourite colour?… Read More
Are you looking for some stunning Māori borders for posters, waiata, worksheets and for school or your office? Colourful and eye catching these will look great in the bicultural classroom, office or work place. The kōwhaiwhai borders come in 6 … Read More
The Koru. Nothing resembles our unique art more that this simple symbol. Make cards, borders,patterns, pictures or worksheets with the “stretchable” pieces. Red, black and white. Square and rectangular frame. Circles, triangles, parallelograms, squares, long koru, short koru curved or … Read More
Kia Ora! I am on a MISSION to have te reo Māori spoken in every classroom in Aotearoa. This pae tukutuku (website) is to tautoko those many kaiako who are both teaching and learning te reo (at the same time). … Read More