These te reo classroom label printables are simple te reo phrases. They are awesome for a number of reasons.
You and your learners can use not only the Māori word for the object, but also to put the word in a sentence.
These sentences are called classification sentences, or “he” sentences. They describe what someone or something is, or what qualities they have. They answer the questions “What is?” and “What are?”
- He + noun
- He + noun + subject phrase
You can see it’s not just about learning the objects, it’s putting the objects in a sentence.
Firstly, they can obviously be used around your room to label items. Also, they can be used as question starters for activities.
“He aha tēnei?” “What’s this?”
They come with the question cards for-
What’s this? What’s that? (by you) What’s that over there?
Also, there are reply cards to assist with the answer.
They have clear white backgrounds to help them “pop”.
You and your learners will enjoy using and learning with these.
All of these products are part of the AO 1.7-
Use and respond to simple classroom language.
Learners will be able to then use the plural in a sentence (these here, those).
In both TE REO ONLY and BILINGUAL
Here are some classroom phrases which are really popular.
And an awesome te reo timetable.
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