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Māori Art-How to Draw Poupou (in a few simple steps)

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You will be amazed at the Māori art your learners produce from following these easy steps.Your budding artists will be proud of the stunning results. Download the resource now – or, join Te Reo Club and have unlimited access to heaps of great resources like this! —> tereoclub.co.nz
Through the process of observing, discussing and creating these, ākonga will make connections with the symbols, patterns and importance of this Māori art medium. Besides that they will be able to draw representations of things that are important to them within their own pou.
Before the era of photography pou recorded and represented important ancestors and events. Most importantly pou whakairo (carvings) can tell tribal stories.

Above all, the lesson plans are prescriptive and easy to follow for the teacher and learner.
This beautiful art form still remains and modern-day interpretations continue to amaze viewers with their visual stories.

Whole School license.
With the purchase of this resource you have permission to print and copy it for one school use only.

Distribution for one school is allowed.

 

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2 reviews for Māori Art-How to Draw Poupou (in a few simple steps)

  1. justinelawlor3

    SO popular! Learners are always asking to do more! East instructions ( if you need them) and great examples. Very tumeke for a range of things- even publishing kupu inside poupou

  2. koohatu

    Absolutely love this resource. The students each created their own Atua of something important to them and as part of the process we went to the Marae and linked the knowledge we had with the carvings there. So much learning and excitement when things were discovered. Tu meke.

    • Michele

      Kia ora e hoa, So glad you used it to its full potential 🙂 ngā mihi nui ki a koe

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