Learn te reo Māori from home or school with this resource using fun games and activities.
Some simple Māori phrases will help you communicate more in te reo.
This te reo resource will take you and your learners from naming 18 breakfast foods (parakuihi) to asking “What’s in the microwave/refrigerator?” in Māori.
Te reo flash cards
First identify the breakfast foods in English then learn the Māori name.
Te reo “Three-part cards”
Your learner can match the pictures as well as learn the written word and identify the breakfast food.
Te reo Mini-cards named
All the pictures are on one card with their names under each. This is a great “cheat” sheet for writing the words in stories.
Te reo Mini-cards unnamed
You and your learners can now identify these breakfast foods without having to read the labels. Next these and the named mini cards can be used with the Barrier game.
Te Reo Barrier game cheat sheet
Glue this on your barrier. It has some of the starter phrases you may need.
Te Reo Barrier placemats
These will help guide your kōrero by being able to put parakuihi in to each of the ngaruiti-microwave.
Barrier games are a highly effective way of increasing language output.
See and example of a Barrier game being played here.