Colouring in te reo Maori whakatauki pages, is just one more way of normalising te reo Maori in your classroom or home.
After a discussion of the meaning there’s nothing better than to settle and colour! Download the resource now – or, join Te Reo Club and have unlimited access to heaps of great resources like this! —> tereoclub.co.nz
Colouring is for everyone and the following are some of the key benefits of colouring pages in child development:
1. Improves Motor Skills
2. Stimulates Creativity
3.Promotes colour Awareness
4. Improves Focus and Hand to Eye Coordination
5. Improves Confidence and Self Esteem (completing projects)
6. Self-Expression many of us are visual in nature. Colouring is a vehicle for self-expression as we make colour decisions and flesh out the boundaries of a colouring page.
7. Stress Relief Colouring is also calming and therapeutic for tamariki (and adults-I LOVE it too!)
For many it is a great time to reflect
Here are the 10 whakataukī in this resource:
*Many hands make light work
*With your food basket and my food basket the visitors will be fed
*Fill the basket of knowledge
*Although it is small it is precious
*Return to your ancestral mountains to be cleansed by Tāwhirimātea
*Waikato of 100 Taniwha. At every bend, there’s a taniwha.
*Love/compassion received, love/compassion given
*There is food at the end of my hands
*There maybe a little storm, but in the end, there is a rainbow
*A waka we are all in together
These are A4 size. There are two options-Te reo Māori only or Te reo Māori with English explanation.
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