Collaborative posters are great for team work, or mahi tahi. This collaborative poster is a great way to stir up conversations about a whakatauki. Download the resource now – or, join Te Reo Club and have unlimited access to heaps of great resources like this! —> tereoclub.co.nz
Each participant has a section of the poster. When all sections are completed, by colouring, the poster can be displayed in its full wonderful size!
In addition, this is a perfect way to introduce and use whakatauki in your learning space. Learners are able to identify any kupu they may know, and find the meaning of the others. Collectively they discus possible meanings and how it relates to them.
This resource also features a black and white A4 version for the learners to complete their own smaller picture.
This is such a striking addition to your akomanga. Enjoy these lovely korimako-Bellbirds.(Although they are small they are precious, clever, quick )
There are 30 pieces in this poster. Finished size is approx. 100 cm x 85cm.
Learners can work independently and require little input from the teacher.
Finally, this whakatauki speaks of compassion, empathy and sympathy.
“Ahakoa He Iti He Pounamu”
Although it’s small, it’s precious.
15 Whakatauki Posters Bundle