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Whakataukī Collaborative Poster-Native Birds

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This simple lesson is a great, inclusive, community building activity.

Each student is given one section of a large mosaic poster to colour in. By looking carefully at their matching coloured piece they practice blending and mixing colours as close as they can to original.
Once all sheets are coloured and cut out they are then assembled by the students, to reveal a large multi-coloured mosaic/poster/mural, this one being three native birds.

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This simple lesson is a great, inclusive, community building activity.

Each student is given one section of a large mosaic poster to colour in. By looking carefully at their matching coloured piece they practice blending and mixing colours as close as they can to original.
Learners can  colour , cut out and assemble to reveal a large multi-coloured mosaic/poster/mural, this one being three native birds. Finally, they can look in awe at the masterpiece made by the group.

Ka koekoe te tūī
Ka ketekete to kākā
Ka kūkū te kererū

The tūī chatters
The kākā cackles
The kererū coos

**We are all different, **We are all unique and we all have something to contribute.
Learners can find facts on these three birds
.
Poster details:
If copied on A4 paper-final poster will be 1m square
If enlarged on to A3 paper- final poster will be 1.2m square.
* 25 squares
* 3 separate pages for whakataukī
* 1 extra whakataukī
* 3 pages -Find Facts for each of the 3 birds

Pastels/ crayons
Scrap paper
Backing sheet

Students can work independently and require little input from the teacher.

*****whole school license*****

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