Te Reo Maori in the home
- Label and learn te reo Māori words for items in your home
- Te Kotare: waiata for tamariki and whanau: Puna Reo
A collection of waiata that you can learn at home with your whānau. Includes Music, animated video, translations and chords.
A great new way for you and your whanau to experience te reo Māori! An app that uses your camera in your device to instantly translate objects into te reo Māori
- Māori Television: (Te Reo)
Click on the link to be taken to Māori televisions collection of language learning programmes. From Mahi Pai to Tamarirki Haka, the options are endless!
- Play musical statues
- Invent clapping games with different rhythms
- Sing a song together
- Learn a new waiata in te reo Māori
- Collect sticks and create drum beats on hard surfaces (upside down bins, outdoor seats, old boxes)
- Make up a dance routine to your favourite song
- Follow a dance routine on Jump Jam
- Nanogirl’s LAB – Nanogirl talks with Moe about Covid-19 and the importance of physical distancing during the COVID-19 event. This can be used as a support for explaining the importance of physical distancing during the COVID-19 event.
- Tales from Te Papa – Natural Environmet – Watch the mini-documentary Seeweed – More Than Meets The Eye and see if you can answer the following questions:
Questions for Students
- What is the role of seaweed in the ocean? Describe some of the reasons why it is considered ‘one of the ocean’s most important life forms.’
- What special properties make seaweed so useful in the production of food and other goods?
- Given the importance of seaweed in nature, what conservation issues do you see around harvesting seaweed commercially?
- After viewing this Tale, what further questions do you have about the use of seaweed in food?
Hauora – Health and Well-being
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