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!
- Follow a youtube tutorial and learn a new song on an instrument you have at home
- Create your own Music themed Kahoot!
- Listen to your favourite song and write your interpretation of the song
- Learn a new waiata in te reo Māori
- Make up a dance routine to your favourite song
- Follow a fitness / 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.
- Watch Sea Floor Discovers – Tales from Te Papa and answer the questions below:
- Who is doing the research on the sea floor and why are they doing it?
- Why is this kind of research important? What might be the scientific and economic benefits of the research? Why do you think that?
- Choose one of the sea creatures seen in the Tale and find out more about it. What are its key structural features and functions? How do these help it to survive deep in the ocean?
- Describe the hagfish and how scientists collect and study them. What do they hope to learn from studying these fish? Hagfish produce large amounts of slime: can you think of any economic use for this?
- Science fiction is often based on real creatures. Using the ‘Ideas’ response template, choose one weird sea creature and develop an idea for a science fiction story based on some of its features. What extra features could you give it? What might it prey upon, or save from disaster? Use the mind map you create to plan your story.
Hauora – Health and Well-being
Master Chef Challenge!
Follow a Recipe and share a photo of your result!
- Make a 3D version of an abstract 2D artwork from tepapa.govt.nz. Choose an artwork from the collections and try and replicate it in 3D – you can use everyday objects and materials at home, or make it on the computer.
- You could create your artwork in 3D using the following programs:
- Share your a photo of your result on our school Facebook Page
An example using materials from home