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  • Create your own book in te reo


    Create your own te reo Māori book with this interactive website. It has four themes, aimed at beginners and younger speakers of te reo Māori. The website is bilingual with the option of creating the book using standard written te reo Māori or the Kāi Tahu dialect. Students can print their book or save it as a PDF. There are also language notes for parents for each of the four stories.

  • Kōrero Māori: Māori Language Week 2012


    This year the theme for Māori Language Week is Arohatia te Reo – Cherish the Language. Māori Language Week has been celebrated for over 30 years, and Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori The Māori Language Commission encourages everyone to join in again in 2012. 

  • Ako


    This is the online version of the TV series of Māori language classes, in te reo Māori, for intermediate level learners. Viewers get a topic to watch and listen to. A language skill is then chosen as a class activity. The website also contains worksheets for each series.

  • Matariki resources


    Access resources about Matariki.

  • Celebrating Matariki


    This page from the Kōrero Māori website has ideas, in te reo Māori and English, on how we could celebrate Matariki. It also provides information and links to other relevant kaupapa to do with Matariki within the site.

  • Te Huinga Raukura flipbooks


    Check out these fantastic online versions of the Te Huinga Raukura boxed sets of multimedia resources available on the Mātauranga Māori website. There are flipbooks with audio as well as teacher support material and student activities available to download as PDFs. More of the resources are currently being developed. You can also directly access the sets from the left hand side of this page under the heading "Te Reo Māori".

  • wickED: Te Rā o ANZAC


    Here is a collection of material, relevant to ANZAC day, that can be found on the wickED website.

  • 28th Māori Battalion


    This site is dedicated to the men who served with New Zealand’s 28th (Māori) Battalion during the Second World War, and to their whānau and friends. Between1941 and 1945 the Māori Battalion forged an outstanding reputation on the battlefields of Greece, Crete, North Africa and Italy.

  • Kia Mau


    This online version of the multimedia resource Kia Mau, about waiata and haka associated with the 28th Māori Battalion, is now available in English. This resource contains teachers’ notes and relevant videos that focus on levels 6–8 of social sciences with additional information on the achievement objectives from history.

  • New Te Tautoko teachers's notes online


    Teachers' notes are now available online for Te Tautoko 69–70.

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