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  • He Manu Tuhituhi resources are now available as PDFs


    He Manu Tuhituhi was first published as a boxed set of books in 2008. This is a resource to assist teachers of year 1–6 students who are learning to write in Māori within a Māori-medium educational setting.

  • eBooks' teacher manual


    The following PDF of support materials is designed to assist teachers to incorporate the three eBook applications (apps) – Tīeke, Mokomoko, and He wai te kai! – into their classroom literacy and science programmes.

  • Kei te mōhio anō koe?


    The information provided on this website is aligned to levels 1–4 within the three strands of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa: Pūtaiao. Here you will find activities, videos, and images about the three main topics; flax, vessels, and dye.

  • Updated online Te Huinga Raukura resources


    Some of the flipbooks, teacher support material, and audio from online Te Huinga Raukura resource sets have been revised and updated. These are part of Te Huinga Raukura: Amokura and are aligned to the "Harakeke" reading level of the Ngā Kete Kōrero book series. The resources also support the Māori-medium literacy strategy. More flipbooks have been added to the online collections to complete the sets.

  • The Hundreds Board


    This interactive resource contains activities that align with the achievement objectives of levels 1 and 2 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa: Pāngarau under the strand Te Tau me te Taurangi. The hundreds board can be used on a range of digital devices.

  • Te Wharekura 88


    Online teacher support material is now available for Te Wharekura 88. The theme of the students book is the Moriori people. 

  • Mā te Pouako: He Kohikohinga 56


    Online teacher support material for the He Kohikohinga 56 student book is now available from the Mā te Pouako site. The theme of the student book is rugby league, sport and recreation.

  • Kura Taiao


    This website focuses on environmental sustainability within some kura and their wider communities. All of the kura participate in the Environschools programme. The website contains videos about the particular kaupapa each of the four kura are involved in. There is also teacher support material. 

  • 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. 

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