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  • Maataa Wka

    Shared kai and korero te reo throughout the duration. waiata/karkia every morning.

  • Dargaville Primary School


    I use greetings, phrases and short sentences in my classroom.

  • Te Kupenga Net Trust


    Wananga nga korero purakau, whakakaha nga kaimahi katoa ki te ako te reo, whakaako oriori

  • Long Bay Primary School


  • Little Creatures Hobsonville

    Titirangi | http://www.littlecreatures.co.nz/

    We will introduce Little Creatures to the public in Te Reo Maori - a collage of the staff talking from different parts of the venue

  • Massey University

    Auckland | http://www.massey.ac.nz/maori

    The Covid-19 pandemic has seen the cancellation of planned campus events, however the Māori @ Massey team have developed a special 5+ a day social media campaign to encourage and celebrate te reo Māori. Throughout the week, we will be offering of 5 te reo Māori online ‘fruits’ via the Māori @ Massey Facebook and Instagram pages. Each day will include - 9am Karakia10am Kupu (word) of the day12pm Whakatauki (proverb) of the day2pm Kīwaha (colloquial saying) of the day6pm Māori short filmTe Wiki o te reo Māori QuizMany Māori kupu (words) have become part of everyday speech in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Even if you aren't a te reo Māori speaker you might be surprised at how many kupu you know. Take the 100 Kupu Quiz and find out. Get 100% and earn yourself a prize.We also have a fun Māori Knowledge Quiz with prices for top scores.

  • Belmont primary school


  • Bay of Plenty Regional Council

    Rotorua | https://www.boprc.govt.nz/

  • Te Tupu Ngātahi Supporting Growth

    Auckland | https://www.supportinggrowth.govt.nz/about-us/

  • Te Raekura Redcliffs


  • Peterhead School

    Taradale, Napier

  • Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Puaha o Waikato

    Tuakau | http://online/

    Ka mahi taatou te mihi, waiata tautoko, haka me te tahi waiata whakangahau. I muri i teena ka haere ngaa tauira ki te mahi te hangi mo to taatou kai haakari mo Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori. Tihei Mauri Ora.

  • Glen Eden Intermediate School


  • Stleonards Room 17 year 4


  • Tuahiwi School


    All classes making Te REo Māori a focus for the week.

  • Auckland Rotuman Fellowship Group Inc.

    Auckland | http://www.rotuma.website/

    About 10 of us are planning to get together this Saturday @our NZ Rotuman Community Centre and sing a Māori song. Will also upload it. Since Auckland is still in 2.5 lockdown , numbers are limited so our get together every Sat has been postponed. However, we will teach our mokopuna the Maori greeting Kia Ora , Nau Mai Welcome & Māori song when we all meet up again for our next Rotuman Language Classes

  • Room 23


  • New Zealand Defence Force

    Upper Hutt

  • Queens high school


  • Room 17 Long Bay School

    Auckland | http://na/

    Counting to 10,00p in te reo

  • Kaitao Intermediate School


  • Tawa Intermediate

    Wellington | https://www.tawaint.school.nz/

    We are doing a wero every single weekday this week to celebrate Te Wiki O Te Reo Maori

  • Countdown


  • Room 18 Long Bay Primary


  • Room 25 Long Bay Primary

    Long Bay

    Use kapa haka children as models to teach actions and haka to rest of the class In instructional Reading Explore motives and emotions of characters in myth. Retell myth using a story map

  • Ministry for Pr


    Sending out a daily email to my team at work with a te reo word/phrase for everyone to learn and use in day to day life

  • Inglewood Kindergaten

    New Plymouth | http://www.kindergartentaranaki.co.nz/inglewood-kindergarten/

    Whaea Rae visits every Monday with her guitar to provide opportunity to extend our interest in waiata and kapa haka

  • Kids Reserve

    Wellington | http://kidsreserve.com/

    Our tamariki will be singing, talking, sharing our appreciation and love of Te Reo Maori with firneds, whanau and wider community.

  • Nelson City Council


    - Elected members of Council are doing their mihimihi which we are sharing on our facebook page - Senior leaders are doing videos to promote te reo Māori shared daily on our internal webpage - Daily lunchtime 30min zoom workshops on Te Ao Māori (pronunciation, karakia, whakatauki, staff titles, macrons) - Friday workshop on Te Reo Māori in the workplace - Prizes for staff participation - Daily light art displays projecting whakatauki onto the Council clock tower - Promotion of Te Taura Whiri signs in local businesses - Nau mai ki Whakatū signs on the entrance to Whakatū at both ends Mauri ora

  • Awaken life coaching

    Dunedin | http://www.awakenlifecoaching.co.nz/

    I already do all of above and I would like to extend my knowledge and help revitalise Te Reo Māori & Tikanga Māori Te Aō Māori and be immersed Mauri Ora!