Basic classroom instructions Greetings and karakia (morning, kai, home time) in class
We will keep introducing more regular use of te reo for the tamariki in our ECEC to use.
Auckland | http://www.ahha.studio/
Maurakau sharing with friends in our workplace
Doing mindfulness in te reo Māori. At the same time, learning some new Māori vocabulary through a fun crossword.
Karakia and waiata.
Wellington | http://verbwellington.nz/
We celebrate books and reading so will be sharing our favourite Te reo Māori pukapuka with our community
As a kaiako, I'd like to begin implementing Te Reo Maori with our day, through waiata, korero and greetings.
Te Reo is already part of our day at preschool, but we will be making an extra effort to add reo into our conversations with whanau and in our documentation.
Ha ki roto - breathe in Ha ki waho - breathe out
Hamilton | http://nzma.ac.nz/
Flash mob style staff performance of Ka Pioioi
I have organized each teacher to consistently used family kupu hou daily. I trounce a new karakia and sing a waiata every morning with nga tamariki
We held a whole school waiata session on our top field on Monday at midday. We have set a wero for all tamariki to learn kupu Maori up to about 120 common words. Using Quizlet to learn kupu hou. Playing reo Māori kēmu.
On our Teacher only Day we will stop at noon and waiata Tutira mai ngā iwi
A lot of it is what we are doing already, but we will try to ramp it up to celebrate Te Wiki O Te Reo. We will do our best to make it fun, to get out into the natural world and use kupu of the world around us, learn new waiata and use the language as much as we can.
Auckland | https://www.stcuthberts.school.nz/
Kōrero (Speak): Welcome your class, and do your roll call in te reo Māori. Tākaro (Play): A 20 question Kahoot Quiz made especially for St Cuth’s. Waiata (Sing): Sing a song together: (Kia mau ki tō Ūkaipō) Kanikani (Dance): Dance to new Māori dance videos by Kaupapa Kori Choirs will perform waiata Māori in the Atrium Throughout the week: KIMI (Find): The Y9 te reo Māori class have created a scavenger hunt. Collect a special clue card from the checkout desk at the library. Find all 10 atua wahine posters hidden in locations around the library and write their names on the card. When you have found all 10, return to the checkout desk for your prize! The prize is a poraka tiakarete! KAWHE (Coffee): Use the poster next to the atrium cafe to order your coffee in te reo Māori. PĀNUI (Read): You’ll notice posters around the school, and handwritten notes made by te reo Māori students at St Cuth’s. Use this opportunity to give these words and phrases a go in your day-to-day! ĪMERA (Email): We have created a competition for a special surprise prize. To enter, include a greeting in te reo Māori in your emails. Any email that is received by any Languages Staff Member will put you in the draw.
Ideas to help you get started. It could be as easy as playing (and singing along to) a Māori language waiata, starting your Zoom call with "mōrena", or blessing your kai with a karakia!Get Inspired! >