Have you found all our free Māori classroom resources? Get yourself organised for Māori language week with these free printables! Below are some quick find links to save you spending too much time digging through the blog (teacher time is precious) Just click the images! Have a great Māori language week with your class, and don’t forget to check back often as our collection of resources is always growing.
Talofa lava! It’s Samoan week – how are you celebrating? Did you know that Samoan is the third most commonly spoken language in NZ following English and Māori? Get some of the beautiful Samoan language flowing in your classroom with the help of these free colour and number mini posters…. Click here to download your FREE colour posters. Click here to download your free set of number mini posters Are
Which band did you first see play live? For me it was Pearl Jam! Sharing our experiences of music in all its forms is such great connector across cultures, generations and tastes and can branch into deeper learning about politics, social movements and commentary on the times they were composed – there truly is something for everyone! This set of Music month challenges is a great way to get the
Dad: “Hey little man, how was your day?” Child: “Yeah ok” Dad: “Ohh. What did you do?” Child: “Not much…..” This free download contains some great prompts to getting the conversation flowing after school, and will hopefully support a deeper understanding for caregivers about what’s actually been going on in their young person’s day! Enlarge to A3, and this set is perfect for popping up on the classroom window for
*The following blog post is a repost from 2018 – it’s a bit grim that just about everything in it is still relevant today. Not sure if that means it’s aged well or not?! I shared the following post on social media last month and WHEW! It obviously touch a nerve with our teachers as it was shared over 1,300 times and viewed by nearly 150,000 people within the space