Wellbeing Vocabulary Wall Labels (Bilingual Māori and English)

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Description

This set of bright labels contain vocabulary to support your learning and teaching around the topics of physical, emotional & mental well being! There’s never been a better time to make this a priority in both your classroom and staffroom…

 

This set includes:

  • 2 labels per horizontal A4 page
  • All labels include the word in Māori (large font) with the English translation (in small) Each labels includes an appropriate graphic to match the vocabulary

 

32 general wellbeing vocabulary labels:

  • Wash
  • Wash your hands
  • Wash your face
  • Brush your teeth
  • Fasten your seatbelt
  • Blow your nose
  • Strong
  • Happy
  • Well/fit
  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Doctor
  • Thirsty
  • Hungry
  • Nutrition
  • Sleep
  • Be peaceful/friendly
  • Take a breather/relax
  • Friend
  • Make friends with
  • Rest/pause
  • Exercise
  • Be kind
  • Be patient
  • Help others
  • Hobby
  • Unity, togetherness, collective action
  • Positive relationships
  • Reflect upon
  • Question challenge
  • Brave capable confident

 

Māori health model – Te Whare Tapa Whā:

  • Physical health
  • Spiritual health
  • Family health
  • Mental health

 

Māori health model – Te Wheke:

  • The family
  • Total wellbeing for the individual & family
  • Spirituality
  • The mind
  • Physical wellbeing
  • Extended family
  • Life force in people and objects
  • Unique identity of individuals and family
  • breath of life from forebearers
  • The open and healthy expression of emotions

 

Māori health model – Te Pae Mahutonga:

  • Cultural identity
  • Physical environment
  • Healthy life style
  • Participation in society

 

* Would you prefer these labels in English or Māori only? Just ask!

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