Milford School

Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland

Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori 2021

Milford School will kōrero, whakarongo, ako, tākaro, pānui and waiata. "I put together a doc that has at least 70 activities available for our kaiako & ākonga to select from where they can kōrero, whakarongo, ako, tākaro, pānui, waiata and even be involved in different aspects of Te Toi. Being in Level 4 lockdown changes things up but allows the tamariki to involve their whānau for Te Wā too which is exciting. Karawhiua! :)"

Activities

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In PE this week, our ākonga were able to click on the links to our activities...

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Room 2 celebrated Te Wiki o te Reo Māori by drawing a well-known Maori character from a Maori myth and...

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Year 5 completed a Quiz and this is them sharing their scores!...

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Room 1 drew a Maori Legend character, a famous myth or a supportive message in Te Reo...

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In STEM students used their coding skills to program their Micro:bit 'bot' to show different expressions using te reo Māori...

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Our Year 2 class had a focus on te reo Māori in our Zoom call today...

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We all read a Maori myth and legend and created a picture based on the main character in the story...

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Room 18 celebrated Maori Language Moment by making posters with Te Reo phrases!...

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I decided to whakarongo, panuitia, waiatatia, and matatauria the Pepeha waiata for my Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori...

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For our 'moment' the class wrote a word or phrase in te reo Māori so we could capture a photograph...

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Room 21 enjoying Te Wiki o te Reo Māori...

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Year 3 Hui for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori - Part 1 ...

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Our Year 2 whanau came together over Zoom and sang some Māori waiata and then shared a sign in te...

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We have 568 ākonga at our kura and all of them sang the Māori National Anthem with the Haka at...

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