Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori 2021

He Whānau Manaaki o Tararua Free Kindergartens will waiata. "Everyone was given the options and it has been decided by the people that responded to learn a waiata. The waiata suggested was Six60 Kia mau ki tō ūkaipō / Dont forget your roots my friend - looks like its all ooon! Te reo Māori ki te ūkaipō! " Band members Matiu Walters and Marlon Gerbes revealed to Laura, Sam and Toni that the song - now titled Kia Mau Ki Tō Ūkaipō - actually possess a beautiful new meaning after being translated from English to Te Reo Māori. “There was a slight translation difference," Marlon (six60) explained. "Instead of 'not forgetting your roots' it was 'take who you are and where you’re from with you if you go away'"."

Activities

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He whakamatau tuarua tā tātou waiata pepeha!

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Haka with All Blacks!...

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Our tamariki love to participating in poi kanikani so we decided that this was a great opportunity to participate in...

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Kia ora koutou mō Northland Kindergarten, a tātou wā tuku reo he waiata Whit mai te rā!...

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We gathered in our tamariki to sing and do poi to the popular waiata "E rere taku poi"...

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Kia ora...

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This is a mindful breathing exercise in te reo māori that we do daily - Hikitia te ha ...

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Te wiki o Te reo Māori has Katoa Kindergarten starting our journey in flourishing Te reo Māori me Te ao...

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A tātou tari ki Whanganui - E noho rā koutou!...

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Tēnā ra koutou katoa, ...

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This is our moment at Tōtara Puku Kindergarten singing along and moving our bodies to the Six60 waiata, ‘ Kia...

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E rua ngā waiata mo ā tātou tari ki Parerua rāua ko Whanganui - Karawhiua!...

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Our Newtown Kindergarten Pepeha that we perform daily as part of our mat time rituals...

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Kia kaha ki Te korero Maori I nga wa katoa, ki roto, ki waho...

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Nau mai haere mai ki te huihui o Matariki - Our 2 day event in Wainuiomata had over 3000 people...

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Our office learnt Kia kaha tātou ki te kōrero Māori - Karawhiua...

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