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This is a selection of karakia and waiata, provided as a learning resource for staff of Te Puni Kōkiri. It is intended to support staff efforts to incorporate te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga into their daily working life.
With a mixture of Māori and English, Taringa is the perfect way to learn te reo and tikanga Māori in a fun and relaxed way. Episodes discuss either kupu (words), iwi (tribes), stories or tikanga (customs and protocols).
With over 300 episodes, learn te reo Māori by watching this learning series for beginners.
Pāhorangi that are for beginners and advanced learners created by Scotty Morrison in conjunction with Waatea.
A cricket resource in te reo Māori featuring 10 at-home activities that require minimal space, little to no equipment and are self-driven.
Get you 'Up To Speed' with some Māori language phrases and words often heard in media, public addresses and everyday conversation in Aotearoa New Zealand. Hosted by Stacey Morrison.
Follow Hēmi Kelly on Instagram as he shares bite-sized content to help you learn and speak everyday Māori, every day.
Two Māori millennials take a year off work to undergo a one year full immersion te reo Māori course at the renown Te Wānanga o Takiura.
The Māori Television app so you can you stream Māori shows, movies, docos and live events, wherever and whenever you want.
A free online Māori dictionary with sound bytes included.
Watch and listen to the latest Māori content from around the motu with all 21 iwi radio stations.
Use your phone camera to instantly translate objects into te reo Māori.
Tatau is a competitive counting game that teaches you how to count to a million in te reo Māori.
Learn through challenges using vocabulary as well as sentence structure, balancing repetition and variety to keep you engaged.
An interactive te reo Māori drag and drop game for tamariki by Pāpapa.
Drag and drop each object or creature to hear their name read out to you.
An app to teach health professionals health-related kupu. Paddle your waka and escape the taniwha by learning and identifying words and phrases.
A Māori language series hosted by Pānia Papa, uses a range of language learning techniques, games, music and activities in te reo Māori.
A Māori language learning series for intermediate-level learners, presented by Pānia Papa.
A series of one minute short videos explaining the correct pronunciation and history of our Māori place names.
Learn a new phrase every day of the year for everyday situations. A fun and easy entry into te reo Māori.
This pukapuka features Māori metaphors and similes explained in Māori and English - making it useful to both learners and speakers of te reo.
Written entirely in te reo Māori, this book is perfect for intermediate learners looking to sharpen up their reo. You will learn kupu whakarite, common errors, and more.
This follow up to Mai i te Kākano provides new content including an extensive collection of expressions, grammatical points and other words and phrases.
For beginner learners wanting to learn te reo Māori for the home.
A board game for speakers & learners of te reo Māori. A word description game that can be played at any level.
A simple, practical and engaging guide to using the Maori language in and around your workplace.
A Māori Picture Dictionary for the whole family! Stunningly illustrated visuals by Kat Quin with translations by Pānia Papa.
What exactly is mōteatea? How has it changed since colonisation? What issues does it face today?
Contemporary teaching and classroom resources that are inspiring to parents, teachers and learners.
An audiobook entirely in te reo Māori for intermediate speakers. Play it in the car on your way to work or while you garden, cook, or mow the lawns. It makes learning a bit easier for those who have full time jobs, tamariki to care for, or have no time for formal study.
Wordle is a very simple, brainteaser-style word game. You can only play once per day. Every player is trying to guess a word - the same word, for everyone. They're given six attempts.
How to activate macrons on your computer.
Register for daily emails of new words – kupu in te reo Māori.
A safe space for te reo Māori learners and speakers to connect. The group aims to foster connectivity and provide regular engagement for anyone on a reo journey.
A Facebook group for grown ups learning Māori, speaking Māori and bringing te reo to life in their homes, especially for their kids.
Do something for te reo no matter how big or small: learn a kaikōhau or mihi, play waiata Māori or test your knowledge with Kahoot!
Share your experience or memory from Kōhanga Reo.