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My whole school had different activities on different days of the week and since I'm in Roopu Rangatahi (Māori Kids Group) we got to go around into classes teaching other kids.

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ur kaimahi came together and sung waiata today at 12pm, to recognise the moment the Māori Language Petition was submitted to parliament back in 1972. Aotearoa has come so far, to not go further, it's a WE thing. Kia kaha te reo Māori.

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This waiata was part of the International Reading Recovery Institute we attended in Indianapolis. Such a privilege to sing for our international colleagues who appreciated our reo ataahua.

I learnt Māori words

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Kia ora! We performed a TikTok with some of our kaumātua, kaimahi and rangatahi:)

Albany Village Library staff & customers gathered together at 12 noon to sing the Waiata Tutira mai nga iwi, accompanied by a ukulele. We handed out song sheets with the waiata in te reo Māori with an English translation.

I waiatatia te waiata Tūtira Mai Ngā Iwi ki ngā tāngata o te hapori :)

Played Tākaro at the Newtown Community Centre with friends and sang some waiata as part of 12pm moment. Went to te reo class and going to make my first boil up this weekend. Kia Kaha Te Reo Māori!

Peter Daly and Fe Day played (viola and banjo ukelele) & sang ALL the verses of Tuini Ngawai's song Putiputi Kaneihana in Peters music room in Strathmore Park Wellington. . .

Tena kotou katoa, I attended our Kuro Korero Toastmasters online Hui. All members used Te Reo during the meeting. We are all learning and are on different journeys but we are all trying and learning more each wiki. Come Korero with us.

I whakarite a Ngāhuia Harawira e rua ngā whakataetae reo Māori , kotahi mō ngā tamariki o Te Raki, kotahi ano mō ngā matua .

Mirror Services celebrated by coming together at 12pm to sing "Ka Pīoioi e" together. We acknowledged the importance of the Māori language petition and how far we have come with te reo Māori!

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Mauri ora e te iwi. Anei te Kapa haka ō Melville Primary. I whakanuia te kaupapa ō te wiki ō te reo Māori.

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Kei te tino tautoko a Ako Aotearoa i Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori. Kia mau, kia ū, kia manawanui!

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Kia ora Whānau! Te Aitarakihi celebrated the Māori language moment by performing a Tik Tok with some of our kaumātua, kaimahi, local agencies and rangatahi! ❤️

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Our mahi Every year, the Year 11 Drama students from Kerikeri High School create a theatre piece for the local Kerikeri Kindergarten. This is an incredible experience for the student actors, as they have to craft and create a piece of theatre for a specific audience. The actors work with the Year 12 Entertainment and Event Technology students. In 2023, the Kindergarten asked for the piece to be shaped around Māori legends and include te reo. The Year 11 students submit this work for their L1 pilot assessment. The Year 12 students gain credits for the work they do backstage. We were fortunate to have the assistance of Matūa Jordan Westerlund as advisor for Te Reo and Mātauranga Māori. https://purakaukkhs. weebly. com/

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Our Te Ataarangi group sang a waiata.

I tākaro Ngā Kuia o Te Rōpu o Waiōrea i tētahi keemu ki te whakaharatau i te kōrero Māori. He ngahau! 😊 😁😅 🤣

At 12 noon on 14 September I recited the Buddhist "Ko Nga Oati e Wha" (The Four Vows) translated into Te Reo: https://www. aucklandzen. org. nz/chants

I joined the wider CCHL whānau online for waiata. It was a huge group - many of those linking in online had multiple people in meeting rooms so the total number is probably well over 100 - and it was really inspiring to have so many faces and voices participating!

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All our choirs practiced their reo in our opening and closing rounds and sung some of our favourite waiata

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Celebrating Special Moments in Te Reo Maori e Aotearoa 14 Mahuru 2023. Sharing in Te Reo Maori some of my favoruite Waiata and Reo Songs and i learnt during Kapa Haka sessions i attended over time. i have also added some Panui & My Mihi | Pepeha. Ka kite Footnote: I do not own rights to music or lyrics and book cited in audio. I only own my voice and the audio recordings captured. Credit: to Maori Singers such as Prince Tui Teka, St Joseph's Maori Girls' College Te Aute College for their lovely singing of one of my Maori favourite of all times; Me He Manurere.

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Our tamariki will share our Ngake and Whātaitai art mahi and kōrero a part of our pepeha linked to out taniwha guardians.

- choose waiata to learn each day of wiki - invite kaimahi to choose waiata of their choice and tautoko to learn - place kupu Māori around Hāpori Whare

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