Ō atakarapa | Your Moments

From schools, to workplaces to whānau and friends. Thousands of New Zealanders stopped to share in a moment of unity for our people and our language. In joining our Māori Language Moment, you became part of a movement that began a generation ago.

Kia kaha te reo Māori!
Kia kaha Aotearoa!

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As a Catholic Special Character School, the hīmene Mō Maria has always had a special link for us...

I love whakatauki ...

Each of our classes played 'Simon Says' or 'Ka kii a Haimona' at Māori Language Moment, to practice kupu mahi...

I used to learn te reo maori but losted it...

Tēnā koutou katoa ...

Our Kura participated in Whakataetae Reo Maaori which included 16,800 aakonga!...

Our Team signing 'E Minaka Ana' for our Māori Language Moment via Teams...

E korero ana taku tamaiti i a ia e whakapaipai ana i te kaauta...

We practiced our pepeha and used the last sentence to create this video introducing the class...

I couldnt get her to sit down haha mummy mummy i want E rere Taku Poi...

This is the spoon my whanau and I created for “Spoonville” in Te Atatu Peninsula for Te Wiki o te...

I added the following company values to my outgoing emails...

Infrastructure and Environmental Services Directorate, Auckland Council ...

Nga mihi o Te Kura o Urenui...

My whānau and I celebrated by trying to celebrate te reo maori language each day throughout the week...

Bruce McLaren Intermediate Kura entered this competition of 16,800...

Attempting to teach my puppy commands in Te Reo...

i did some epic stuffs...

We had an organisational Māori Moment over zoom...

Kia Hora Te Marino by Christopher Tin during ‘Sentinel of the Ocean’ Kaitiakiatanga ...

Kia hora te Marino used during ‘The Untold Story’ by Ian Taylor ...

Here is Pirongia School's Māori Language Week video with a few snap shots of learning done in some of our...

In Ruma Tahi, we practised our ti rākau skills...

These are some of the waiata I grew up hearing and whenever I waiata it's as though I'm back in...

We sung our waiata - we did a selection of them including kotahi matimati and kina kina...

Almost 100 ESR staff took part in this year's Māori Language Moment...

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounmau kaimahi sharing their kupu o te rā for Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, 2021...

I sang waiata, I said a karakia...

This is my eldest moko Lia Grace Catherine Bull ...

Our tamariki - Aurora (age 8) and Lorelei (age 6) - made a video for te wiki o te reo...

We dressed in our Kapa Haka uniforms and sung Waiata...

We played Te Reo Memory game at our nearby mountaintop...

He Tētēkura rōpū has more members than those that feature in this video, however, we were the only ones available...

Te Tauihu Iwi Chairs Forum taking a break to join in Te Wiki o te Reo Māori...

Stand Children's Services Therapeutic Care and Education (TCE) staff and visiting children introducing themselves in te reo and singing waiata...

We celebrated by putting up these beautiful kowhaiwhai banners greeting patients and colleagues to our place of work...

Our wonderful Matua Solomon took as down to our Te Kura o Awa / our river school and we recorded...

We should learn Te Reo Māori because it is part of who we are and is part of Aotearoa history...

He paku mihi moaiho ki te Ao Maori...

I have encouraged me and my whanau to learn our whakapapa pepeha...

Whakatauki...

My tamariki and I sung some waiata and listened to the Māori Television korero/interviews on social media for the week...

Ka ora tonu te reo Maori...

To celebrate te reo and help our committment to learning we have put up a kupu o te rā board...

Ko Michelle Sadgrove ahau, te kaiako puoro o Arahoe Kura...

Ko ēnei aku irāmutu...

at noon, over 200 of us from Southern Cross (Health Insurance, Travel Insurance, Pet Insurance, and Hospitals) came together...

Kia ora koutou!...

I’m Tongan, but I love the reo & singing waiata!...

I chose to Whakarongo this Te Wiki o Te Reo and I re-listened to Hinewhehi Mohi singing the national anthem...

I have been singing, writing and speaking in Te Reo Maori...

This is our whanau te reo Maori class...

I met my sister for lunch on the 14th September (in level 2!...

Because of privacy I can not share a video or photos but our kura have been learning some karakia and...

I te 14 o Mahuru, i te poupoutanga o te rā, i hui mātou ko ōku hoa (ko Liz, ko...

Kiaora, I sung a waiata & spent the day using as much Te Reo in my day as I could...

I got together via zoom with colleagues and shared a word or phrase in māori...

I chose Māori to be Idiomarium's #Language_of_the_week and designed this poster in celebration of the Māori Language Week...

The Video is of Year 7 and 8 students playing Maori games and practicing their te reo...

Nikau sang a waiata together on Zoom with our kaiako puoro...

I will write my pepeha from my Maori biological whanau and then I will write my pepeha from my adopted...

Ā tātau tamariki o Te Kura Kaupapa Maaori o Tuia Te Matangi e hāpai ana i te kaupapa o Te...

As a centre we all participated in waiata, pukapuka, art and more, together we learn more ☺️...

I te hui i te ata i tērā Rātū - karakia, waiata, kai...

On Tuesday 14th at 1250, over 100 ACC Clinical Services staff were supported by Kaimahi Maori to understand the ACC...

We had 50 online to launch this for our students it was amazing...

We share with you our, RCP, celebration of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori...

We wrote our pepeha while we shared kai...

Our kai...

A collection of our pukapuka and taonga...

For our Māori Language Moment Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori, the staff at the Whanganui Regional Museum | Te Puni...

This video captures the essence of what we did as a Council to celebrate Maori Language Week...

Our class had a boil up mutton pork with greens from our garden added in to our boil up Yummy!...

From our Garden get ready to add to class boil up...

Maori symbols are beautiful we grasp the old and decorate with contemporary mediums...

Kia ora koutou!...

I wanted to introduce myself, where home is and share a encouraging phrase...

We have been embracing Maori images and symbols...

Our whanaus took part, independently in their whares, immersing themselves in Te Reo Māori in a variety of ways, from...

Te Karakia o te Atua...

I haere ahau ki te Kōhanga Reo ...

At Kiwi Treasures Early Learning Centre in Tauranga we joined together with our tamariki to sing waiata for our Māori...

Therapeutic Care and Education staff along with the children visiting STAND Children's Services worked together to learn how to introduce...

I made a Kahoot to teach some reo and played it with my whānau over Zoom!...

Tā tātou wā

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My sister Ludivinia works at a daycare...

Kia ora!...

As a starter for my lesson I played Stan Walkers Aotearoa ...

The Year 4’s at Elm Park Primary School have had lots of fun this week celebrating Te Reo Māori language...

whakatauki...

Ecah class was challenged to spend 12:00pm - 12:30pm taking part in te reo or an aspect of Te Ao...

This is a video of our haka powhiri which we do for when manuhiri visit our kura...

For my moment I asked on the health and wellness facebook group I am part of ' kei te pēhea...

Kia Ora!...

My choir in Ōtautahi Christchurch, the Rockers of Ages, sings songs from all over the world...

Pōhutukawa Room did some pangarau using money: tāra me hēneti...

Aro Arataki children’s centre kaiako and whānau kanikani to Mahuru…Tumeke!...

Aro Arataki Kaiako performing Mahuru for our whānau, tu meke!...

One akonga in Karaka ran a quiz for the class...

Rata Room sang a waiata and used te reo greetings on zoom...