Ngā Atua Cards – Goddess Edition
Learn about some of our very important Goddesses in English and te reo Māori with these vibrantly illustrated double-sided cards! With the story and image on the front and information on the back, this makes for a great guessing game! Written & Illustrated by Xoë Hall
Size: 7 x A3 Double-sided Laminated Ngā Atua Cards, 1 Story Card
Ngā Atua The Gods
This bicultural resource provides a fun and interactive opportunity for children to become familiar with the legend of Papatūānuku and Ranginui and their children. On one side you will find clues in both English and te reo Māori giving the children a chance to guess the God relating to the clues. On the other side you will find out more about the Gods and their relationship to the natural world. Also includes legend of how Ranginui and Papatūānuku’s children brought light into the world. Each card comes laminated.
Includes: Nine story cards of the legend of Rangi and Papa and their children (the gods).
First Readers in Māori
This is a set of 10 first readers in te reo Māori with translations in English. These bilingual books are ideal for beginning learners of Māori, with simple language and stories, and illustrations that support the text. Each book has a glossary that gives a clear English translation of the te reo Maōri text.
Includes: Set of 10 Books
Size: 180 x 183 mm, soft back
Te reo Māori Crayons
Made by Glen Jones Art. 8 New Zealand made coloured crayons labelled in Maori and English. Each crayon is approx 95mm x 12mm, held in a 130mm long resealable cardboard tube.
Te Ao Tuarangi – SPACE – Floor Activity
Learn about Space in te reo Māori with this vibrantly illustrated floor activity full of fun cut outs of planets, the moon phases and constellations special to Aotearoa.
Includes: Info posters on the moon phases, matariki and the Sun and planets. Cut outs of moon phases, planets, constellations, the Sun and more! Black floor mat
Natural Elements Flash Cards
Whatever the weather, these cards will fit your purpose! Not only for learning about the daily weather, seasons and natural elements but these cards also provide translations of both English and te reo Māori, including helpful phonetic keys!
Includes: Set of weather cards with seasons and the elements.
Māori Art for Kids
This collection of 15 projects offers children a range of unique Māori art experiences. Practical skills cover sculpture, photography, design, paint, mixed media, collage and more. Easy-to-follow instructions include illustrations of the steps involved, using everyday craft materials, recycled and found objects. Examples of taonga (treasures) created by leading contemporary artists are shown alongside each project with a brief explanation of the object, its purpose and use in the past and present.
Maori Alphabet Blocks
The Uncle Goose Maori Alphabet Block Set has been created by UncleGoose and Wellington artist Johnson Witehira. Johnson brings together Maori & Pakeha cultures by producing these alphabet blocks that are specially designed to educate children. At the same time when the blocks are placed together they form a beautiful art puzzle on the other side.
Includes: Non-toxic, child safe paints, 24 blocks in a set, 44mm cubes,
Using high frequency kupu Kararehe introduces us to the all-important pēpi vocab of everyday animals! Animal noises are optional. By Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson
The Native Hawk of Aotearoa – Wooden Puzzle
A scene from our popular magnetic story How Māui brought Fire to the World, illustrated by Xoë Hall now as a beautiful handmade wooden puzzle! 9 wooden puzzle pieces, and entire puzzle measures 215 x 315mm