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
Reflecting pēpi’s sweet first words game, Kanohi features beautiful illustrations of kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi to learn the parts of pēpi’s face together with some simple Te Reo Māori. By Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson
The Treaty of Waitangi – Magnetic Story
Waitangi Day is a significant date in New Zealand history. Learn about the history of Aotearoa and the Treaty of Waitangi with this child friendly magnetic story. Simplified to a level where children can grasp a basic understanding. Illustrated by Xoë Hall.
Includes: 8 laminated illustrations cut out on magnets
The Moon Song – Magnetic Story
Hineraukatauri is an independent woman and loving it. All she needs is music and her best friend Te Marama (the moon), who she sings to every night from the comfort of her cacoon. But the wind is about to bring a change, and Hineraukatauri might just get swept away…
Includes: 6 illustrations with magnet back, plus story
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
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
How Māui Found his Whānau Magnetic Legend
The epic adventures of the legendary demigod Māui start the day he is born. The tides sweep Māui to the shores of his ancestor who will teach him all he needs to know to find his way home again. Each image is printed on card and laminated with a small magnet on the back. Each legend comes in flax kete to keep everything together easily.Illustrated by Xoë Hall.
Includes: 7 laminated images for the story, each with round magnet on back, flax kete, legend
Te Anuhe Tino Hiaka – The Hungry Caterpillar
The modern-day classic children’s picture book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, which has been loved by many generations of children world wide, is now translated into te reo Māori. With the same beautiful illustrations and dye cut pages as the original book, the te reo Māori translation retains the humour and quirky character of the little caterpillar and simplicity of the story. This book is a great way to learn first words in te reo Māori in a story format that teaches the days of the week, numbers and counting, and names of some foods.
Includes: 32 pages, softback
Size: 295 x 210 mm
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
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