Road Safety Signs – Te Reo Māori and English
Download these road safety signs in Te Reo Māori & English! Set up your own road and use old wrapping paper cardboard tubes to stick these signs onto for a fun activity to try during Road Safety Week!
Includes: 16 x road safety signs in te reo Māori and English
Emotion cards in English & Te Reo Māori
This resource can help teach children to not only learn what different emotions are but helps provide them with strategies for communicating their feelings effectively. This is a non-threatening, fun way to improve their social and emotional skills at home or in the classroom. In English & Te Reo Māori.
Māori Language Week A3 Resource Booklet
To celebrate te reo Māori Language Week this year we have transformed our popular resource download into an A3 booklet for ease of photocopying & displaying activities in the classroom. This resource is choca FULL of learning activities to help teachers & children learn the language. This year the theme for te reo Maori Language Week is ‘Kia Kaha’ – so let’s give it heaps, get everyone involved & speaking our national language.
Includes: 75 page Resource Booklet A3 + Box
Dough Queen Playdough
Dough Queen Play Dough is made in NZ, it is bright, fun and of course, non-toxic! Each bag is 500g net. Let us know what colour you would like, as shown in picture at checkout, subject to availability.
Size: 500g net per bag
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
New Zealand’s Great White Sharks
Great white sharks are one of the world’s most impressive and familiar predators – but until recently we knew surprisingly little about them. This book changes all that, opening a window into the amazing world of New Zealand’s great whites. Join Kiwi shark scientists Malcolm Francis and Clinton Duffy as they track great white sharks from the cool waters of southern New Zealand to the warm waters of the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical Pacific.
Up The River – Explore & Discover
The sixth title in the award-winning ‘explore & discover’ series, Up the River: Explore & discover New Zealand’s rivers, lakes and wetlands gives children an opportunity to look under the surface and see what special creatures live, around New Zealand’s freshwater habitats – our creeks, rivers, lakes and wetlands.Beautifully illustrated and impeccably researched, this is a wonderful and intriguing way for children to learn about New Zealand’s freshwater environments.
Watch Out for the Weka
An endearing story about our cheekiest and most curious native bird, the weka. While Alf, the DOC hut warden, is taking a swim, a curious weka steals his precious watch. He must get it back. That evening, Alf thinks up a cunning plan and eventually recovers his watch while also discovering the weka’s treasure pile.
An Irish Legend, Dagda & The Magic Harp – Magnetic Story
Long ago, in ancient Ireland, there was a druid king named Dagda, he had a magical harp. During battle, Dagda’s harp was stolen by a group of enemies… Find out if Dagda will get his harp back.This magnetic story is great at home and at mat times.
Includes: 7 laminated illustrations for the story, each with magnet on back, story card, bag