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A good range of books, posters, puzzles, games, CD’s, and Ti Rakau sticks available – catering for all age groups.

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Ti Rakau Sticks 1.2m

Ti Rakau Sticks 1.2m

Ti Rakau is a great way to develop hand-eye coordination and also learn to develop a sense of rhythm. Games include:  Maui Matau; Hi Aue; Poi Rakau; Pakiaka.  Set contains: x30 1. [more]
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Ti Rakau Sticks 30cm

Ti Rakau Sticks 30cm

This game is played with two people or, at a more advanced level, four people. Tī rākau is a great way to develop hand-eye coordination.  Set of 35 pairs. [more]
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He kete O Te Reo Maori A-Z of physical activities that teach te reo Maori

He kete O Te Reo Maori A-Z of physical activities that teach te reo Maori

This resource will help teachers integrate Te Reo Kori into their Physical Education programmes with ease! 26 games include a mixture of contemporary fitness activities and more traditional Māori games too. [more]
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Maori Action Songs

Maori Action Songs

This book is the classic introduction to this distinctive art form - ideal for teachers, groups or individuals. [more]
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Celebrating Matariki

Celebrating Matariki

Matariki is a constellation of stars that has been known to Māori for hundreds of years.  It marks the beginning of the Māori New Year. [more]
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Matariki

Matariki

24 page paperback.  "Tonight we have to go to bed early," said Mum.  "Tomorrow morning we have a surprise. [more]
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The Tree Hut Treaty

The Tree Hut Treaty

This book has been produced as part of the Treaty of Waitangi Information Programme.  The book aims to provide a simple introduction to the concept of a treaty.   A delightful story in both English and Māori version, with beautiful illustrations. [more]
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The Tree Hut Treaty

The Tree Hut Treaty

This book has been produced as part of the Treaty of Waitangi Information Programme.  The book aims to provide a simple introduction to the concept of a treaty.   A delightful story in both English and Māori version, with beautiful illustrations. [more]
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The Girls in the Kapahaka

The Girls in the Kapahaka

Delightful rhyming story of a kapahaka performance, told in the mode of "This is the house that Jack built', starting with ‘These are the girls who sang in the kapahaka', and finishing with everyone involved in the production, backwards from the cheering whān. [more]
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Maori Activities Kit

Maori Activities Kit

Māori puzzles, games and activities to promote the use of Te Reo with children. [more]
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He waiata tamariki Volume 1

He waiata tamariki Volume 1

The purpose of this CD is to give people who do not play an instrument an opportunity to provide music where young children can be active through actions and singing because the music is at an appropriate speed. [more]
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Fun with Flax

Fun with Flax

This book shows how to make items ranging from a simple windmill, a dart and a whistle to more complex puzzles, balls, birds, fish and even a caterpillar.  Each project is described one step at a time with easy-to-follow line drawings and instructions. [more]
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Koro Tom Goes Fishing

Koro Tom Goes Fishing

Koro Tom goes fishing at his favourite spot. He and his friends work hard to catch 'the big one". Koro Tom lives on a farm with his mokopuna who he teaches life skills (nga taonga tuku iho) in everydayliving. [more]
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Koro’s Sunflowers

Koro’s Sunflowers

Here's a gorgeous narrative poem that children will just love! The sunflowers look beautiful as they border Koro's garden. But Koro never plants anything without a reason. Koro has noticed there aren't as many bees around as thereused to be. [more]
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Nanny’s Taonga

Nanny’s Taonga

It's Nanny's 70th Birthday! Wini, Nanny's four year old mokopuna decides to give Nanny a very special taonga(gift). A heart warming story that embraces the love and tender moments shared between a grandmother and her mokopuna (grandchild). [more]
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Nga Kararehe o te Ngahere - Creatures of the Bush

Nga Kararehe o te Ngahere - Creatures of the Bush

The Māori First Word series is an early learning book series designed to connect the natural environment and natural resources of Aotearoa with the language of the tangata whenua. Māori/English words. [more]
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Kei te Rongo te Tinana – Feelings

Kei te Rongo te Tinana – Feelings

The Māori First Word series is an early learning book series designed to connect the natural environment and natural resources of Aotearoa with the language of the tangata whenua. Māori/English words. [more]
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He Kararehe – Animals

He Kararehe – Animals

The Māori First Word series is an early learning book series designed to connect the natural environment and natural resources of Aotearoa with the language of the tangata whenua. Māori/English words. [more]
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Matariki The Maori New Year

Matariki The Maori New Year

The rising of the star group Matariki marks the beginning of the Māori calendar, and is becoming widely celebrated today as a mid-winter festival. [more]
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Counting the Stars – Four Maori Myths

Counting the Stars – Four Maori Myths

A collection of four Māori myths cleverly retold and beautifully illustrated. [more]
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