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Waiata

“Ko Taku Upoko” (about the parts of the body in Hei Waiata, Hei Whakakoakoa – Waiata to Support Teaching and Learning of te Reo Māori in English-medium Schools: Years 1–8) www.tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-resources/Hei-Waiata

“Pakeke Mai ō Matimati” (about the parts of the body and how they move, in Hei Waiata, Hei Whakakoakoa – Waiata to Support Teaching and Learning of te Reo Māori in English-medium Schools: Years 1–8) www.tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-resources/Hei-Waiata

“Taku Papawīra” (about skateboard safety, in Kiwi Kidsongs 12)

“Anei Rā ngā Mahi E” (an easy action song in Te Reo Kori)

“Mahunga, Pakihiwi, Puku, Hope, Waewae” (about the parts of the body, in Te Reo Kori)

“Tō Ringa ki Roto” (about the parts of the body, in Te Reo Kori)

Stories

Black-Taute, Hera (2008). Kohokoho. Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura book is about being home from school sick and going to the doctor.]

Broughton, Rongopai (2004). Waiho mā te Tūrehu hei Utu. [This He Purapura book is about losing a tooth.]

Cormack, Shirley (2005). The Gift of Rongoā. Wellington: Learning Media. [This book is an Applications series resource about Tūhoe medicinal plants.]

Drewery, Melanie (2005). Koro’s Medicine. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [This is the English version of Ngā Rongoā a Koro.]

Drewery, Melanie (2005). Ngā Rongoā a Koro. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [This is a picture book and a Māori herbal guide in one.]

Fitzgerald, Tangihōro (1998). Te Tino Toa. Wellington: Learning Media. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book is about champions at running, swimming, long jumping, gymnastics, skating, and softball.]

Fitzgerald, Tangihōro (2006). Te Tūmanako a Mere. Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura book includes rowing, swimming, netball, athletics, and softball.]

Gabolinscy, Marie (2008). Whakaitingia! Hangaruatia! Whakamahia Anōtia! Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura book is about keeping the school environment clean and recycling.]

Gibbison, Sue (2006). “Making Manu Taratahi” in School Journal Part 4 Number 2. [This is about making kites at Kerikeri High School.]

Hunia, Fran and Leon (2010). Me Motuhake ō Niho. Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura book is about healthy food.]

Hunia, Fran and Leon (2010). Te Kutu. Wellington: Learning Media. [This Pīpī book is about kutu.]

Hunia, Maraea (2010). Ko Hepa rāua ko Tahi. Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura story includes brushing your teeth and going to the dentist.]

Macpherson, Ethel (2007). Ngā Hua o te Mahana Haere o te Ao. Wellington: Learning Media. [This He Purapura book compares a healthy environment with an unhealthy environment.]

Nohotima, Peti (2002). Ko Ia Tērā. [This He Purapura story touches on feelings of exasperation and annoyance, as well as covering the language of movement, such as leaping and kicking.]

Rewi, Tangiwai (2002). Kanohi Māheniheni. Ngaruawahia: Kia Ata Mai Publications. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book is about washing your face and brushing your teeth.]

Smits, Josh (2006). Te Wā Kaukau o Are me Raki. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [This is a wordless Ngā Kete Kōrero book about having a bath.]

Te Awa, Manu (2009). Kanohi Kitea. Wellington: Learning Media. [This Pīpī book is about the parts of the body.]

Te Rōpū a Huia (2000). Poiuka. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book features softball.]

Te Upokowhakamutunga, Hone (1999). He Pai te Purei Whutupōro. Wellington: Learning Media. [This Ngā Kete Kōrero book is about some boys playing rugby.]

References

Amery, H. (2007). First Hundred Words in Māori. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [See pages 4–5 for getting dressed, pages 20-–21 for going swimming, and pages 22–23 and 26–27 for washing and having a bath.]

Amery, H. (2006). First Thousand Words in Māori. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [See pages 8–9 for a garden, pages 16–17 for a park, pages 26–27 for going to the beach, page 30 for a hospital, page 31 for the doctor, page 39 for clothes, and pages 50–51 for games and sports.]

Barlow, Cleve (2001). Tikanga Whakaaro: Key Concepts in Māori Culture. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Durie, Mason Durie (1994). Whaiora:Māori Health Development. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Litchfield, Jo (2009). Everyday Words in Māori. Wellington: Huia Publishers. [See page 19 for a bathroom.]

Mataira, K. (1997). A Modern Māori Picture Dictionary He Papakupu Whakaahua mō te Reo Māori o Nāianei. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. [See the pages on the body, clothes, medicine, sport, and traditional Māori games – page numbers may vary with the edition.]

Mead, Hirini Moko and Grove, Neil (2003). Ngā Pēpeha a ngā Tīpuna. Wellington: Victoria University Press.

Ministry of Education (2008). Hei Waiata, Hei Whakakoakoa – Waiata to Support Teaching and Learning of te Reo Māori in English-medium Schools: Years 1–8. Wellington: Learning Media. [Book and CD] www.tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-resources/Hei-Waiata

Ministry of Education (2003). Kiwi Kidsongs 12. Wellington: Learning Media. [Book and CD]

Naden, Ngarangi (1991). Te Reo Kori. Auckland: Kohia Resource Centre. [Book and CDs]

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