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Anzac Day Hidden Hundreds Chart - Australia and New Zealand

Anzac Day Hidden Hundreds Chart - Australia and New Zealand

These ANZAC themed hidden pictures will engage and excite your students and is a fantastic way to remember the ANZAC’s on their special day or all year round…Everything you need is included. Just print and go. No preparation required. These engaging hundreds charts mystery pictures require students to read numbers to 100, locate them on the hundreds chart, and to colour them. In doing these activities they will practice their number recognition and number fluency. This pack includes 6 ANZAC Themed Hundreds Chart Hidden Pictures. This pack is a great way of reaching those hard to reach boys while extending others.
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Maori Classroom Object Labels Te Reo

Maori Classroom Object Labels Te Reo

Included in this pack are colourfully designed Te Reo labels for your classroom resources..There are three labels per A4 page. Each label has the word in both English and Maori. All you need to do is simply print, cut and laminate for durability. They are the perfect reminders for both teacher and student This is an excellent resource to use all year long and in particular for Maori Language Week. I use them all year long. If you need any other labels to be added, message me and I will be happy to add them.
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Maori Language Labels Days Months and Numbers

Maori Language Labels Days Months and Numbers

Included in this pack are two gorgeously designed labels with both English and Maori Language. Words included are the days of the week (including Saturday and Sunday) the months of the year and numbers up to 10. Further I have included the number symbols which make it ideal for your daily calendar in your class. Both designs are bright and colourful. This is an excellent resource to use all year long and in particular for Maori Language Week. I use them all year long and interchange between Maori and Language.
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Matariki – Haiku Poetry Writing – Make a feather korowai

Matariki – Haiku Poetry Writing – Make a feather korowai

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this writing/art activity. Write a haiku poem on the feather template. Add colour and cut it out. Join the class feathers together to make a korowai (Māori cloak). Included: ♦ Haiku framework chart ♦ Example poem ♦ Feather template – with lines for writing ♦ Feather template – without lines Please note that information/instructions are not included for the making of the korowai. To see examples, please do an image search online (Matariki feather cloaks). The Haiku Poem: The haiku poem is a simple, 3-line poem that involves counting syllables. The framework is: 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables. Early finishers can use the feather template without the lines to create additional decorative feathers that can then be interspersed between the haiku feathers. Made on A4 size paper. Two feathers per sheet. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Star Domains - Matching Cards and Activity Sheet

Matariki Star Domains - Matching Cards and Activity Sheet

This resource is designed to help students learn the names of the stars in the Matariki cluster and their associations (domains). Included: ♦ Matching cards - black and white ♦ Matching cards - coloured border ♦ Activity sheet - cut, match and paste ♦ Answer sheet The matching cards can be used to play 'Memory'. Place all of the cards face down and take turns at flipping two cards over. If they match, you keep the cards. If they don't match, you flip them back over. The winner is the person with the most cards at the end. Please note that the domains may vary between iwi. Designed on A4 paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Star Domains - Reference Cards

Matariki Star Domains - Reference Cards

A set of 9 reference cards about the stars in the Matariki cluster. Each card shows the name of the star and the area of the environment that it holds dominion over. Please note that the domains may vary between iwi. 2 reference cards per A4 sheet of paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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favourite scots poems

favourite scots poems

this is some of the best scots poems ever, use this to introduce poems to you class, introduce some new ones to your class or use it for personal use
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Matariki - Acrostic Poetry

Matariki - Acrostic Poetry

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun writing activity. Write an acrostic poem on the bunting, colour the strip of pattern, cut it out and hang. (Simply trim the flap off if you don’t want to display it as bunting). Each of the 5 words are written on 10 different templates. There are 50 pages altogether, just print the ones you want to use. The Words: MATARIKI PUANGA PLEIADES NEW YEAR STARS The Templates: ♦ 9 different pattern strips ♦ Blank – design your own pattern Made on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Cinquain Poetry

Matariki – Cinquain Poetry

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun poetry writing activity. Lift the flap to see the poem underneath the decorative star. 1. Write (draft) the poem on the student template. This is located on the same sheet as the star (to reduce photocopying!). 2. Colour the star. 3. Publish the poem on the big circle template. 4. Cut both circles out. 5. Staple the circles together at the top. These look wonderful displayed on the classroom wall. There are 5 different star templates, allowing plenty of choice and variety. The Cinquain Poem looks at nouns, verbs, adjectives and synonyms so it is the perfect writing activity to compliment your word work programme. There are two different frameworks included in this resource (see below). Included: ♦ Framework chart - A and B ♦ Example poems. ♦ Publishing templates - front and back - 5 different star options ♦ Publishing template with a blank star (students design their own) ♦ Additional student handouts (for students to draft their writing on). 2 per A4 page. You probably won't need these, but handy to have just in case. A full set of resources are included for both frameworks. Made on A4 size paper. Two sheets of paper are required for each published poem (front circle with star and back circle with poem). Approximate size when cut out is 18cm in diameter. Framework A: 1 Noun (topic) 2 Adjectives 3 Verbs (-ing words) 4 Nouns 1 Synonym Framework B: The same as Framework A except line four changes to a ‘4 word phrase’. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Diamante Poetry

Matariki – Diamante Poetry

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun poetry writing activity. The Diamante Poem looks at nouns, verbs, adjectives and synonyms so it is the perfect writing activity to compliment your word work programme. There are two different frameworks included in this resource. Included: ♦ 2x Framework charts ♦ 2x Student handouts (for drafting their writing on). 2 per A4 page. ♦ 1x Example poem (Matariki) ♦ 5x Publishing templates ♦ Publishing template with blank star (students design their own) The published poems look great cut out and displayed on the classroom wall. Made on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Art

Matariki Art

Celebrate the Māori New Year by creating some gorgeous artwork that looks great displayed on your classroom wall. The names of the 9 stars of Matariki are repeated within the circle frame. Use coloured pencils or watercolour paints to draw and decorate a star. Various templates are provided to suit your learners, along with 4 coloured examples. Included: ♦ 4 x examples - 4 different patterned stars. ♦ 4 x blank templates, each with different fonts – draw and decorate your own star. ♦ 4 x templates with patterned stars (different star on each one) – just add colour. ♦ 4x templates with blank stars (same outline star, different font on each one) – add patterns and colour. Designed on A4 size paper. Approximate size of outer circle: 18cm x 18cm. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Bookmarks

Matariki Bookmarks

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this set of 10 bookmark templates. Instructions: colour, cut, fold and glue. (Laminate if desired). There are 10 designs in total, plus a blank template for your students to design their own Matariki bookmark. One side has a picture and the other side has the word ‘Matariki’. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Did You Know … Writing Templates

Matariki – Did You Know … Writing Templates

A selection of templates for your students to record their learning about Matariki. Write a ‘Did you know …’ fact in the speech bubble then colour the picture and decorate the heading and border. 2 Formats: ♦ Blank speech bubble ♦ Speech bubbles with lines for writing 10 Templates: ♦ 5 boy/man ♦ 5 girl/woman Made on A4 size paper (landscape orientation). ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki - Free Goal Setting Bunting

Matariki - Free Goal Setting Bunting

Matariki (the Māori New Year) is a time for reflecting on the past and setting goals for the coming year. Students write or draw their goal on the bunting, then decorate, cut and hang. If you don't want to hang them, simply trim the flap off the top. Provided with and without lines. 2 per A4 sheet of paper. Enjoy this freebie! ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Stamps

Matariki – Stamps

20 Matariki themed postage stamps to adorn your classroom walls while celebrating the Māori New Year. Blank templates to design your own stamp. For example: ♦ what image comes into your mind when you think about Matariki? ♦ what are you doing with your family/friends to celebrate Matariki? (or would like to do). ♦ an image from a story you have read while learning about Matariki. ♦ a decorative star. Please note that the stamps do not contain the word NEW ZEALAND or AOTEAROA, like a regular postage stamp would. This was simply a design decision I made as I felt the stamps looked too cluttered with it. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Wall Balls

Matariki – Wall Balls

Celebrate the Māori New Year with these wall balls. Designed for your students to colour, cut and display on your classroom walls, but you can do whatever you wish with them. Included: ♦ 10 different star designs. ♦ 1 blank star (students design their own star). ♦ Large circle (with and without lines). This has been provided in case you would like to make a booklet or something where you want a page at the back. Ideas: ♦ display on the wall. ♦ attach it to some writing (eg write a poem in the circle at the back). ♦ attach to some card and hang from the ceiling. Perhaps add something else to the other side (art work, writing, etc). Once cut, they measure approximately 18cm in diameter. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Reflection and Goal Setting Foldable

Matariki – Reflection and Goal Setting Foldable

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun foldable. Matariki is a time to reflect on the year that has passed, and to set new goals for the year ahead. Colour the star and the background. Write in the middle piece. Cut around the outside and make 4 folds. There are 6 different options for the reflection / goal setting piece in the middle. The wording is listed below: Option 1: When I think about the last year, I feel proud because … A goal I have for the coming year is ... Option 2: A goal I have for the coming year is ... Something I can do to help me achieve this is ... Option 3: Three goals I have for the coming year are ... Option 4: This is a picture of my goal. Option 5: Words that describe the year that has just passed: Option 6: The best thing about the year that has just passed was: Approximately 12 cm in diameter when folded. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Bunting

Matariki Bunting

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this cool bunting. A colourful, festive addition to your classroom during Matariki. Colour, cut and hang! (Cut the top piece off if you don’t want to hang them). Included: ♦ 10 different star designs ♦ 1 blank star (design your own) Designed on A4 size paper. Each template is the size of a piece of A4 paper. You can easily reduce them to A5 size if necessary. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki - Paper Lantern Craft

Matariki - Paper Lantern Craft

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun craft activity. There are 6 different templates for you and your students to select from. Each template has the heading ‘Ngā mihi o te Tau Hou’ (Happy New Year) and a decorative panel at the base. Students add their own creative touch to the middle section. There is also one template that just has the heading (no decorative panel at the base). Use the handle template, or just cut strips of paper to cut down on photocopying. Designed on A4 size paper. Information and easy-to-follow instructions are included. These templates can also be used during the Christmas season. Happy New Year! ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Art – 4 Star Collaborative Quilts

Matariki Art – 4 Star Collaborative Quilts

A fun art activity for your students when celebrating the Māori New Year. Colour, cut and join together. There are 6 different star quilts. One of the images above shows all 6 designs. Four students work together to create an art piece. Each student has one of the four different templates for one of the designs. For example, templates A1, A2, A3 and A4 are used to create Design A. The templates are all clearly labelled. Students can choose who they work with, or you can hand the templates out randomly and they find the 3 other people who have the sheets that they need to complete the square. Colouring Ideas: ♦ Symmetrical colouring ♦ Warm / cool colours ♦ Winter colours ♦ Everyone in the group must have the same colour pattern (or not) ♦ Free choice colouring - the individual or group can decide Key Competencies: ♦ Relating to others – listens actively, recognises different points of view, negotiates, shares ideas, etc. ♦ Managing self – makes plans, manages projects, time management, etc. ♦ Participating and contributing – contributes appropriately as a group member, makes connections with others, creates opportunities for others in the group, etc. ♦ Thinking – asks questions, reflects on choices made, etc. Designed on A4 paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Māori Kites - ing Poetry

Matariki – Māori Kites - ing Poetry

A simple poetry writing activity to use when learning about and celebrating the Māori New Year. The topic of this poetry is Manu Tukutuku (kites). The framework of the poem is very simple and is particularly suitable for junior students. The Publishing Template: Your students write their poem in the square that has the lines and they colour the picture of the kite in the adjacent square. The template is then cut out and displayed like a quilt. The Poem Framework: Verb (-ing word) Verb (-ing word) Verb (-ing word) Verb (-ing word) Noun (topic) Example Poem: Diving Gliding Swooping Fluttering Manu tukutuku Included: ♦ Chart – the poem framework ♦ Example poem ♦ Drafting template ♦ Publishing templates (4 different pictures) ♦ Teacher notes There are 2 publishing templates with the picture on the left and two with the picture on the right. Use the same amount of left/right pieces in order to arrange like a quilt. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – The Seven Kites of Matariki – Activity Sheets for the book

Matariki – The Seven Kites of Matariki – Activity Sheets for the book

A set of activity sheets for the following book: Title: The Seven Kites of Matariki Author: Calico McClintock Illustrator: Dominique Ford 21 activity sheets that suit a range of abilities. Included: ♦ Word search – junior and senior ♦ Cloze – junior and senior (write the missing words) ♦ Order the events in the story (cut and paste activity) ♦ Letter boxes ♦ Acrostic poem templates (Ururangi / Matariki) ♦ Story board – with and without words ♦ Maths – tally chart and block graph (favourite kite in the story) ♦ Design a kite (template) ♦ Alphabetical order (shells) ♦ Research and drawing task (shells) ♦ Character traits of Ururangi ♦ Drawing task – as if looking through binoculars ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle and end ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Book cover design ♦ Writing - Newspaper article ♦ Writing – If I was a kite I would … Answer sheets are provided for: ♦ word search (x2) ♦ ordering the events ♦ cloze (x2) Made on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – The Seven Stars of Matariki – Activity sheets for the book

Matariki – The Seven Stars of Matariki – Activity sheets for the book

An easy-to-use, print-and-go resource when learning about and celebrating the Māori New Year. This resource is a set of activity sheets to be used after reading the following book to your class: Title: The Seven Stars of Matariki Author: Toni Rolleston-Cummins Illustrator: Nikki Slade-Robinson The activity sheets suit a range of levels and abilities. Included: ♦ Word Search – junior and senior ♦ Order the events ♦ Cloze ♦ Label the birds x2 ♦ Vocabulary match (English/Māori) – cut and paste ♦ Letter boxes – junior and senior (word shapes activity) ♦ Writing - If I could change into a tīwaiwaka (fantail), I would ... ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end ♦ Storyboard – blank template ♦ Survey and graph – Favourite NZ bird ♦ Newspaper article – writing task ♦ Character traits ♦ Acrostic poems x2 ♦ Binocular - picture drawing and writing ♦ Book cover design ♦ Postage stamp design Answer Sheets: Answer sheets are provided for: word searches, ordering events, cloze, and vocabulary matching. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Daniel’s Matariki Feast – Activity sheets for the book

Matariki – Daniel’s Matariki Feast – Activity sheets for the book

A set of six activity sheets for using with junior students after reading the following book: TITLE: Daniel’s Matariki Feast AUTHOR: Rebecca Beyer and Linley Wellington ILLUSTRATOR: Christine Ross Included: ♦ Draw what you’d like to have for a Matariki feast. ♦ Draw what you’d like to grow in the vegetable garden. ♦ Colour, trace and write the word ‘Matariki’. Fill in the letter boxes and connect the letters with a line. Draw a picture that shows how you’d like to celebrate Matariki. ♦ Printing practice – trace the words: ‘Matariki is a good time to start something new. I would like to …’ then draw a picture to show your answer. ♦ Design a new cover for the book. ♦ Word graph. Circle and count the words, record on the block graph and write the number underneath. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Waitangi Day Wharenui Meeting House for Class Treaty Rules New Zealand Te Reo

Waitangi Day Wharenui Meeting House for Class Treaty Rules New Zealand Te Reo

Setting up your class rules or treaty at the start of the year is important for any class. These meeting houses make a perfect template to create a display for your class. I typically have a discussion with the students to talk about what rules they would like. The students then write them onto to the templates to make a colourful display on the wall. I have include 4 different versions for you to chose from to so that you have one that best fits your students and class. - Already coloured in traditional Maori colours. - Needs to be coloured in with koru's already on Wharenui - Basic shape of Wharenui (Koru's need to be added) - Blank template with no lines.Students do it all This resource is perfect for a Waitangi Day activity, Maori Language Week, or for your day to day Te Reo teaching in a Bi-Lingual, Full Immersion or normal primary class. Please remember to follow me Enjoy
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Waitangi Day Whakatauki Maori Proverb Puzzles New Zealand Te Reo

Waitangi Day Whakatauki Maori Proverb Puzzles New Zealand Te Reo

These Whakatauki puzzles involve students converting Maori proverbs from English to Te Reo using a cryptogram. This resource is perfect for a Waitangi Day activity, Maori Language Week, or for your day to day Te Reo teaching in a Bi-Lingual, Full Immersion or normal primary class. Included in this pack are the following Whakatauki-Maori Proverbs: - Pursue excellence – should you stumble, let it be to a lofty mountain. - My language is my awakening, my language is the window to my soul. - Goodwill towards others is a precious treasure. - With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive. - What is the most important thing in the world? It is people! It is people! It is people! - What is the food of the leader. It is knowledge. It is communication. Please remember to follow me Enjoy
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Māori Myths and Legends – How Māui Slowed the Sun

Māori Myths and Legends – How Māui Slowed the Sun

These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the story ‘How Māui Slowed the Sun’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go! A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends. Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. There are a few activities that were made using the story written by Peter Gossage. These activities are marked with an asterisk (*). Activities: ♦ Cloze – fill in the missing words * ♦ Word search * ♦ Order events in the story * ♦ Similes – write and draw 4 similes * ♦ Drama – Freeze frame cards * ♦ Music – Sound effect cards * ♦ Storyboard – with words * ♦ Storyboard – without words ♦ Write a poem (noun, adjectives, verbs, thought, synonym) ♦ Acrostic poem ♦ Jawbone – decorate and write ♦ List – write a list of possible jobs people had to do during the short days ♦ 5 senses – what a character may see, hear, smell, etc ♦ Thought bubbles - what a character may be thinking ♦ Story outline – problem, response, action, outcome ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end (paper foldable) ♦ Art – draw a face on the sun ♦ Newspaper article – write and draw ♦ Graph – tally chart and block graph ♦ Bookmark ♦ Character traits ♦ Wall ball – write and draw ♦ Diorama – write and draw (paper foldable) ♦ Art – decorate the sun in the same style as the illustrator ♦ Pattern art ♦ Book cover – design a new one ♦ Book dust jacket ♦ Story review ♦ Flap booklet - write and/or draw. With and without headings. ♦ Holiday suitcases – needs and wants ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Award design ♦ T-shirt design ♦ Flip-flap booklet – 4 flaps (paper foldable) ♦ Postcard ♦ Comic strip ♦ Reporter questions ♦ Email writing ♦ Letter writing ♦ Selfie photo drawing ♦ Text writing ♦ Gift giving – think and write ♦ Is / Can / Has - brainstorm ♦ Binoculars – draw and write ♦ I-pad – draw picture ♦ Party plan ♦ Bedroom plan ♦ 30 second talks – oral language activity ♦ Bingo board templates ♦ Graphic organiser – staying safe in the sun ♦ Poster design – how to be sun smart ♦ Reading challenge Answer sheets are provided for the word search, cloze, and ordering events activities. Designed on A4 size paper. The word search is also included in my Maori Myths and Legends Word Search resource. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Māori Myths and Legends – Rona and the Moon

Māori Myths and Legends – Rona and the Moon

These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the story ‘Rona and the Moon’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go! A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends. Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. There are a few activities that were made using the story written by Peter Gossage. These activities are marked with an asterisk (*). Activities: ♦ Cloze – fill in the missing words * ♦ Word search * ♦ Order events in the story * ♦ Order steps and draw pictures to make Rona’s hangi * ♦ Graphic organiser – research facts about fishing with a hīnaki * ♦ 30 second talks – oral language activity * ♦ Drama – Freeze frame cards * ♦ Music – Sound effect cards * ♦ Storyboard – with words * ♦ Storyboard – without words ♦ Write a poem (noun, verbs, adjectives, synonym) ♦ Acrostic poem ♦ 5 senses – what a character may see, hear, smell, etc ♦ Thought bubbles - what a character may be thinking ♦ Story outline – problem, response, action, outcome ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end (paper foldable) ♦ Art – draw Rona and the tree on the moon ♦ Newspaper article – write and draw ♦ Graph – tally chart and block graph ♦ Bookmark ♦ Character traits ♦ Wall ball – write and draw ♦ Diorama – write and draw (paper foldable) ♦ Art – decorate the moon in the same style as the illustrator ♦ Pattern art ♦ Book cover – design a new one ♦ Book dust jacket ♦ Story review ♦ Flap booklet - write and/or draw. With and without headings. ♦ Holiday suitcases – needs and wants ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Award design ♦ T-shirt design ♦ Flip-flap booklet – write facts/fibs about the moon (paper foldable) ♦ Postcard ♦ Comic strip ♦ Reporter questions ♦ Email writing ♦ Letter writing ♦ Selfie photo drawing ♦ Text writing ♦ Gift giving – think and write ♦ Missing poster ♦ Is / Can / Has - brainstorm ♦ Binoculars – draw and write ♦ I-pad – draw picture ♦ Party plan ♦ Bedroom plan ♦ Bingo board templates ♦ Graphic organiser – what to do if you get upset ♦ Poster design – how to deal with anger instead of speaking unkindly ♦ Reading challenge Answer sheets are provided for the following activities: word search, ordering the steps of Rona’s hangi, cloze, and ordering events in the story. Designed on A4 size paper. The word search is also included in my Maori Myths and Legends Word Search resource. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Aboriginal Seasons

Aboriginal Seasons

This download contains information slides on Aboriginal Seasons and sheet for students to complete. This links well with the Australian Curriculum HASS learning aspects. Each Aboriginal group had their own seasons. Included in this package are: ♦Noongar (11 pages) ♦Yolngu (9 pages) ♦Miriwoong (6 pages) ♦Anangu Pitjantjarjara (8 pages) No instructions on how to use this resource are included. Suggested uses would be to use the slides as a presentation and then have the summarise each season on their sheet after viewing each slide. →This product is not editable ← ***WAIT*** This resource is included in Year 1 HASS Weather and Seasons ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Other products you might be interested in: ⇨ Australian Emblem Posters ⇨Aboriginal Barrier Games ⇨Aboriginal Culture Unit ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Follow me for latest products, giveaways, freebies tips, tricks and more! Facebook Blog Pinterest ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Please note I am an Australian seller and unless otherwise stated the product uses Australian English. This should not affect the use of this product in other countries. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ♥ ♥() ♥ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Terms of Use: You may use this product for classroom and personal use. You may not share this product digitally or as a hard copy or upload it to the internet. © Mrs Amy 123
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Māori Myths and Legends - Word Searches

Māori Myths and Legends - Word Searches

A fabulous resource to have in New Zealand classrooms when studying Māori Myths and Legends. Great for a follow-up activity after reading the story, or to have as an early-finisher task. 12 word searches. Eleven of the word searches have a Māori themed border or panel that can be coloured after finding all of the words. One word search has a flame/fire themed border (How Maui Found the Secret of Fire). These word searches are designed to go with the fabulous stories written by Peter Gossage. These books are commonly found in NZ schools and are also easily available for purchase in book stores. If you are not sure what these books look like, I suggest you do a quick image search on the internet (I'm not able to include an image here due to copyright restrictions). The words used in the word searches are taken from the stories in these books. The 12 Word Searches: ♦ How Maui Slowed the Sun ♦ The Fish of Maui ♦ How Maui Found his Father and the Magic Jawbone ♦ How Maui Found his Mother ♦ In the Beginning ♦ How Maui Defied the Goddess of Death ♦ How Maui Found the Secret of Fire ♦ Battle of the Mountains ♦ Pania of the Reef ♦ Rona and the Moon ♦ The Giant of Lake Wakatipu ♦ Hinemoa and Tūtānekai Each word search is on A4 size paper and can easily be reduced to A5 if necessary. There are 16 words to be found on each word search. ANSWER SHEETS are included. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Te Reo Māori – Handwriting Copy Cards – Whakataukī (Proverbs)

Te Reo Māori – Handwriting Copy Cards – Whakataukī (Proverbs)

Handwriting/Printing copy cards for New Zealand classrooms using the Māori alphabet and proverbs. a e i o u h k m n p r t w wh ng 30 cards in total – 2 cards for each letter. A5 size (2 cards per A4 size paper). Laminate the cards. Students look at the card and copy one line of each letter into their exercise book, followed by the sentence (the proverb). 3 different sets of cards provided: ♦ with the English translation (no numbers) ♦ with full-height numbers 0-9 (no English translation) ♦ with half-height numbers 0-9 (no English translation) The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter/number shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. *** Lots of other New Zealand Handwriting and Te Reo Maori resources available in my store. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Taniwha - mask, art, wall display

Taniwha - mask, art, wall display

This resource contains black/white and coloured taniwha heads that can be used in a number of ways. For example: masks for drama, art projects and wall displays. A handy resource when studying Māori myths and legends. Included: ♦ black/white taniwha for students to colour and personalise. A variety of templates are included (same design but certain features are included/excluded). ♦ coloured taniwha heads x10 ♦ coloured taniwha heads and upper body x10 Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki - Reading comprehension activity and paper lantern craft

Matariki - Reading comprehension activity and paper lantern craft

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this literacy and craft resource. Read the article in the NZ School Journal, complete the follow-up comprehension activity and then make a paper lantern. The School Journal article is not provided in this resource. You will need access to: New Zealand School Journal – Part 1 – Number 3 – 2005 The article is about 2 children who find old kamokamo shells under their Gran’s hedge. They plant the seeds and wait for the new kamokamo to grown. They make lanterns out of the dried shells during Matariki. Reading Comprehension Activity: After reading the article in the school journal, students make a kamokamo flip book to show the order that events happened in the article. There are a total of 14 events plus a title page and a back page to colour. The kamokamo are on two A4 pages. There are 2 sets of activity sheets – one set has clues in the stalk of the picture to indicate ‘beginning, middle or end’ (B, M, E). This set is suitable for your students that require some extra support to complete the task. Answers are provided. Paper Lantern Activity: There are various templates that you can choose from to print and use. Please click on the ‘Look Inside’ button above to see examples of all templates. Some are for colouring only, and others require your students to add further decoration/patterns. A ‘handle’ template is also included however you may just wish to use scrap paper for this. Instructions are provided. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Colour the Stars

Matariki – Colour the Stars

Celebrate the Maori New Year with this art activity – colour the koru stars. Two different templates. A fun colouring activity for New Zealand students during Matariki. Designed on A4 size paper. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Noongar language flash cards

Noongar language flash cards

These flashcards were created using the Noongar online dictionary. They can be used for display in the class or for small group activities.
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Celebrating Diversity

Celebrating Diversity

A collection of colourful templates for you to use to document you celebrations with your service. Insert your own images and text, print to add to your learning story folders or to display for families.
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NAIDOC Aboriginal Editable Pack

NAIDOC Aboriginal Editable Pack

A collection of NAIOC Week editable templates to use in your child's portfolio/learning stories. Insert your own photos and write and edit your text. Print off and add to your portfolios.
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After School Activity Pack

After School Activity Pack

For Children aged 4-13 years-Over 200 pages of printable activities for children to make and do, simply print and hand to children ready to begin creating. A must have for your After School Program. The OSHC pack offers hours of fun and endless printable activities for children after school and during the school holidays. A fantastic resource for busy parents and After School and Holiday programs. For use year after year. A fantastic Resource for your After School services. Teacher/Parent Resources Sun Safety Good Hats How To Be A Good Friend School Holiday Journals Print and Make My Family Tree School Holiday Certificates Aussie Animals Weaving Templates Sad Suzie Borders Cellophane Snakes Sameness and Differences Name tags Circus Crepe Paper o Simple Science o Birthday Balloons o Hide and Seek o Dream Catchers o Bookmarks o Dinosaur Tracing o Lunch Recycle Charts o Stamp Ink o Printable Puzzles o Rain Detector o Glue 30.Masks o Recycle Colour o Getting to know your child o Multi-cultural Pasta Flags o Recycle Writing Prompt o Weekly Weather Calendar o Printable Board Game o Recycled Bins o Sun Safety Worksheets o Sun Safety Good Hats o Cool Door Hangers o Volcano o Shade Maze o Creative Place mats o Spaghetti Building o Sun Safe Activity o Friendships, Feelings and Self Awareness o Water Themes o Sun Safe Clothing o All About Me o Water Magnifying Glass o Sun Safe Activity o Conflict Resolution o Water Tension o Sun Safe Writing Prompt o Exploring Feelings Mini Book o Waves in a Bottle o Sun Safe Word Search o Feelings Words o Sugar Crystals o Sunglasses o Friendship Hands o Health and Hygiene o Sun Safe Criss Cross o Friends Autograph Book o Germ Maze o Sun Safety Clock o Get to know me o Hand Wash Colour o Hand Wash Find A Word o Paper
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Finger family手指家庭

Finger family手指家庭

This is a good teaching resource for teaching family members in Chinese at primary school level. Based on the popular English song 'Finger Family', I have edited the video and put in Chinese lyrics. From this clip, students can familarize themsevles with the key family members such as 爸爸(Dad)妈妈(Mum),哥哥(Elder brother),姐姐(Elder sister), 宝宝(baby)as well as 手指(fingers). Before teaching the song, the teacher can integrate art work- Finger Puppet making into their lesson. After students finish making the finger puppet, they can present a wonderful performance- 手指家庭 tothe school and their parents.
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