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New Zealand Resources: Mihi

New Zealand Resources: Mihi

This New Zealand Te Reo resource is perfect to help reinforce the students learning of their own personal mihi. Students will need to translate the key Maori words in each line to English. Also included are various formats of lined borders for students to publish their mihi on. This pack includes: Mihi Worksheet - Write and glue Mihi Worksheet - Write only 3x Lined borders to publish the students mihi on. Thanks
Kiwilander
Maori Language Days Months and Seasons PowerPoint 5 in a Row Game New Zealand Te Reo

Maori Language Days Months and Seasons PowerPoint 5 in a Row Game New Zealand Te Reo

Students build Maori Language Fluency, identifying Maori days months and seasons, with this no fuss 5 in a Row PowerPoint game. Students convert the Maori word to English on their playing board.This game is self running either individually, as a group, or as a whole class. Either way, students find it entertaining, engaging and fun and is ideal for Maori Language week as well as all year round. I have included 2 versions of the game with this download. One, a beginner game with the answers appearing after 5 seconds and two, an advanced game that the students need to translate the Maori language independently or in small groups. The games can run on computers, whiteboards or projectors. All that is required is that you print, cut and laminate the Playing Boards and press shuffle and then start on the PowerPoint Show. There are 30 different Playing Boards for your students to choose from and with the shuffling ability of the game, every game is different so that your students do not get bored of it. This game is self timed with a 10 second interval between the questions giving the students enough time to mark off or put a counter on their Playing Board. If you like this resource also check out my other quality Maori Language products.
Kiwilander
Maori Language Labels Days Months and Numbers New Zealand Te Reo

Maori Language Labels Days Months and Numbers New Zealand Te Reo

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. If you like this resource also check out my other quality Maori Language products. Enjoy
Kiwilander
Māori High Frequency Words – Colour, Trace and Write

Māori High Frequency Words – Colour, Trace and Write

350 worksheets for your students to practise reading, spelling and writing high frequency Māori words. • write your name. • colour the word. • trace the word (light grey font). • write the word independently. The size of the writing lines are standard for juniors (14mm with a 7mm dashed line). The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. A4 size paper. This resource has been created to support Māori medium education in Aotearoa. A helpful resource for full immersion and bilingual classes. The words used in this resource are sourced from a list on TKI called ‘1000 frequency words of Māori – in frequency order’. Permission has been granted. (http://tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-tools/Te-Whakaipurangi-Rauemi/High-frequency-word-lists) Examples of words used: Examples of words used: ngā, tētahi, mahi, reira, waka, whenua, pikitia, rua, tuatahi, rongo, karanga, āwhina, waho, kau, hua, tamaiti, ngahere, ako, paku, māna, whakahaere. For a full list of the words used in this resource please go to the tki website listed above. They are the first 350 words in frequency order (te to oho) ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
swelch_resources
Māori High Frequency Words – Fishing Activity

Māori High Frequency Words – Fishing Activity

A great hands-on activity to reinforce the reading of 350 Māori high frequency words. Make a fishing pole using a stick, string and magnet. Attach a paper clip (or split pin) to the fish and voilá! It’s time to go fishing. These fish could also be used as a classroom ‘word wall’ display or used for activities in a literacy centre. 6 fish per A4 page 3 fish swimming left / 3 fish swimming right Blank fish are also provided so you can add extra words if necessary. The 350 words have been divided into 7 groups of 50 words. Each group is a different colour (pink, red, yellow, blue, green, orange, turquoise). The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. This resource has been created to support Māori medium education in Aotearoa. A helpful resource for full immersion and bilingual classes. The words used in this resource are sourced from a list on TKI called ‘1000 frequency words of Māori – in frequency order’. Permission has been granted. (http://tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-tools/Te-Whakaipurangi-Rauemi/High-frequency-word-lists) Examples of words used: Examples of words used: ngā, tētahi, mahi, reira, waka, whenua, pikitia, rua, tuatahi, rongo, karanga, ��whina, waho, kau, hua, tamaiti, ngahere, ako, paku, māna, whakahaere. For a full list of the words used in this resource please go to the tki website listed above. They are the first 350 words in frequency order (te to oho) ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
swelch_resources
Māori High Frequency Words – Handwriting copy cards

Māori High Frequency Words – Handwriting copy cards

Handwriting copy cards with 350 high frequency Māori words. • 35 cards with 10 words on each card. • 4 cards on each A4 size page. • Cards are numbered from 1-35 in the top right corner. • Dashed middle line. • The words are listed in order of frequency. The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. This resource has been created to support Māori medium education in Aotearoa. A helpful resource for full immersion and bilingual classes. The words used in this resource are sourced from a list on TKI called ‘1000 frequency words of Māori – in frequency order’. Permission has been granted. (http://tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-tools/Te-Whakaipurangi-Rauemi/High-frequency-word-lists) Examples of words used: Examples of words used: ngā, tētahi, mahi, reira, waka, whenua, pikitia, rua, tuatahi, rongo, karanga, āwhina, waho, kau, hua, tamaiti, ngahere, ako, paku, māna, whakahaere. For a full list of the words used in this resource please go to the tki website listed above. They are the first 350 words in frequency order (te to oho) ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
swelch_resources
Māori High Frequency Words – 350 word cards

Māori High Frequency Words – 350 word cards

A set of 350 cards with high frequency Māori words displayed on them. The words have been separated into groups of 50 and each group has a different border. Click on ‘Preview’ above for a closer look at the different border designs (woven texture theme). 4 cards on each A4 size page. Blank cards are also provided for you to add additional words if desired. The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. This resource has been created to support Māori medium education in Aotearoa. A helpful resource for full immersion and bilingual classes. The words used in this resource are sourced from a list on TKI called ‘1000 frequency words of Māori – in frequency order’. Permission has been granted. (http://tereomaori.tki.org.nz/Teacher-tools/Te-Whakaipurangi-Rauemi/High-frequency-word-lists) Examples of words used: Examples of words used: ngā, tētahi, mahi, reira, waka, whenua, pikitia, rua, tuatahi, rongo, karanga, āwhina, waho, kau, hua, tamaiti, ngahere, ako, paku, māna, whakahaere. For a full list of the words used in this resource please go to the tki website listed above. They are the first 350 words in frequency order (te to oho) ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
swelch_resources
Prepositions of Place

Prepositions of Place

First part of prepositions in on at . You can find some examples with pictures after this there are many sentences with choices.
zainah2000
Grammar: Noun/Verb Agreement - Is or Are, Was or Were Presentations, Worksheets, Notes  EFL/ESL/KS1

Grammar: Noun/Verb Agreement - Is or Are, Was or Were Presentations, Worksheets, Notes EFL/ESL/KS1

This resource is for Keystage 1 and lower Keystage 2; ESL/EFL Students This resource pack covers noun and verb agreement using the verb to be and reviewing prior knowledge of plural endings of nouns. Worksheets can be used as grammar revision or homework. There are 3 PowerPoint Presentations. Presentation 1 - Reviews what are nouns and verbs. Includes whole class activity. Presentation 2 - Covers singular and plural nouns and verb agreement is/are. It includes whole class activities. Presentation 3 - This deals with completing sentences with was or were to agree with singular and plural nouns - It includes whole class activities. Also includes: - Teacher's Notes on how to use the resource and the content of the worksheets - 21 Worksheets (with pictures): completing sentences with is or are; changing singular sentences to plural; changing plural sentences to singular. 21 Worksheets (without pictures) for more able students. completing sentences with is or are; changing singular sentences to plural; changing plural sentences to singular. The worksheets are organised so that each set deals with the different noun plural changes. - 14 Differentiated Worksheets (with/without pictures) as extension activity covering was/were - Students decide which verb to write - was or were to complete the sentences so that it makes grammatical sense. The words to be changed are highlighted in yellow for those children that need support. Learning Objectives: Develop students' understanding of singular and plural and to know that nouns agree with their verb. Images in the public domain: Microsoft clipart, pixabay free images, www.clker.com.
Ro_Milli0110
Reception Grammar Booklets for Parents

Reception Grammar Booklets for Parents

The grammar booklets are designed to support parents and carers in developing their knowledge and understanding of the grammar expectations in the 'Curriculum for Wales: revised Areas of Learning for the FP and revised programmes of study for KS2. Each pack covers the following areas: spelling punctuation sentence structure connectives word class language handwriting Each booklet explains the grammar expectation statements and suggests activities to develop skills in each area at home. There are grammar booklets available for Reception to Year 6.
CullyEducation
Infinitive verb cards

Infinitive verb cards

Can be used for all sorts of games including snap, bingo, charades as well as "Verb of the day/week" displays.
AliceVanora
My experiences with Military Life, Defense Contractor positions and the Contractor Lifestyle

My experiences with Military Life, Defense Contractor positions and the Contractor Lifestyle

Old Sarge here with a few words of wisdom. During the past several weeks there has been a drastic increase in violence towards police. As a retired police officer, I am appalled by what I have witnessed. To date it seems that the media as a whole has turned a blind eye towards the actual good that police perform and instead has focused on their own agenda. What about the police officer that digs in his pocket to help someone in need? Not newsworthy. The police officer that pulls a family from a burning building before the fire department arrives? Nope, they don’t make the headlines. The police officer that volunteers their time to assist community development? These things don’t get any published acknowledgment, so it’s like they don’t exist. And this isn’t even the first time in recent memory things went down this path. Let me tell you a story from my life in a blue uniform. In 1992, I was a young Police Sgt responding to a large fight in progress. This was 2 weeks after the riots in Los Angeles that happened in response to the Rodney King verdict. The never ending press coverage showing mob mentality was deeply etched in everyone’s minds. You can reason with an individual but when you get a group together, you get a mob mentality that can’t be reasoned with. I arrived at the scene and found there was a violent mob of approximately 300 people. This was not a mob attacking random individuals though. They werent burning and looting buildings. This was two rival fraternities that decided to have a rumble. They were battering each other with sticks and bats and batons. There were injured and bloody people everywhere.
stifenstues
Handwriting Term Plan Y3-Y4

Handwriting Term Plan Y3-Y4

Easy to use plans to improve handwriting in your class. Lessons only need to be 15 min long. PowerPoint plan includes enough lessons for the term. Lessons show the basics of joined handwriting using links to videos that children can follow and join in with. Also includes a printable certificate to award improvement. *I planed these lessons for my teaching assistant and myself. Their writing improved over time and both parents and management commented on their improvement.
tof0609
Tongue Twisters

Tongue Twisters

Tongue twisters to aid learners in vocal work. Can be used as a starter, main activity or plenary. Works really with SEND learners and is useful to change speed and dynamics as well as jumping between them once they have been repeated a few times. Try to get learners to do them without the sheet infront of them as well
cecooper93
Whole school Grammar Pack

Whole school Grammar Pack

THE GRAMMAR PACK The grammar packs are designed to support both schools and parents in developing their knowledge and understanding of the grammar expectations in the 'Curriculum for Wales: revised Areas of Learning for the FP and revised programmes of study for KS2. Each pack covers the following areas: spelling punctuation sentence structure connectives word class language handwriting This resource contains Grammar Packs for Reception to Year 6. THE RESOURCE PACK INCLUDES: a guide to using the grammar pack posters for the classroom explaining the grammar expectation statements cards for the children explaining the grammar expectation statements activities for the classroom to develop skills in each area parent booklets explaining the grammar expectation statements activities to develop skills in each area at home.
CullyEducation
Skellig blurb

Skellig blurb

This is the blurb of Skellig get pupils to predict the books underline facts from the blurb
Mrryry2
Verbs and tenses

Verbs and tenses

Teaching about 'parts of speech' and how action words vary depending on what tense you are using. This includes creative writing activities based on visual stimuli. It also includes scanned sections from worksheets with activities for students to work through independently or as a class depending on their level.
lrigb4
Reading (places)

Reading (places)

This worksheet can be used to practice reading simple sentences in Arabic and learning some names of places. It can also be used for speaking activities.
Nizart
930 slides of literacy lessons

930 slides of literacy lessons

A huge range of Outstanding Literacy lessons aimed at low ability KS3 and KS4 classes. No need to alter- these are ready to teach and will keep you going all year. Separated clearly into sections for sentence types, word classes, punctuation, dialogue, homophones and creative writing. Lots of card sorts, quizzes, competitions, engaging activities, use of YouTube clips to inspire writing etc.
Aimsnapfall