Kia Kaha Te Reo Māori

Kia Kaha Te Reo Māori

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) has been celebrated in New Zealand since 1975. It acknowledges and celebrates the Māori language as a unique cultural treasure for all New Zealanders.

Our Karakia

Ki a tou katoa

He mihi tēnei ki a koe

Kia manaaki

Kia whakaohooho

Kia whakamana

E ako ana, ā, e tipu tahi ana tātou

Mauri tau

To us all

This is an acknowledgement to you

To be caring

To be inspiring

To be empowering

Learning & Growing Together

To be deliberate & relaxed

 

Waiata

  • E toru ngā mea
  • Ngā mea nunui
  • E kī ana
  • Te paipera
  • Whakapono
  • Tūmanako
  • Ko te mea nui
  • Ko te aroha
  • Te aroha
  • Te whakapono
  • Te rangimārie
  • Tātou tātou e
  • E hara i te mea
  • Nō naiānei
  • Te aroha
  • Nō ngā tūpuna
  • I tuku iho
  • I tuku iho
There are three important things said by the bible.

Faith, hope and the most important thing is love.

Love, faith, peace to us all. Love is not a new thing. Love is handed down by our ancestors.

 

Books and Resources

Māori Medium have Ngā Kete Kōrero framework.

Please follow this link.  https://kauwhatareo.govt.nz/mi/collections/nga-kete-korero/

These E- books (e = electronic) can be downloaded and or read online.

You can choose to be directed in Māori or English.  Look for the purple dot, top left hand corner. Some E- books come with sound.

We highly recommend the following online Māori dictionary also to check the meaning of any unknown words that are in Māori or English. https://maoridictionary.co.nz/