Learn some of the crafts in Cook Islands Māori, Māori Kūki 'Āirani (Rarotonga).
This story introduces some of the crafts seen in Rarotonga. It can provide a resource for the study of arts especially the use of wood, fabric and shell. The Tivaevae work shows a community of characters working on a quilt to give away in Rarotonga.
Level: First words in Rarotonga
Uri'ia e Tuaine-Nurse Tamarua Robati ONZM
Summer Rose books, created by Carolyn Collis, are teaching resources for educators of young children.
This series provides a fun way for children to learn about the Cook Islands, build reading confidence and improve general knowledge.