This book supports young readers talking about thankfulness in Te Reo. The photographs encourage discussion of our sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell.
This book could be used as a resource for religious education and our five senses.
There is a repeated sentence structure to build confidence and fluency. 77 running words
Kaiwhakamāori Piripi Walker
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 Te Reo Māori language, build reading confidence and improve general knowledge.