Check out the history of immigration on Te Ara:
Everyone has their reasons for moving to a new place. What are some reasons you can think of?
One maths warm up we use is to guess what numbers we are thinking of. Instead of using just yes/no, try using ae/kao.
Also try using te reo as a category, and maybe even introducing categories such as shape names and time.
Te Whanau Taparau (Shapes)
Vocabulary from that resource:
porohita = circle
whanau = family
taparau = polygons
tapatoru = triangle
tapawha = square
whakarara = parallelogram
rangiwhitu = diameter
putoro = radius
pae = circumference
tapatoru rite nui = a large equilateral triangle
puku = tummy
e toru, nga tapatoru rite = made from 3 smaller equilateral triangles
whakarara rite = a rhombus
taparara = trapezium
tapawha rite = a square tapawha
hangai = an oblong
koeko tapatoru = a triangular pyramid
ahu 3 = 3 dimensions
tapa ono rite = regular hexagon
kai = food
e ono, tapatoru rite = 6 equilateral triangles
Telling the time in Maori
Te taima – The time
He aha te taima? – What is the time?