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The actions cards below were made to match the action song ‘Pakipaki.’ (This is my Mum’s version of the song with some extras added in!)
Mum prints, laminates and joins the cards in the corner with a jump ring, then flips the cards over as the song progresses to support her special needs learners. The cards include the Māori and English words for the action, plus a matching picture to scaffold all your little learners!
This resources contains cards for:
Hurihuri (Turn around)
Korero mai (talk to me)
If you’re creative (like my Mum) and think of an alternate action card you’d like included that’s not listed – please leave me a comment below or flick me an e-mail using the mail icon on my blog header and I’ll endeavor to include your verb.
*EDIT JULY 2016 – as per request, I’ve now also included the following cards – enjoy!
Hope you all had a great Māori language week,
bryony lovatt says
Awesome resource! Thank you 🙂
So pleased you’re enjoying them – thanks for popping by! 🙂
Thank you for the resources!!! I was going to make cards like this and now I dont need to make one. Thanks for sharing such awesome resource 🙂
You’re so welcome, enjoy!
Rita Smit says
Thank you for sharing.
Emily Nguyen says
This is lovely. Thanks heaps!
You’re so welcome – enjoy 🙂
Awesome resource. Ka pai. Not sure about ‘Hula’ though? No ‘l’ in Te Reo I didn’t think?
Totally agree – Hula is an English word (used to describe the motion your hips make while using a hula hoop!) I couldn’t find an equivalent translation in Maori unfortunately, so left it as hula. Happy to add in an appropriate translation if you find one 🙂
Nikkie Karki says
Kia ora I love this resource, Ngaa mihi nui.
I would like e haka. or haka. Please
Absoloutely! Just added haka into the resource – you can find it on page 14 – enjoy! 🙂 Here’s a direct link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B78NOBq_sAqFa2hOSEI3OFRFRlU/view?resourcekey=0-pXLAFRzYHhBhUdm0YNgypQ