Planning an ECE education programme for Matariki Matariki is an incredibly busy and exciting time for us at Te Papa as we put on a big programme of public events, and educational visits for schools. cream of tartar 1 cup of salt INSTRUCTIONS: Mix liquid ingredients in a large pan. For some Māori iwi (tribes), the first pre-dawn rise of Matariki in late May or early June, signals the beginning of the Māori New Year. Tupuārangi is the whetū connected with everything that grows up in the trees; fruit, berries and manu. Download the resource now - or, join Te Reo Club and have unlimited access to heaps of great resources like this! Stir until the dough…, For a play time that is truly out of this world give galaxy dough a try! Stained Tissue Stars craft for kids. Pōhutukawa is the whetū connected to those who have passed on. of cooking oil 1 Tbsp. What is Matariki the Māori New Year? Jun 7, 2020 - Explore Anna Haydon's board "Matariki - ECE" on Pinterest. Book: Kia Mau: Resisting Colonial Fictions by Tina Ngata, Children’s picture book: The Forgotten Taniwha by Robyn Kahukiwa, Children’s picture song book: Te Wairua o Waitangi by Sharon Holt. Note, some hapū know the Matariki as 9 stars (although the last 2 can be hard to make out with the naked eye). Learn about Matariki through fun kids’ activities. Hanging in a window, the stained tissue stars produces a dramatic effect. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades. In this te reo Māori webinar, Professor Rawinia Higgins (Chair of the Māori Language Commission, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori) of Victoria University of Wellington and member of the Waitangi Tribunal) joins NZEI Te Riu Roa members and ECE Voice supporters for a kōrero in te reo about language revitalisation and how we can support educators and whānau to revitalise te reo in our centres and at home. Matariki is officially celebrated on 13 July 2020. It was a little more difficult than anticipated. Matariki activity book. Quick links:Episode 1: Matariki - Mihi TibbleEpisode 2: Pōhutukawa - Liz HarteEpisode 3: Tupuārangi - Professor Rawinia HigginsEpisode 4: Waitā - Heeni HotereneEpisode 5: Ururangi - India Logan-RileyEpisode 6: Tupuānuku - Professor Helen MayEpisode 7: Waitī - Hazel MeadowsEpisode 8: Waipuna-ā-Rangi - Professor Rangi MatamuaEpisode 9: Hiwa-i-te-Rangi - Kassie Hartendorp, Resources for tamariki, workshops and stationery: (Facebook link here), Animated children’s video: Pipi Mā Matariki episode, Video: Waka Huia episode on Matariki with Rereata Mākiha, Facebook page: Living by the Stars with Professor Rangi Matamua, Book: Matariki: The Star of the Year by Professor Rangi Matamua, Lecture: EIT public lecture about Matariki with Professor Rangi Matamua. “Ka puta Matariki ka rere Whānui. The fiv e-day, three channel programme across our eight Focus Areas plus COVID-19 covered the breadth of endocrinology. Matariki is the Māori name for the cluster of stars that signal the beginning of a new year. The recordings of these webinars are now available below. This occurrence marks the beginning of an important time of year – the Māori New Year. Matariki is a time for remembering people you've lost. Ururangi is the whetū connected with the winds and future planning. Please make sure you’ve signed up to support the ECE Voice campaign! Matariki activity book. Recently, I was given the task to come up with some last minute Christmas decor. Living by the Stars with Professor Rangi Matamua, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori) of Victoria University of Wellington, Māramataka Māori - Living by the Māori Moon, Maramataka Māori Living by the Māori Moon, Living by The Stars with Professor Rangi Matamua. With the wealth of sessions on offer, choosing which to attend was not easy! you’ve signed up to support the ECE Voice campaign! Jul 9, 2020 - Explore Sarah Deursen's board "ECE Matariki" on Pinterest. Tupuānuku is the whetū connected with everything that grows in the soil to be harvested or gathered for food.In this webinar, Emeritus Professor Helen May joins NZEI Te Riu Roa members and ECE Voice supporters to discuss Te Whāriki (the early childhood curriculum) and how it upholds the mana of our tamariki. Galaxy dough is really easy to make and so fun! Authorised by Paul Goulter, National Secretary, NZEI Te Riu Roa, 178 Willis St, Wellington. making slime is a great science activity and sensory play. Lemon star cookies . In a separate bowl mix dry ingredients. Don’t miss these modern cardboard yarn ornaments. There are several hundred stars but only seven of them can be seen. Some iwi observe the rise of the lone star Puaka as the beginning of the new year.