Te reo

Aotearoa by Stan Walker

A waiata launched at 'Te Wiki o te Reo Māori on July 21, 2014 in Porirua, with the premiere of the video clip on Pūkana, Māori Television at 4:30pm.
It's a song to acknowledge our Reo, our unique indigenous culture and who we are as New Zealanders, as well as our connection to Aotearoa.

Maisey Rika - Tangaroa Whakamautai

Te Iwi e

This powerful song of welcome echoes the women's karanga. It draws hosts and visitors together through a shared memory of loved ones who have been lost from the land, both by war and migration.
While showing grief, the singers also express earth-shaking pride in the achievements of those who went away to the war, and later, those who have found a new way of life in the cities.
He Reo Tupu, He Reo Ora has been chosen as the title of this resource created for all sectors of the education industry. The literal meaning is "a growing language is a living language". The title signifies the way languages grow and evolve, and the importance of learning and using languages to keep them alive and dynamic.
Please click on the title above to access this resource.
This is the official TŌKU REO website. Join Raimona and Naomi online with interactive exercises, podcasts and a forum to reinforce what you’re learning on the TŌKU REO television show.
Start with Series 1 if your class are at beginners level.
Tipu is a free app that has been built by Plink Software with support from Mā Te Reo. It is available for both iPhone and Android and makes learning Te Reo Māori fun and rewarding.
Tipu is suitable for a variety of abilities, whether you are a beginner or you’re looking to build on what you already know.