I’m in that in-between generation – two generations removed from first-language speakers, with vague memories of my grandmother speaking the reo to her relations when we ventured north for school holidays.
This September, the Recruitment and Talent team at Auckland Council are signing up to complete the ‘Mahuru Maori’ Challenge.
Let te reo Maori advocate and expert Scotty Morrison teach you the basics of the Maori language in easy 30-minute lessons – anywhere, anytime.
Te Kura Taumata o Panguru are celebrating Mahuru Māori all month with a specific event on Rāhina 14 o Māhuru, 2020 featuring Ako, Pānui, Kōrero, Whakarongo, Waiata, Taonga Tākaro, whānau wero and more.
Meet Tiāre and follow his day to day antics in a comedy series of silent movie sketches. A simple and amusing way to learn te reo Māori kupu for your daily routines.
Mahuru Māori is Te Wānanga o Aotearoa’s annual challenge to kōrero (speak) Māori in Mahuru (September) and our koha (contribution) to te reo Māori.
Come along for a fun morning with Moira Wairama’s legendary story time! Timotimo team in a special workshop for pre-schoolers bringing stories to life through taonga puoro and waiata.
This introductory challenge is simply to greet and farewell people in Māori everyday of Mahuru. Convert your ‘Hello’ to a ‘Kia Ora’, it’s that easy.
This challenge is simple – Greet & farewell people in te reo Māori and use what you know to speak/write up to 1 hour per day for the whole month. Every minute adds up, you’ll be surprised how easy it is.
This challenge will use and grow what you know. Speak/write in Māori for an hour or more per day (aim for 2 hours). Encourage your family, friends and colleagues to join the challenge. It’s easier with people!