REO SITES

 

 
 Explore interactive, learning games and quizzes here


  An online interactive module to compliment the Te Whanake texts and support an immersion/ game-style approach to language learn

 For everyone who wants to speak the Māori Language, or learn about it. Give it a go!

  The most-visited Māori site out - offers information on tikanga, te reo, music, education and much much more!

  Te Rito. Aimed at Kohanga Reo children - it's at draft stage but contains a read-along animated story, a fishing game and a shy but friendly taniwha named Tia

 

ONLINE DICTIONARIES


Te Aka Māori-English, English-Māori

Ngata Dictionary

Awanuiarangi

Te Ngutu Kura - Free Māori Spell Checker

Tai Tokerau

Your Dictionary

 

MĀORI LANGUAGE RESOURCES


   
The History of Māori Language - from nzhistory.net.nz - The History Group of New Zealand Ministry of Culture and Heritage has created this informative website which has details on Māori Language week and other information.

  
 Mā Te Reo - Mā Te Reo is a Government funded programme established by the Minister of Māori Affairs in 2001 to support projects, programmes and activities that contribute to local level Māori Language regeneration.

   
 Te Kete Ipurangi - a bilingual portal-plus web community which provideds quality assured educational material for teachers, school managers, and the wider education community. It is an initiative of the Ministry of Education.


  
The Māngai Paho - a Crown Entity established to make funding available to the national network of Māori radio stations and for the production of Māori language television programmes, music CD's and videos.
 

   
Te Taura Whiri i te reo Māori - The Maori Language Commission. Set up under the Māori Language Act 1987 to promote the use of Māori as a living language and as an ordinary means of communication

                    
 Te Puni Kokiri - the Government's principal adviser on Māori issues, their work aims to improve outcomes for Māori and ensure the quality of government services delivered to Māori.

Page last updated 6 Mar 2009