Te Wiki o te Reo Maori
Here are some more ideas to get you, your workplace, school, groups, team or friends and whanau learning te reo Maori.
Listening (whakarongo) to te reo Maori songs is a great way to learn Maori kupu (words) and pronunciation.
There is a Te Wiki o te Reo Maori playlist on Spotify for people to listen to at tinyurl.com/yx9d8g6k
Listen to Taringa — a bilingual podcast created by Te Wananga o Aotearoa. You can find it in the podcast app on a mobile device or google it.
Turn on the radio or go online and tune in to your local iwi radio station.
In Tairawhiti, there is Turanga FM on 91.7FM and Radio Ngati Porou on 93.3 FM at Gisborne, 89.3 FM in Tikitiki, 90.5 FM at Tolaga Bay, 98.1 FM in Ruatoria, and 105.3 FM at Hicks Bay, or you can find them on iHeart Radio.
Watch Maori television, as there are many shows that are aired in te reo Maori.
Listen to Hinewehi Mohi sing the national anthem in te reo Maori at the 1999 Rugby World Cup in England.
Host a te reo Maori quiz and test your organisation's knowledge. Use the Maori Languge Week quiz questions to set up your own. Some are easy, some are hard, so grab some friends and a Maori dictionary.
See Pania Papa's video on easy Maori games to play with no equipment.
Download some Maori apps and play with your tamariki (children). This link will take you to all the Maori language apps available to download.