Nō hea ēnei kararehe?

available as individual books, or a full resource pack

This bilingual story introduces animals from different countries and continents of the world – including taniwha. The end of the story features a Māori proverb associated with the Tainui people, about a taniwha at each bend of the Waikato River.

Each resource pack includes:

  • A big book for sharing
  • 10 small book versions of the story, for guided and independent reading
  • A set of flashcards featuring key words from the story, for vocabulary recognition
  • A mini-book template of the story and illustrations, for students to take home and read with whānau
  • Teachers’ notes for the story, including user-friendly assessment rubrics and ideas for second language learning activities
  • A digital link containing an audio file and a digital file of the story, for the big screen

Here are some pages from the book:

Powered by Intrepid Sparks Website powered by Intrepid Sparks