Anzac Day and Ki-O-Rahi
Ki-o-rahi was played by the 28th Māori Battalion during the Italian campaign, where it's called Palla Māori.
A fun wellbeing boost which supports tamariki emotional literacy and kanikani moves!
Have a game of Lape!
This is a fun game taught to us by our Samoan buddies. It's thankfully got simple rules - softball with any ball (volleyballs are ka pai) and your hand, as a bat.
Manu of a feather
Think 'flocking' of manu, where tamariki work together to move 'as one' - a mindful, connected, slow-mo kanikani!
Te Whare Tapa Whā a day at a time…
Using the concept of an advent calendar, your tamariki open a window of Te Whare Tapa Whā boosting activities each day to support their hauora!
We've got a whole wiki of activities lined up that support the learning of how we can care for our hauora. Each activity links to an aspect of the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
Big and positive emotions with Te Whare Tapa Whā
A whole wiki of activities based around noticing the beauty around us, sprinkled with a good dose of gratitude
Compliment musical freeze
Combining kanikani and kindness! Explore compliments, then tamariki kanikani, freeze and give a great compliment e noho to their nearest peer.
Taking the school day outside
Awesome activities and ideas all about taking your tamariki and their learning outside to get all these bonus benefits te taiao has to offer