E whā ngā pukapuka o te huinga nei. E hāngai ana ngā kōrero ki ngā momo manu e whā nō Aotearoa; Kāhu, Kākā, Korimako me Ruru. He kōrero whakapapa me ētahi kōrero tuku iho ki roto. Ka whakaahua te manu me tōna kainga, ā, he kōrero ake mō tēnā manu mo tēnā manu.
E tautoko ana i ngā kōrero ko ngā whakaahua, ngā pikitia, me ngā mahere.
Ka whakawhānui ake te huinga nei i ngā pukapuka tāiao i roto i ngā kura rumaki reo Māori.
E tautoko ana tēnei huinga pukapuka i ngā Wāhanga Ako Pūtaiao me te Reo Māori. He kupu taka hoki kei te pukapuka nei.
This new set of 4 books is about four birds native to Aotearoa. The birds are: Kāhu, Kākā, Korimako and Ruru. Each book informs our tamariki about whakapapa and kōrero tuku iho. They describe the bird and it’s home and offers other facts specifically to these birds.
Photos, illustrations, and maps support the text and bring colour to the books.
PUAO – Ngā manu will extend the range of natural history resources presently available in Māori immersion school settings.
This supports the learning areas Pūtaiao and Te Reo Māori. The language is supported by a glossary.