Waipuna-ā-rangi rains and then our kai can grow and we can eat from Tupuānuku and Tupuārangi.
—6 year old talking about The Stars of Matariki Magnetic Story

I received my Ngā Atua cards today from TeacherTalk. The service was prompt and efficient, my product was beautifully packaged and the resource… WOW! It more than exceeded my expectations. The product is bold, beautifully illustrated, informative and durable. Such great value for money and such a lovely resource. THANK YOU!
—Cindy Hawkins, Manawatu

We recently bought your Te Tiriti O Waitangi Resource and wanted to let you know what a great resource it has been for facilitating discussions and conversations between our kaiako and tamariki. We’ve used it to support a whole range of learning experiences including; dramatically re-enacting the treaty signing, storytelling using props, the paper dolls and waka templates have been very popular with the tamariki.
—Canaan and the team at Ponsonby Montessori

The boys all had a big rumble and if they don’t work together and learn to get on with one another Ruaumoko is gonna rumble and we’re all gonna be sorry.
—11 year old, talking about Ngā Atua Cards

Yep I am loving the Matariki Resource Box. I’ve already started using it! I work in a kura with mainstream and rumaki so the kids like knowing how to say their pepeha, and we are playing the memory games to get to know the Atua and ngā whetū o Matariki (the kids call them the ‘girls and boys’) I’m also using waiata for them to memorise the whetū.
—Liz Kerepa, Social Workers in Schools