A song about travelling in different coloured vehicles including cars, buses, boats and trains. Includes guitar chords and extension ideas.
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||30 June 2013 by The Writing Bug Ltd
||Mixed media product/Mixed Media, Contains 1 CD-Audio and 1 Paperback / softback
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||By Holt, Sharon
Illustrated by Hinde, Deborah
||Te Reo Singalong (part: 4)
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Description of this Book
This children's picture book is in te reo Maori. It includes a CD with songs. No prior knowledge of te reo Maori is required by the children or adults using this book. The story and song are about vehicles and colours with phrases such as I am going by orange truck . Listening to the song while reading the book will help readers match sounds with words and actions. The book contains a pictorial glossary, English lyrics for the song, guitar chords and a list of extension ideas for parents and teachers. This book is the fourth in the te Reo Singalong series.
Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings
The CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards 2015
Te Reo Singalong books won the Best Resource in Te Reo Maori. and Teachers' Choice: Best Resource in Te Reo Maori
||Sue McCandlish: Keep up the good work Sharon! Your latest book, Me Haere, is so popular with the children. They always ask: Can we have Sharon's motorbike book? Yay!
Sharon Holt lives in the Waikato region of New Zealand. She worked as a teacher and journalist before remembering her childhood dream of becoming a children's author. Since that wake up call, her children's books have been published by many trade and educational publishers. After starting to learn te reo Maori in 2002, Sharon got the idea for Te Reo Singalong books. She was working as a relief teacher in kindergartens and primary schools at the time, and realised that most teachers in mainstream education lack confidence to use and teach the level of te reo that is expected of them as part of the NZ curriculum. She designed Te Reo Singalong books to make it easy and fun to teach and learn more sentence structures in te reo.