He Aha Tenei?
A song about different types of insects. Includes guitar chords.
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||1 July 2014 by The Writing Bug Ltd
||Mixed media product/Mixed Media, Contains 1 Paperback / softback and 1 CD-Audio
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||By Holt, Sharon
Illustrated by Hinde, Deborah
||Te Reo Singalong (part: 7)
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The latest book in the popular "Te Reo Singalong" series is all about bugs. Children in the book ask "what is this?" and find out the name of each bug. The trick at the end will surprise and intrigue teachers and children alike. the gorgeous illustrations and catchy tune will make it easy to teach and learn baout bugs as well as the "what is this" sentence structure in te reo.
As with each te reo Singalong book, there is a CD in the back which turns the book into a song. There is also a glossary, Engliish translation, guitar chords for the song and a list on 10 activity ideas to go with the bugs theme.
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||Sue Nelson: Yesterday I was able to remind our tamariki about caring for our natural resources using the Me tiaki, he taonga phrase from He aha tenei? As I was talking about using gentle hands with the camellia flowers one of my colleagues started singing Titiro mai, he aha tenei? straight from the book.Then one child found a slug and we reinforced Me tiaki, he taonga There is so much interest in these natural resources in our environment and the tamariki can now identify the taonga in English and te reo.
Author Sharon Holt worked as a teacher and journalist before remembering her childhood dream of becoming a published children's author. Since the age of 40, she has had about 35 books, stories, poems and plays published. One of her books was a finalist in the NZ Post Children's Book Awards in 2007. Since 2012, she has worked full time writing, publishing, marketing and selling her award winning Te Reo Singalong series which make it fun for teachers and children to use te reo Maori sentences with ease.