Type
Crossword
Description

house Whare
sister Hēhita
high school kura tuarua
teacher pouako
insect ngārara
native bird kiwi
drink inu
hello Kia ora
Lady Rēri
a dance haka

maori Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

haka
tena koe
mihinare
kia ora
whanau
waiata
ma
moa
ko
kupe
tekau
iwa
waru
whitu
rima
iwi
wha
toru
rua
tahi
ono

Maori Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The first people of New Zealand Maori
The first Maori came to New Zealand in _________ canoes
Where did the European people mainly come from? England
The Maori name for white people Pakeha
They signed the Treaty of _________i in 1840 Waitangi
Maori said the Pakeha had taken their ________ land
In what other country do many Maori live? Australia
A Maori war dance haka
"Kia Ora" means "hello" in the Maori __________________ language
A sport that Maori are good at rugby

Maori words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Tapu
Waiata
Whaea
Pakeha
Puku
Mahi
Kea
Moana
Pa
Mako
Moa
Hangi
Haka
Iwi
Hui
Aotearoa
Aroha
Kai
Kiwi
Kiwiki
Maunga
Nui
Pepi
Pipi
Poro
Whare

Maori Words Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

New Zealand Aotearoa
Sheep Hipi
Cow kau
Table paparahua
House Motukā
Apple āporo
Hello Kia Ora
Book paihere pukapuka
fantail Tiwaiwaka
grandchild Mokopuna
Supple Ngohengohe
Blue Kahurangi
Green kārerarera
Colour kakano
Kiwi ngutu roa
Tree tūrepo
house wharepuni
Chiar tūru
finger mikao
Becah one
white ma
Fram pāmu ahumoana
water kātao
Six ono
Cold hōtoke
dagger pōngurunguru

Maori Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

koekoe
harikoa
pepe
inu
matua
whaea
waiata
Makariri
rangi
Moana
pupu
kuri
Aroha
Whare
Kiwi
Kowhai

Maori Word Find Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

tamariki
kiwi
kauri
karakia
kai
iwi
iti
hui
hīkoi
hapu
hangi
haka
awa
aroha
Moi

MAORI MATARIKI AND MARAE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Maori name for Pleiades Matariki
Name of the Seven Sisters Pleiades
What is a cluster of stars called Constellation
The start of the day dawn
Where the sky meets the sea horizon
Eyes in Maori mata
A word for children offspring
Throwing very hard hurling
Different groups of Maori tribes
To remember and mark a special event celebration
Appears in the sky at night Moon
How the importance of Matariki is shown Songs
A person who creates music composer
Maori word for meeting hui
Made for Matariki Kites
Special leaves eaten at Matariki kawakawa
Usually performed by the All Blacks haka
Used to magnify something binoculars

New Zealand Birds Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the name of NZs national bird? Kiwi
What is the Maori name for the Sitchbird? Hihi
The purple swap hen is more commenly known as.......in NZ Pukeko
What native, flightless bird begins with a W? Weka
What is the Maori name for the little blue penguin? Kororā
What is the name of the world only mountin parrot? Kea
What bird has a little white throat bobble? Tui
Whqtnative, flightless bird begins with a T? Tākāhe
What is the maori name for NZs red-crowned parakeet? Kakariki
What is the name of NZs excitnct giant Moa
What is the Maori name for saddleback Tieke
What is the Maori word for Fantail? Pīwakwaka

Matariki Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

You see it up in the sky Stars
Represents the seven stars Seven sisters
Relegion Maori
Maori people celebrate Matariki
Name Metai
Comes from your eyes Tears
Come from a bird Feathers
Native to NZ but now extinct Moa
Comes from a plant Flax
It's a plant Koru

GREETINGS Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Hello in Te Reo Maori Kia Ora
Hello in French Bonjour
Hello in Samoan Talofa
Thank you in Samoan fa’afetai
French for how are you Ça va
See you later (Te Reo Maori) Hei konā
goodbye (samoan) Tōfā Soifua
My name is...(french) Je m’appelle
I'm good (French) Ça va bien
What's your name? (French) Tu t’appelles comment
How are you? (Te Reo Maori) Kei te pēhea koe
I'm great (Te Reo Maori) Ka nui te ora
Good morning (Te Reo) mōrena
See you again (Te Reo Maori Ka kite ano
Have a good day (Samoan) Manuia le Aso
Please (Samoan) Fa'amolemole
Hi / Bye (French) Salut
Yes (French) Oui
My name is...(Samoan) O lo'u igoa o...
I’m good (Te Reo Maori) Kei te pai ahau
I'm fine thank you (Samoan) Manuia fa'afetai