A splashy fun activity for your tamariki, with or without gumboots!
Why do it?
- Activities like this contribute to a child’s overall health and well-being.
- To teach them to notice things.
- Outdoor activities help a child build confidence, improve co-ordination and strengthen large muscle skills
- To help extend their language.
Using more te reo Māori
|Te reo Māori||English|
|Kamupūtu kamupūtu Gumboot Maori | Noun||Gumboot|
|Awa awa River, stream, creek, canal, gully, gorge, groove, furrow Maori | Noun||River|
|Kōawa kōawa Watercourse, canal Maori | Noun||Canal|
|Kanohi kanohi Face, countenance Maori | Noun||Face|
|Paratītī paratītī To splash up, spurt up Maori | Verb||Splash|