Books and resources about inspirational women are ideal starters for discussions with children about gender stereotypes, dreams, and determination.more
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Kia ora, nau mai haere mai. Ka wani kē kua tae mai koe! Kāre e kore ka puta mai ētahi kōrero pārekareka, me kōrerorero pea tātou.
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Let your students' imaginations run wild and support them to become the future kaitiaki of Aotearoa this March as we celebrate Seaweek in New Zealand from 3 to 11 March and World Wildlife Day on 3 March.more
Singing, rhyming, oral storytelling, and reading aloud are essential for helping children learn a language, along with the listening and concentration skills essential for brain development and memory.more
Most students in New Zealand schools today were born this century, they’re part of Generation Z or the iGeneration. Do you know what matters to this generation? What sort of future do they want? How can you help them make it a reality?more
Picture books are great resources for engaging students of all ages, including secondary students, with reading for pleasure and learning according to two recent seminars.more
Waitangi Day and Te Tiriti o Waitangi itself can be the basis of rich learning and discovery about identity, history, and nationhood in Aotearoa New Zealand. It's also an ideal time to reflect on how you are advancing the New Zealand Curriculum Treaty of Waitangi principle in your library.more
Experiences from the growing community of photographers working to enable digital access to New Zealand’s cultural heritage.more