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Lesson 1: Fart talk for your kids

10 Ways to Use Te Reo Māori With Your Kids

Lesson 1: Fart talk for your kids

Toilet humour is a great way to get your family using te reo Māori at home.

Toilet humour is a great way to get your family using te reo Māori at home.

Lesson 2: Do you need to mimi?

If you make te reo fun, children will get in one the game.

If you make te reo fun, children will get in one the game.

Lesson 3: It's tiko time

We all do it, so let's talk about how to say 'poos' in te reo Māori.

We all do it, so let's talk about how to say 'poos' in te reo Māori.

Lesson 4: Saying goodnight to your kids

Including Māori in your bedtime routine is a great way to normalise it around the home.

Including Māori in your bedtime routine is a great way to normalise it around the home.

Lesson 5: That's cute, in Māori

Teaching your kids to use 'pīwari' will be very cute.

Teaching your kids to use 'pīwari' will be very cute.

Lesson 6: Tantrum busting te reo

When your kid kicks off a tantrum, tell them they're just being a tangiweto.

When your kid kicks off a tantrum, tell them they're just being a tangiweto.

Lesson 7: Keeping kids safe

Sometimes kids think they are bulletproof, learn how to tell them to be careful in te reo.

Sometimes kids think they are bulletproof, learn how to tell them to be careful in te reo.

Lesson 8: A word for funny family moments

A great idiom or phrase for all of those times tamariki just crack you up!

A great idiom or phrase for all of those times tamariki just crack you up!

Lesson 9: Put your foot down in te reo

When enough is enough, tell your young ones 'kāti tēnā'

When enough is enough, tell your young ones 'kāti tēnā'

Lesson 10: Calm your kids down

When your kids are going a hundred miles an hour, here's how to tell them to slow down.

When your kids are going a hundred miles an hour, here's how to tell them to slow down.