Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Melville Intermediate - Hand Games for Maori Language Week 2

This is the second video in the series. This is a Maori Hand Game that is a co-ordination activity. Students have a series of five actions that they need to memorise and then repeat without error. If both students or groups of students can repeat them then the students or groups of students go through them again, repeating the process but faster, and continue to do so until someone makes a mistake. Your hosts for this activity Hayze and Mackenzie go through the five actions and then in additional bonus footage compete against each other to demonstrate the game. Filmed at Melville Intermediate on Tuesday 7th June 2011.

Maori Hand Game Tutorial from myles webb on Vimeo.


  1. Room 6 Kilbirnie SchoolJune 8, 2011 at 8:19 AM

    Morena Mr Webb, Hayze and MacKenzie,

    Thank you for your comment on our blog. We look forward in skyping you today. We have your skype name so hopefully you will be available between 11:00. Please let us know if it doesn't suit.

    Look forward to skyping u soon:)

    Room 6 & Miss L

  2. Kia ora Mackenzie and Hayze!

    We are excited about you guys teaching us in Maori Language Week. Our teacher will email your teacher to make a time to skype. We love learning and skyping.

    From Room 9 & Miss Watts at Tahunanui School in Nelson