Kakahu teaches one of the most useful and practical instructions for young whanau members to know, getting dressed. Learn how to dress for Te Reo Maori success.
Reflecting pepi¿s sweet first words game, Kanohi-My Face features kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi-My Face to learn the parts of pepi¿s face together with some simple te reo Maori repeated again in English. Hand drawn images grace every page of these durable, glo... read more
Using high frequency kupu Karaehe introduces us to the all-important pepi vocab of everyday animals! Animal noises are optional.
Find nga ahua - the shapes - in the beautifully rendered illustrations. Learn the kupu (words) in Te Reo Maori and English. Enjoy these hardwearing, glossy, new board books from the team at Reo Pepi.
Learn the colours in Te Reo Maori and English. Featuring lovely, bright, illustrations of NZ insects your tamariki will love!
Our second series of pukapuka reaches for new concepts as we follow our tamariki on a learning journey. Gain more everyday sentence structures and acquire knowledge of fundamental concepts - shapes, numbers and colours. Playful and vibrant illustrations you will lo... read more
Great picks for younger readers
Reo Pēpi Series 1 is aimed at 0-5 year olds and their whānau. Find simple, repetitive sentences you will use in everyday situations and plenty of new kupu for your vocabulary. The carefully rendered illustrations are created with aroha and will be... read more
|Author:||Kitty Brown; Kirsten Parkinson|
Count the toys in Te Reo Maori and English with your tamariki. Beautiful and funny illustrations paired with straightforward phrases will have you counting with both languages in no time.