This blog provides an excellent opportunity not only for us to share with you, but for you to share with each other. How do you use our museum as a learning resource? What do you find to be best practice? Why are museum and gallery experiences important for your tamariki? Our second story comes from Plimmerton Kindergarten: Check… Read more »
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Have you noticed some new signage up in Ngā Toi | Arts Te Papa? Zoe, Tiana, and Isla (all aged 4) from Tai Tamariki Kindergarten have created these beautiful pieces to help children and adults visiting Level 5: ‘This is me at the gallery. I have scribbled out the leg to show that it is not… Read more »
Eric Lee-Johnson was rather good at the ‘rear view’.
It is not often I come across early photographs that capture pure joy like this one does. Too young to find the serious appeals of the photographer’s command to “keep still” anything other than funny, this infant boy’s laughter dominates the image and projects a good sense of fun about the activity of having one’s… Read more »
by Becs Thomas, Assistant Head Teacher, Tai Tamariki Kindergarten The experience of having Tai Tamariki Kindergarten children’s kākahu displayed in Kahu Ora Living Cloaks has been a wonderful learning journey for our kindergarten community, both culturally and in the learning of exhibition protocol and process. This week the second of our children’s kakahu was put on display…. Read more »
Tai Tamariki Kindergarten opened in Te Papa in early February 2010. It’s a unique and wonderful thing for a kindergarten to be located within a museum like Te Papa. The children and staff at Tai Tamariki are frequent visitors to the museum exhibitions, making use of all the learning opportunities and inspiration the museum provides. Kahu Ora… Read more »