He Kete Mātauranga – Early childhood Maori history and traditions are embedded in the taonga of our ancestors. Explore these stories through art, song and handling objects. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira. Students ECE and Kōhanga Reo, maximum 30 students Cost $5 per student for a one-hour session Availability Term 4, Mon, Tue, Thu, 2016 Terms 3 and 4, Fri only, 2017 Venue Auckland Museum He Taonga Māori (Māori Court) – Hotunui New Zealand Curriculum Te Whāriki: early childhood curriculum Related galleries and exhibitions Lifeways, Masterpieces, Weird & Wondeful ENQUIRE NOWRESOURCES The history, traditions, and daily lives of our ancestors The culture, politics and daily lives of our ancestors are embedded and embodied in our taonga. Under the umbrella of He Kete Mātauranga, we offer 'knowledge baskets' which are designed to share specific topics with you and your tamariki. There are three He Kete Mātauranga baskets to choose from that cater for our youngest learners: Maori Music and Dance Painted Stories of the Maori Treasures and Tales and can include any combination of: Storytelling Role Play Games Music and dance Taonga handling These programmes are funded by the Ministry of Education.