Our brand-new resources weave Pacific values and voices into learning activities that teach students about money. The resources are designed to reflect Pacific stories and communities and inspire students to start their financial journeys.
An interactive game where students build financial knowledge and learn about Pacific culture. With nine islands, each with a different theme, Pacific cultures come alive through illustrations, language and information about different Pacific nations.
"I learnt more about the pacific culture and practices. I learnt about taonga which I haven't seen before. I also learned more about KiwiSaver and retirement in New Zealand."
This online module tells stories of Pacific Peoples real-life financial journeys and links to activities, student self-evaluations, and learning checklists. A Teacher Topic Guide and a Student Learning Log are also provided. The module consists of six different topics to cover the key subjects and building blocks for financial capability.
Videos and questions link to a variety of activities for independent, self-paced learning. The subjects focus on Financial Sustainability and Financial Identity, and each planner is designed as a cross-curricular resource.
Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
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