External Learning Resources
There are many wonderful learning resources available on the web, rather than spending time searching the internet looking yourself. Our team at Ko Taku Reo has shared their knowledge and we have made them available here.
Leo's Colorful World
Leo’s Colorful World: Meet Leo, the playful young lion cub. Leo is Hard of hearing and with his Phonak hearing aids and Roger™ system he does well in school, excels at sports and have lots of fun.
Supporting Tamariki home-learning and wellbeing!
Fun wellbeing activities to support whānau to look after their wellbeing and feel good.
Games to Learn English
The MacMillan Dictionary has a fun games that students can play to practice identifying the various forms of a verb.
Enjoy experiments, activities, stories, puzzles, games, videos, all the good stuff! Everything you need to inspire the innovators of tomorrow.
Online game room for playing Codenames – just invite your friends.
Science Learning Hub
Science Learning Hub, a place to find out more about New Zealand science.
Stories from the disabled community.
The Deaf Toolbox
A selection of video 'tools' to help you navigate life; from getting on a plane to appearing in court; from going flatting to making it on the Marae. These videos reveal the mysteries and the everyday facts of life, society, and civic participation
Free printable books for English-speaking kids (aged 4-8), and for people who are learning to read English as a second language.
Free Arts and Crafts Resources for Home Learning
Explore the many different types of arts and crafts that you can enjoy from home.
Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand
Deaf Aotearoa provides a range of services for the Deaf Community from employment support to providing assistance with equipment.Find out more
New Zealand Relay Service
NZ Relay helps people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, speech-impaired and deafblind to connect with businesses, friends and whānau over the phone.Find out more
The Hearing House
is a charity providing cochlear implants and support for New Zealanders in the upper North Island with profound hearing loss.Find out more
Deaf Children New Zealand
Deaf Children New Zealand is a parent-led, volunteer organisation that supports parents and families of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children.Find out more
New Zealand Sign Language Teachers Association (NZSLTA) is a national non-profit organisation for NZSL teachers and tutors.Find out more
Deaf Sports Federation of NZ
Deaf Sports NZ Forum.Find out more
Sign Language Interpreters Association is a national professional association which represents and advances the profession by informing members and consumers, and promoting high standards of practice and integrity in the field.Find out more
Learn NZSL is a free learning portal on New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL). NZSL is the language of New Zealand’s Deaf community and an official language of New Zealand.Find out more
Merge New Zealand is a Deaf led company that focuses on the promotion, development and services relating to New Zealand Sign Language.Find out more
Suppliers of assistive devices for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing, the Elderly or for Noisy Environments.Find out more
is a great way to learn, practice and explore NZSL, the Language of the Deaf community of New Zealand.Find out more
New Zealand Sign Language Dictionary
NZSL Online : Dictionary of New Zealand Sign Language.Find out more
Sign NZSL with Your Baby
Using NZSL with your baby or toddler can increase your child's ability to communicate their needs, desires, and feelings.Find out more
NZSL4U is here to empower kiwis to embrace one of our two official languages, Te Reo Rotarota (New Zealand Sign Language).Find out more
National Foundation for Deaf & Hard of Hearning
Helping deaf & hard of hearing Kiwis reconnect.Find out more