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I'm not a confident speaker

You don't have to be a native speaker to help your children speak Māori. There are lots of ways that you, as a learner or second language speaker can do to help introduce and support the growth of te reo Māori within your home.  Your role is to provide opportunities for your children to be positively exposed to the language and grow their appreciation for the language.

Check this link out for handy tips and advice and answer some of the questions you may have about helping your child learn to speak Māori as well as English, and indeed, about their general language development.