Mīharo

Mīharo means wonder, surprise, amazement and awe and the show is designed to educate Māori-speaking children in a delightfully entertaining way.

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Mīharo

Designed to inspire enquiring minds, is pacy, colourful and jam-packed with questions and answers; the ancient and the modern; learning and laughter. Presented by Whatanui Flavell and Huria Chapman.

Mīharo means wonder, surprise, amazement and awe and the show is designed to educate Māori-speaking children in a delightfully entertaining way. Primarily targeted at five to eight-year-olds, this weekday educational series breaks new ground by having programme content specifically aligned with school curriculum areas.

Mīharo is made by Auckland-based Tumanako Productions and producer Kay Ellmers has worked closely with experienced primary school teachers to ensure that the series’ content reflects school-based learning.