Roll-An-Aboriginal-Dreaming Game - Multicultural Collage A

Teach Art: Aboriginal Art History Game {NAIDOC Week Activities & Art Sub Plans}

Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or for storytelling!

Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or prompts in literacy.

Naidoc Week is fast approaching and I was looking for some ways for our boys to learn about the Aboriginal people of Australia and their culture. I created these Aboriginal Symbol Stones that can be used in many ways for our boys to find out about the history of the the Aboriginal people. To create your own Aboriginal Dreamtime …

Aboriginal Symbol Stones

This pack includes vocabulary cards and note booking pages, covering nine Aboriginal Symbols. You can find out how we used this pack here: Aboriginal Symbol Stones.

Mrs Sellen's Classroom: NAIDOC week 2016: Songlines More

The theme for NAIDOC week 2016 is Songlines: The Living Narrative of our Nation. But what exactly are "Songlines"? For Aboriginal and .

Tell An Aboriginal Story Activity Part 1

Students use these symbols to create their own story. You could add other Indigenous symbols/meanings to increase the variety.

Dreamtime Stories - Australia - FREE Lesson Plans, Games, Powerpoints, Activities for K-12 Teachers & Students

Dreamtime Stories - Australia - FREE Lesson Plans, Games, Powerpoints, Activities for Teachers & Students

A collection of literacy activities for Year 3 - 6 for NAIDOC WEEK. It is about celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

NAIDOC Week Activity Pack Years 3-6

This pack for Years 3 is designed to encourage students to think about the message of NAIDOC Week and to recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians to our country.

Tom Tom by Dee Huxley, a story of a little Aboriginal boy who lives in Lemonade Springs. He goes to Preschool and lives a partly traditional life. The children have been intrigued by his life style compared to their lives and routines

Aboriginal activities with Kindergarten children

Tom Tom by Dee Huxley, a story of a little Aboriginal boy who lives in Lemonade Springs. He goes to Preschool and lives a partly traditional life. The children have been intrigued by his life style compared to their lives and routines

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