Indigenous Art

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a large wooden box sitting on top of a table next to papers and pictures hanging on the wall
My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish
several pictures of different types of buttons in wooden bowls on a green carpeted surface
DIY Resources - Stimulating Learning
Create stimulating educational materials from simple items. Montessori, Homeschool, Natural Materials, DIY, Easy
four different types of animals and letters with the words u, v, w, x - ray art
TeachEzy Preschool to Year 6 Teacher Resources
Indigenous Australia A to Z flash cards. Teaching resources.
a large wooden box sitting on top of a table next to papers and pictures hanging on the wall
there are many different bowls on the table with beads in them and some twigs sticking out of it
Superheroes, Princesses & Monsters Mish-Mash - Stimulating Learning
Full Table Line-Designs (from Stimulating Learning with Rachel)
a table topped with bowls filled with different types of food next to a sign that says nourishment
Mrs Bosman’s Kindergarten Classroom
Show and Tell Classroom - Transient Art Table - Image credit Francis Bosman
australian aboriginal dreamtime story how the birds got their song and colors
Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story: How the Birds got their Songs and Colours
Looking for a cultural story for a class presentation or assembly? Want to have an accompanying art display? Everything you need is here! #dreamtime #Australia #Aboriginal
an image of some food that is on top of the table with it's contents
Rainstick Craft | Activity |
Make Your Own Rainstick
an image of different types of water symbols
smART Class
smART Class: aboriginal art - scroll down for a sample. Paint animal choice with black paint first and put dots on top of that. Need to try it this way!!!
an art work with circles and swirls on the bottom, which is in red
Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans
Free download of powerpoint: "Introduction to Aboriginal Art"
two hands are working on something with red and yellow dots
Aboriginal Art: to make it pre-k appropriate, maybe invite students to trace shapes from puzzles or other stencils, and then encourage them to dot around the traced line, and fill in the shape as wanted.