Modern Teaching Aids on Instagram: “Exploring examples of Aboriginal symbols used in many forms of art. The aim of this activity is to explore and appreciate the rich beauty…”
Exploring examples of Aboriginal symbols used in many forms of art. The aim of this activity is to explore and appreciate the rich beauty of Aboriginal artwork and culture. It’s also a fantastic hands-on sensory and fine motor skills activity full of creativity! Feel welcome to join the conversation, we’d love to hear how your class can take this activity to the next level. #modernteachingaids #buildingknowledgetogether #sandart
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
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Tin cans covered with aboriginal paper and contact. If you are using the tin cans with children you need to ensure there are no sharp edges that can be dangerous. A good tip is to use an old fashioned can opener to run around the edge of the can to make it smooth and safe for handling. These cans are practical and great for promoting culture and sustainability.
Home :: Classroom Decorations :: Celebrating NAIDOC Week In your Early Education Classroom
This resource is packed full of documents designed to make planning for, documenting, providing activities for and inspiring thought and creativity for celebrating NAIDOC week in your early childhood setting easy.The resource contains over 100 editable word documents for programming and documentation, posters, art activities, colouring pages, and learning experiences to help you to celebrate the culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The pack includes the…
Box Jelly Fish
The Indo-Pacific or Australian box jellyfish (Chironex Fleckeri) is claimed to be the most venomous marine animal known to mankind and its sting is often fatal. This extremely poisonous marine stinger frequents Australia\'s northern oceans all year round; however it is particularly prevalent during the ‘Wet Season’ from about November through to April.rnA fully grown box jelly fish can measure up to 20 cms long, and 30 cms in diameter through the body, with tentacles up to 3 metres in…