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Play Based Inquiry

Invitation to play... Map making! Map making is huge in our class this week... Does anyone else find this is a frequently occurring interest?

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

These Aboriginal Symbol Stones can be used in many ways for our boys to find out about the history of the the Aboriginal people.

Setting up a small world based on the popular story "Wombat Stew". I need to add…

Ronnie on Instagram: “Setting up a small world based on the popular story "Wombat Stew". I need to add some gum nuts and emu feathers and it will be ready for my…”

15 Likes, 3 Comments - Ronnie (@ronnicraft) on Instagram: “Setting up a small world based on the popular story "Wombat Stew". I need to add some gum nuts and…”

indigenous australian art for kids

indigenous australian art for kids

Aboriginal dot painting on stones

Aboriginal dot painting on stones

A pot of delicious stew is bubbling away on the stovetop! at St Helens District High School Kindergarten ≈≈

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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.

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.

Wombat stew dramatic play for Investigations. The kids were re-enacting wombat stew with the kinetic sand last term, so I lifted it up a notch.

Wombat stew dramatic play for Investigations. The kids were re-enacting wombat stew with the kinetic sand last term, so I lifted it up a notch.

Imaginative Play: Australian Outback

Imaginative Play: Australian Outback

Pinay Homeschooler is a blog that shares homeschool and afterschool activity of kids from babies to elementary level.

Teaching Resource: A simple Acknowledgement of Country poster to display in your classroom.

Acknowledgement of Country Poster Teaching Resource | Teach Starter

A simple Acknowledgement of Country poster to display in your classroom.

A map of Australia, clearly illustrating the states and territories and major cities. Australia is divided into 6 states including the island state of Tasmania and two territories including the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory

Australia Printable, Blank Maps, Outline Maps • Royalty Free

Free Royalty free clip art World, US, State, County, World Regions, Country and Globe maps that can be downloaded to your computer for design, illustrations, presentations, websites, scrapbooks, craft, school, education projects. Also includes printable and blank maps, flags, CIA World Factbook maps, and Antique Historical maps

This is some WHITE tree, unnaturally so; yes? Lovely, it's my 1st time meeting such a tree! I thought it might be a Birch from North America, that are fast dying out, because peeps have been peeling the paper-like bark since I was a kid; thereby making it susceptible to weather and insects; and suspected that it had been Photoshopped, white! ~js

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Masks for Wombat Stew

Masks for Wombat Stew

The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia. When your entire field of view…

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The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia. When your entire field of view is taken up by the iridescent colour of this reef, you can’t help but think what an incredible world we live in. Photo by...