ROLL-AN-ABORIGINAL-DREAMING GAME - MULTICULTURAL COLLAGE ART ACTIVITY! - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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

This week’s Freebie Friday giveaway is a page of Indigenous games! These games provide a fun variation on more commonly-known western games like chasey, hide-and-seek, tunnel ball etc. As well as being an enjoyable and effective way to burn energy, this hands-on approach is a great way to teach students about this part of Indigenous culture.

This week’s Freebie Friday giveaway is a page of Indigenous games! These games provide a fun variation on more commonly-known western games like chasey, hide-and-seek, tunnel ball etc. As well as being an enjoyable and effective way to burn energy, this h

This week’s Freebie Friday giveaway is a page of Indigenous games! These games provide a fun variation on more commonly-known western games like chasey, hide-and-seek, tunnel ball etc. As well as being an enjoyable and effective way to burn energy, this hands-on approach is a great way to teach students about this part of Indigenous culture.

This week’s Freebie Friday giveaway is a page of Indigenous games! These games provide a fun variation on more commonly-known western games like chasey, hide-and-seek, tunnel ball etc. As well as being an enjoyable and effective way to burn energy, this h

An in depth video designed for school children to learn about what 'The Dreaming' is and what it means for the Indigenous Australian population.

Draft video for te Australian Museum for their Dreaming Stories. This is about Goorialla the Rainbow Serpent. The performers are my good friends and brothers: Gumaroy Newman, Eric Arthur Tamwoy (Turtle) and Norm Barsah.

"Being, Belonging & Becoming" (from Kinder Corner via Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/p/BQhKdInBpi7/?taken-by=kinder.corner)

This is such a lovely idea - everyone's handprints in a mobile. So many possibilities would the different color paint, but I do love this natural, earthy look.

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

A teacher from my school did this activity with her year 3s, to acknowledge National Sorry Day. Students were shown aboriginal symbols and then asked to draw them on their hands. This activity resulted in students learning about aboriginal culture. Well done Hannah! #NationalSorryDay #Aboriginalhistoryandculture #bestteacher

To acknowledge National Sorry Day. Students were shown aboriginal symbols and then asked to draw them on their hands. This activity resulted in students learning about aboriginal culture.

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