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Dot Painting Outlines for NAIDOC
DOT PAINTING OUTLINES for NAIDOCThis resource simply provides links to dot painting resources and provides animal outlines to help children create their own dot painting.NOTE: It is always best to invite a member of the local Aboriginal community to assist with this art but we understand that is not...
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Frilled Neck Lizards are a unique reptile found mostly in the tropical Northern half of Australia and parts of Papua New Guinea. When they are feeling frightened or defensive they puff out the frill around their neck, earning them their name. I don’t think I have ever been lucky enough to spot one of these creatures in it’s natural habitat in the wild, but one day I would like to. They are
NAIDOC Day 2013 The Rainbow Serpent created by me Donna Collier... Hand prints designed with coloured sea salt, coloured sand and paints
Australian Aboriginal Dot Painting: Art, ELA, Math and Culture
Simple, fun activities to introduce Australian art & animals. Incorporates counting to 100 & writing. US & Australian spelling included. #Australia #Australianart #dotpainting
Dreamtime Symbols - Aboriginal Australian Art & Culture
Information on Aboriginal Art & artists, australian aboriginal culture, didgeridoo, history and language.
Tech Teacher Pto3
Explore the history of Indigenous people of Australia through a timeline of Aboriginal History from first arrival to present day. Directly applies to the following curriculum strands in ACARA: YEAR 3 – History
1st Grade Rainsticks
Aboriginal art originates from Australia over 30,000 years ago. Aborigines began painting on rocks and inside caves with earth tone or neutral colors. Students learned that back then they couldn’t go to the store to buy paint; they had to find things in nature to make their own paint. Today Aboriginal Art has three main characteristics, dots, symbols and/or animals. Aborigines filled their space and did not leave any negative (empty space) in their art. The Aborigines used symbols in their…
Elementary school teaching resources for United States teachers - Teach Starter
Teaching Resource: A 31 page resource pack of posters, worksheets and activities to use in your classroom during NAIDOC Week.