Imagine you're an aborigine from Australia by creating a painted boomerang made out of cardboard!

Aboriginal Craft

First Grade Community & Cultures Activities: Aboriginal Craft

Idea for Aboriginal designs on drift wood... Something to do when they are done. If your an art teacher you know what I am talking about!

Inspired by Free People

DIY Colored Sticks - Ginette Lapalme has created beautiful DIY colored sticks by painting driftwood. This piece of art could be turned into a craft for kids that could .

Each student traced their own hand in pencil then broke up their hand into different shapes and patterns.T​hey traced over the pencil lines with black sharpie. We used colored pencils to color each shape in pushing down to make them bold and bright. I glued them down to a large piece of cardboard that was covered in black paper.

Love the unique decorations of these handprints! What a great "buddy" project to explore the idea of friendship in Judge Julie Truly. Each child will create on their level. They can take their handprints home.

Write a code for a friend. Visit Laughing Kids Learn: Aboriginal Clapping Sticks

Aboriginal Clapping Sticks

Aboriginal Art Graphic Symbols and Meanings - Creative Arts/HSIE Syllabuses: great for Stage 2 or Stage

Aboriginal Dream time story rocks

Create your own Dreamtime Story Stones - perfect for learning about our Indigenous history NAIDOC Week

Aboriginal art on a rock. Any elementary grade would love this. It would be awesome if it fits their curriculum

aboriginal art - lots of concentration needed for this one.

aboriginal style sea turtle paintings on rocks

Smith: Summer Sea Turtle Art Painted with white acrylic first then given to students to paint.

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Students use these symbols to create their own story. You could add other Indigenous symbols/meanings to increase the variety.