My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish
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Aboriginal Art Boomerang Design Sheet | Teaching Resources
Aboriginal Art Boomerang Design Sheet perfect for Primary or Ks3 pupils either as part of a project, stand alone lesson or cover work.
Sunday Art lessons-Aboriginal dot art
We began looking at Aboriginal art online....I just searched for Aboriginal dot art and found many images. I then found a template for a kangaroo (the fish is freehand) and printed that out onto cardstock. The kids painted this brown. We then used the eraser end of a pencil to add dots to our paintings. In the artwork we looked at the complete "canvas" was filled in with patterns of dots, but this is about how many dots the kids had patience for. Our finished projects. I think they came out…
ABC Radio National - Sharing our Stories
Sharing our stories, this site contains 6 Aboriginal dreaming stories. They are presented as either spoken or film texts.
For the Love of Art
These might just be the cutest little creatures I've seen my kids create! We used model magic to create the polar bears after discussing different poses and the parts of the bear. We rolled a sphere for the head, then pinched the snout and ears, we rolled a potato-like shape for the body, 4 "logs" for the legs, and a tiny sphere for the tail. Then we smushed it all together, and used scissors to cut claws, and black markers to make eyes, nose, and mouth. Next week we will add scarves and a…
Symbolism in Australian Indigenous Art
What do all the different symbols in Aboriginal Art mean? Artlanidsh Gallery takes a deeper look!
Aboriginal Style Paintings
Each student used a piece of brown paper to represent the rocks and natural materials used in indigenous cave art. Students placed one...
Intro Personal Stamp
Essential Question – How does folk art reflect the shared human experience across many cultures? I Can . . . study my family heritage, traditions, interest, religious belief, and American...
The more indigenous artworks I look at the more intrigued I get about all the symbols so I did some research and found out some of there meanings. Different indigenous cultures use different symbol…
Dreaming stories online
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