Art Lesson for kindergarten. Creating a work of art solely using dots. Art history connections to Aboriginal Dot paintings and pointillism. ~ great extension for the book - The Dot

Use with book Dots Art Lesson for kindergarten. Creating a work of art solely using dots. Art history connections to Aboriginal Dot paintings and pointillism. ~ great extension for the book - The Dot

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

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

Australian Aboriginal Rain Sticks

DIVERSITY: a fabulous paper mâché sculpture lesson for us. Interactive rain sticks were an absolute hit! From the toothpick and cardboard tube construction to the Australian aboriginal-inspired end caps, we love every minute of it!

Australia: Teach kids aboriginal art symbols, and have kids paint aboriginal art symbols on a set of stones to use to play tic tac toe (also called "ngaka ngaka", which means "look look").

Geography for Kids: Australia - Teach kids aboriginal art symbols, and have kids paint aboriginal art symbols on a set of stones to use to play tic tac toe (also called "ngaka ngaka", which means "look look").

Excellent explanation of The Dreaming by indigenous Australians

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.

Great Kindergarten Lesson on "The Dot" also look at "Dots" in other art -- Aboriginal Art, Georges Seurat, Kandinsky.

kindergarten: Creating a work of art solely using large and small dots. A great way to practice cutting and painting circles/dots. Art history connections:Aboriginal Dot paintings and pointillism. Literary connection: The Dot

This is a great unit for the younger students to explore the Australian Aboriginal traditions and customs.

NAIDOC Aboriginal Activities

This unit is a great resource to introduce Aboriginal customs and traditions for the younger students. This can be used for NAIDOC week or anytime of the year that you want to explore some Aboriginal traditions.

books and activities

Storytime: Australian Animals!

Two-gether Tales Who Ate all the Cookie Dough? by Karen Beaumont Kanga and her friends try to discover who ate all of her cookie dough.

And Kangaroo Played His Didgeridoo - brilliant book with rhyming verse.  Its a story about huge party at Uluru with all the native Australian animals travelling to get there.

And Kangaroo Played His Didgeridoo - brilliant book with rhyming verse. Its a story about huge party at Uluru with all the native Australian animals travelling to get there.

Aboriginal craft for children

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