NAIDOC

NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee) Week is an Australian observance lasting from the first Sunday in July until the following Sunday. NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. At Fun Day Out we embrace Naidoc Week and would like to share some wonderful ideas for your children, including OOSH children all around Australia.
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Lovely for your new class. If anyone knows the origin please post the link. I'd love to give them the credit.

Beginning of the school year art project!- photo only- could be hung in the hallway or make it your classroom door decoration

How to make popsicle turtles using three sticks and God's Eye Weaving Pattern

Weaving Cute Baby Turtles Using God's Eye Weaving Pattern

How to make popsicle turtles using three sticks and God's Eye Weaving Pattern - cute craft stick weaving idea!

Aboriginal Art

From exhibit "Aboriginal Art, Grade 4 - eraser dots mosaic - each child assigned a different color like the fingerprints

Painted Sticks Craft - DIY Inspiration - Nature Crafts for Kids | Small for Big

worth 1000 words: painting all the sticks

DIY Kids Boho's & Indians Boredom Buster that also helps kids be in nature! Painted Sticks Craft - DIY Inspiration - Nature Crafts for Kids

Practice pattern and texture doing this activity. Talk about Native American, African or Australian/Aboriginal art (appreciation) and as a reference. Lentils, beans and dried vegetables to create a mosaic in a CD case.  Glue in place, let dry and close cover. Glue will dry clear

Practice pattern and texture doing this activity. Talk about Native American, African or Australian/Aboriginal art (appreciation) and as a reference. Lentils, beans and dried vegetables to create a mosaic in a CD case. Glue in place, let dry and close co

aboriginal art :: This art project rocks. For other 2016 NAIDOC ideas for your OOSH for Sydney & Surrounds go to http://eepurl.com/b0qZcz

Australia crafts for kids - Aboriginal art has been around for many hundreds of thousands of years. Aboriginal rock carvings and paintings date back at least years, and tell the stories of the artists who painted them.

dot painting

Best viewed on black background - Gecko created by repetitive pattern of dots. I used the end of wooden pencils, small toothpicks and Q-tips to create the various dot sizes. Inspiration was Australian aboriginal dot painting.

Aboriginal art has been around for many hundreds of thousands of years. Aboriginal rock carvings and paintings date back at least 30,000 years, and tell the stories of the artists who painted them.

Australia crafts for kids - Aboriginal art has been around for many hundreds of thousands of years. Aboriginal rock carvings and paintings date back at least years, and tell the stories of the artists who painted them.

Ayers Rock Australia Collage- Kid World Citizen

Colorful Collages of the World's Natural Wonders

Australia Craft - Ayers Rock Australia Collage- Kid World Citizen (geography, homeschool, preschool)

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