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My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish

My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish

This encourages kids to get out of the classroom and into the outdoors. Great activity that can also be used in art class.

This Mud Activity is Mom-Approved! | Educents Blog

This encourages kids to get out of the classroom and into the outdoors. Great activity that can also be used in art class.

Another experience that helps us celebrate NAIDOC week. We learnt more about dot painting by using natural things from our outdoor garden ❤️

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Naidoc Week is fast approaching and I was looking for some ways for our boys to learn about the Aboriginal people of Australia and their culture. I created these Aboriginal Symbol Stones that can be used in many ways for our boys to find out about the history of the the Aboriginal people. To create your own Aboriginal Dreamtime …

Aboriginal Symbol Stones

These Aboriginal Symbol Stones can be used in many ways for our boys to find out about the history of the the Aboriginal people.

There is so much about Australia that I love, however, I have always been interested in the beautiful art of our indigenous Australians . With this in mind I thought it might be fun for Possum and I to make our own version of the traditional musical instruments called clapping sticks. Suggested Age: 2 years + You will …

Aboriginal Clapping Sticks - Laughing Kids Learn

There is so much about Australia that I love, however, I have always been interested in the beautiful art of our indigenous Australians . With this in mind I thought it might be fun for Possum and I to make our own version of the traditional musical instruments called clapping sticks. Suggested Age: 2 years + You will …

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Atlanta Diversity Guide - Atlanta Life Magazine

Atlanta Diversity Magazine - Cultural diversity is alive in this great city, and we aim to bring all the coverage we can.

Australian Animal Sticker Search Discovery Tray - CleverPatch NAIDOC Week

Sticker Search Exploratory Tray

Sticker Search Exploratory Tray

Naidoc week

Naidoc week

Exploring examples of Aboriginal symbols used in many forms of art. The aim of this activity is to explore and appreciate the rich beauty of Aboriginal artwork and culture. It’s also a fantastic hands-on sensory and fine motor skills activity full of creativity! Feel welcome to join the conversation, we’d love to hear how your class can take this activity to the next level. #modernteachingaids #buildingknowledgetogether #sandart

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How to Make a Wattle flower Painting

How to Make a Wattle flower Painting

Australia Day is coming up soon, so I thought we would make some wattle paintings. We used a bunch of cotton buds dipped in yellow paint to make the wattle flowers. What you Need: Cotton buds Yello…

I’m always on the lookout for fun, crafty projects for the kiddos in my life. I love having them around ... keep reading!

Easy and Fun Salt Paintings Craft

Keep your crafty kids busy with this super easy project that uses things you probably already have at home! Salt paintings are so fun and we can show you how to make them super vibrant! It's kind of weird how I'm home all of the time and, yet, I'm not managing to get a whole lot of work done. I think a lot of it is the stress of not being able to get out. I'm going a weensy bit stir-crazy and so I flit from one project to another without really finishing anything or accomplishing much…