A You Tube video of the dreamtime story  "How the Kangaroo Got Her Pouch" + an Aboriginal art activity

Dreamtime Story: How the Kangaroo Got Her Pouch (video clip from You Tube) and Aboriginal art project to go with the story. from Australian Native Art

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.

Aboriginal Symbols

According to Aboriginal belief, all life as it is today - Human, Animal, Bird and Fish is part of one vast unchanging network of relationships which can be traced to the great spirit ancestors of the.

A classic book with great pictures for under fives. This book is based on a story told by Bardi woman Mary Albert to Aboriginal children living in Broome, Western Australia

Fishpond Australia, Aboriginal Story: How the Birds Got Their Colours by Mary Albert Pamela Lofts. Buy Books online: Aboriginal Story: How the Birds Got Their Colours, ISBN Mary Albert Pamela Lofts

Dreamtime Stories - Tiddalick The Frog

Dreamtime Story Animation "Tiddalick The Frog" for the Marambul Yuganha Exhibition at the Griffith campus of TAFE NSW Riverina Institute Exhibition Coo.

Dreamtime Stories - Biladurang The Platypus

Dreamtime Story Animations created for the Marambul Yuganha Exhibition at the Griffith campus of TAFE NSW Riverina Institute Exhibition Coordinator: Ca.

"W is for Wombat" by Bronwyn Bancroft.

Booktopia has W Is For Wombat, My First Australian Word Book by Bronwyn Bancroft. Buy a discounted Board Book of W Is For Wombat online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Big Rain Coming  Katrina Germein. illustrations Bronwyn Bancroft   "Everyone and everything is waiting for the rain.  Rosie's kids, the panting dogs, the green frogs, and Old Stephen, for he predicts its arrival.  But when will the big rain come?"

Big Rain Coming Katrina Germein. illustrations Bronwyn Bancroft "Everyone and everything is waiting for the rain. Rosie's kids, the panting dogs, the green frogs, and Old Stephen, for he predicts its arrival. But when will the big rain come?

Aboriginal Painting

Contemporary Aboriginal artists continue to use painting methods strongly based in tradition, such as ochres on bark, but also use more recent media such as acrylic or gouache on canvas and paper.

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