"Like" this resource for a discountLike this resource by using the social media icons & a discount will be applied to your purchase at checkout. Share This resource is packed full of documents designed to make planning for, documenting, providing activities for and inspiring thought and creativity for celebrating NAIDOC week in your early childhood …
FICTION. Nanberry by Jackie French. Carefully researched historical novel about an Aboriginal boy adopted by British officer not long after the arrival of the First Fleet. Some stunning passages about the impact of white settlement on the Aboriginal population, plus life in the colony. WARNING: some content makes this unsuitable for Stage 2 independent reading but it is a brilliant read-aloud.
Aboriginal Dreamtime Iconography Concentric circles = camp sites, waterholes or places of significance. Curved lines = rain or water traveling underground. Straight lines may = travelling; when joined w/ concentric circles may show ancestor pathways. A small "U" shaped figure may = person. Tracks, whether human or animal, are often shown as they appear on the ground. Lizards and snakes are seen from above.