Indigenous Rainbow Serpents

Yarn-wrapped, cardboard snakes make a for a fun meditative activity for children that can then double as a prop in imaginary play games or classroom decor.

An interactive online educational resource, aligned to the Australian Curriculum: Science representing Aboriginal seasonal knowledge

ABORIGINAL SEASONS: Capturing traditional ecological knowledge in northern Australia. A series of calendars representing Aboriginal seasonal knowledge.

Australian Picture Books: You and Me: Our Place. I love it because it depicts a clear picture, to young readers, about how part of the aboriginal culture and Australian culture is now, not in the past.

You and Me: Our Place. You and Me: Our place is about difference - old and new cultures that exist side by side - but more importantly it is about sameness. By Leonie Norrington and Dee Huxley. Located at CL/NORR

Creating A Text About The Seasons - A Writing Lesson for Year 2/3 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Fishpond Australia, Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo by Alison Lester (Illustrated ) Alison Lester. Buy Books online: Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo, ISBN Alison Lester (Illustrated by) Alison Lester

Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story: How the Birds got t

Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story: How the Birds got their Songs and Colors

Aboriginal Dreamtime Stories Unit of Lesson Plans - Year 3 and 4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of Lesson Plans: This series of lesson plans will allow students to explore and analyse traditional Aboriginal Dreamtime Stories. Upon completion

Australia Bundle - Over 60 pages of Australian activities, information slides, worksheets and printables.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bundle explore history, culture and art

Year 2 Archives - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Big Rain Coming by Katrina Germein - An Integrated Maths and Science Lesson for - Australian Curriculum Lessons

My Little Bookcase | Blog | Aussie Book Lists: Australian History for Young Readers : A love of reading starts with one special story

Fishpond Australia, Stolen Girl by Norma MacDonald (Illustrated ) Trina Saffioti. Buy Books online: Stolen Girl, ISBN Norma MacDonald (Illustrated by) Trina Saffioti

Aboriginal Images - A Cultural Lesson for Years 3/4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Aboriginal Images ~ A Cultural Lesson Plan Years Summary of lesson plan: Students will analyse an Aboriginal Image. They will use their detective skills to work out what is happening

Summary: This lesson adopts an integrated approach to teaching science, incorporating picture story books and maths concepts.  The lesson aims to expand

Katrina Germein grew up in Adelaide. In she began teaching in the Northern Territory at Minyerri, a remote Aboriginal community near Katrina the setting for BIG RAIN COMING. Katrina lives and works at Raminging Community in Arnhem Land.

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CBCA Book of the Year Awards 2015 - Honourary Mention (Older Readers Category) Rosie and Nona are sisters. Yapas. They are also best friends. It doesn't matter that Rosie is white and Nona is Aboriginal: their family connections tie them together for life. When a political announcement highlights divisions between the Aboriginal community and the mining town, Rosie is put in a difficult position: will she be forced to choose between her first love and her oldest friend?

After several staff members read, and loved, Clare Atkins' debut novel Nona and Me, we were excited to make it our Young Adult Book of the Month. Here, Clare talks on the challenges of setting a book in an Aboriginal community.