Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or for storytelling!

Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or prompts in literacy.

Activities for a new class! Get the children to design one or two hands :)

Back to School Bash

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

Aboriginal Astronomy Project - evidence and explanation that Indigenous Australians were the first astronomers. Many ways to incorporate Indigenous Perspectives into your Australian Curriculum units of work in science.

Aboriginal Astronomy Project - evidence and explanation that Indigenous Australians were the first astronomers. Many ways to incorporate Indigenous Perspectives into your Australian Curriculum units of work in science.

Twelve Canoes: Seasons This is a rich resource about the seasons of the Yolngu people of north-east Arnhem Land. Its centrepiece is a short film narrated by a Yolngu storyteller describing some of the different seasons and what happens in those seasons. He explains that the seasons are not about the passing of time, but about how different things in nature work together and tell the people what to do.

12 Canoes is a broadband website presenting, in an artistic, cultural and educational context, the stories, art and environment of the Yolngu people who live around the Arafura swamp in north-eastern Arnhem Land.

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The Sydney Golden Wattle (Acacia longifolia) - when it flowers, the Aboriginal people of the Sydney area know it is time to fish for mullet.

The Sydney Golden Wattle (Acacia longifolia) - when it flowers, the Aboriginal people of the Sydney area know it is time to fish for mullet.

Sarsaparilla (Smilax glyciphylla). We use the sarsaparilla (waraburra to Eora people) for medicine, drinking. It cures internal pains like belly-ache. You boil up the water, put the leaves in it and let it boil. You let the leaves just go cold in it and then you bottle it. People are selling it now for bush medicine and some people have been using it for cancers. Ruth Simms

Sarsaparilla (Smilax glyciphylla). We use the sarsaparilla (waraburra to Eora people) for medicine, drinking. It cures internal pains like belly-ache. You boil up the water, put the leaves in it and let it boil. You let the leaves just go cold in it and then you bottle it. People are selling it now for bush medicine and some people have been using it for cancers. Ruth Simms

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