Australian Indigenous Art: Aboriginal Dot Painting
Learn about Australian Indigenous Art by viewing galleries of Papunya art, a video of an aboriginal artist, and then try your own dot painting!
Collins for Education, Revision, Dictionaries, Atlases & ELT
Lovely activity exploring aboriginal art - taken from Belair On Display Art Inspired by Different Cultures
Tin cans covered with aboriginal paper and contact. If you are using the tin cans with children you need to ensure there are no sharp edges that can be dangerous. A good tip is to use an old fashioned can opener to run around the edge of the can to make it smooth and safe for handling. These cans are practical and great for promoting culture and sustainability.
Hi everyone, I know it's been a while since my last post….. a lot has been happening for me…..mostly going back to full time teaching has been TOUGH (not the teaching part but the juggling of my three favourite little people) and getting settled in a new country :-) I have also felt very creatively squashed at the school I am currently working at……….BUT I have recently found out that I have a NEW job for next year (in January over here), teaching Kindergarten……I am too excited for words! I…
National Reconciliation Week - Book Lists - Reading Matters
A great collection of fabulous books from Australian Indigenous Authors and illustrators. Perfect for sharing during Reconciliation Week in particular.
Love this idea of talking stones from Little Leaves: passed from one child to another 'round the circle.. 'From you I receive to you I give together we share by this we live'