This week’s Freebie Friday giveaway is a page of Indigenous games! These games provide a fun variation on more commonly-known western games like chasey, hide-and-seek, tunnel ball etc. As well as being an enjoyable and effective way to burn energy, this hands-on approach is a great way to teach students about this part of Indigenous culture.

This week’s Freebie Friday giveaway is a page of Indigenous games! These games provide a fun variation on more commonly-known western games like chasey, hide-and-seek, tunnel ball etc. As well as being an enjoyable and effective way to burn energy, this h

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Yarn Craft Ideas to Keep the Kids Busy

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.

Communication processes to accommodate diverse groups - Stories and narrative are an integral part of Aboriginal culture and it is a good way to interact with Aboriginal children

What makes a place special? Dreamtime: dreaming stories contain rich explanations of land formations, animal behaviour and plant remedies and pass on important knowledge, cultural values and belief systems.

Naidoc Week is fast approaching and I was looking for some ways for our boys to learn about the Aboriginal people of Australia and their culture. I created these Aboriginal Symbol Stones that can be used in many ways for our boys to find out about the history of the the Aboriginal people. To create your own Aboriginal Dreamtime …

Aboriginal Symbol Stones

This pack includes vocabulary cards and note booking pages, covering nine Aboriginal Symbols. You can find out how we used this pack here: Aboriginal Symbol Stones.

Teachers working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) students, or those wishing to incorporate more ATSI history and culture, may be interested in 'Eight Aboriginal ways of learning'. It describes ways teachers can use culturally-appropriate frameworks to develop teaching and learning activities and give students a deeper understanding of ATSI culture.

Teachers working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) students, or those wishing to incorporate more ATSI history and culture, may be interested in 'Eight Aboriginal ways of learning'. It describes ways teachers can use culturally-appropriate frameworks to develop teaching and learning activities and give students a deeper understanding of ATSI culture.

Eight Aboriginal ways of learning

Eight Aboriginal ways of learning

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