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Aboriginal Colouring Pages

Aboriginal Colouring Pages gifted to Brisbane Kids by local indigenous artists for the free non commercial enjoyment of Kids in Brisbane

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Learning about other cultures through their art and pairing it with English and Geography. Aboriginal Art is a fantastic topic for children. They will learn a little about who the Australian Aboriginals are, their symbols and what and how they paint.

The more indigenous artworks I look at the more intrigued I get about all the symbols so I did some research and found out some of there meanings. Different indigenous cultures use different symbol…

Symbols

Different indigenous cultures use different symbols to tell stories and keep their stories for future generations. Singing, dancing, body paint and art drawings all contain different meanings and symbols to continue telling their stories.

The Bidi Katitjiny Aboriginal Women’s Trail runs through an area of Piney Lakes Reserve which was utilised by Noongar women throughout the year, over the Noongar six seasons. The Noongar six seasons each represent a different period of activity dependant on the weather and the cycles of nature.

The Bidi Katitjiny Aboriginal Women’s Trail runs through an area of Piney Lakes Reserve which was utilised by Noongar women throughout the year, over the Noongar six seasons. The Noongar six seasons each represent a different period of activity dependant on the weather and the cycles of nature.

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Most surviving texts in the Egyptian language are primarily written in the hieroglyphic script.

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