Teaching Ideas and free resources on the R.I.C. blog
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.
Fun Australian Christmas activities for kids
To make your holiday decorations a little more local and a little less northern hemisphere, use things found in your own backyard.
Hats off to Fascinators! | Arona Khan Creative
My love of ribbons has resulted in me adding another string to my bow - fascinators! You can either make your own at a masterclass or I will create a bespoke design for you.
Educating Kids on Instagram: “Aboriginal Dreamtime stories are a learning pathway to build our knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal Australia. #aboriginal…”
620 Likes, 9 Comments - Educating Kids (@educating_kids) on Instagram: “Aboriginal Dreamtime stories are a learning pathway to build our knowledge and understanding of…”
500+ Crafts - DIY - Easy Stuff ideas in 2021 | helpful hints, group boards, how to grow your hair faster
Jan 29, 2021 - All contributors must pin to categories or they will be removed. HELPFUL HINTS. Group boards are a great way to build your following. Get instant content, credibility and connections to thousands of pinners. Group Board Instructions: Come join us! To be given permission to pin to this board send an email to email@example.com with 1). your pinterest url e.g. "www.pinterest/xxxx" and 2. the name of the board you would like to join. See more ideas about helpful hints…
Paper Mâché Rain Sticks
Our student teacher, Ms. G, planned and taught a fabulous paper mâché sculpture lesson for us. Interactive rain sticks were an absolute hit!...
Educational and Communication Programs | Aboriginal Merchandise
Yarning benefits our young people, our Elders and everyone in-between. The Let's Have A Yarn With Yarn® program is suitable for all of us
How to make Japanese Paper Dolls "Ningyogami"
In my previous post I took a photo of some Japanese paper dolls or otherwise known as Ningyogami that I had made for my daughter. I haven't made them for a while but I wanted to teach my daughter how to make them to give to her friends and teachers at school. It's her last year in primary school and next year she'll be going off to study back home so the dolls were just little gifts to give away. Anyway, this is my first step-by-step tutorial so here it goes. What you need. * Wrapping paper…
Forming Our Kindergarten Community Through Play
On the first day, we all came together as strangers. It’s quite scary walking into a room full of people that you have never met before. They have so many feelings at this time. They are excited, nervous, anxious, sad, happy, curious and overwhelmed. And so am I! The first thing I have to do is start building a community where they feel safe (both physically and emotionally) and secure. We have to start getting to know each other and building relationships. What better way to begin building…