My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish
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Provocation- Put simply, provocations provoke! They provoke thoughts, discussions, questions, interests, creativity and ideas. This activity might also be provoked by stories of the dreamtime - children could create their own story through their art.
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Painting with mud
On Sunday we went to Northey Street Village Markets, and Finn participated in some of the Earth Art activities that they were running for children. A wonderful and environmentally friendly idea to paint with a colour pallet made entirely of mud. The results were beautiful.
Invitation to play - set up a table with natural materials and small parts to inspire young (and not so young!) children to come and play. This is a great hands on, creative and child-led activity to go along with Australian and Indigenous studies, NAIDOC week, Australia Day, Sorry Day, Reconciliation week and more. Suitable for preschool, kinder, preps, natural learning, play based learning, homeschool/home education and just for fun!