A great, fun way to explore aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. Great activity for NAIDOC week.

Listens to Aboriginal stories and songs and views Aboriginal artworks and dance. My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip

Naidoc week collaborative art @erinewing50 could do with whole centre?

Pin This pin represents an incredible collaborative art activity that allows children to see and embrace the culture of Aboriginal Australia, which the EYLF recognises as promoting a greater understanding of Indigenous culture.

An interactive online educational resource, aligned to the Australian Curriculum: Science representing Aboriginal seasonal knowledge

ABORIGINAL SEASONS: Capturing traditional ecological knowledge in northern Australia. A series of calendars representing Aboriginal seasonal knowledge.

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Do you know where you live? – Aboriginal Australia Map

Australian Aboriginals's Photo from September aboriginal map.Australian Aboriginal Map showing various Tribal areas Check out our photo gallery.

Australian Picture Books: You and Me: Our Place. I love it because it depicts a clear picture, to young readers, about how part of the aboriginal culture and Australian culture is now, not in the past.

You and Me: Our Place. You and Me: Our place is about difference - old and new cultures that exist side by side - but more importantly it is about sameness. By Leonie Norrington and Dee Huxley. Located at CL/NORR

This is a great unit for the younger students to explore the Australian Aboriginal traditions and customs.

NAIDOC Aboriginal Activities

This unit is a great resource to introduce Aboriginal customs and traditions for the younger students. This can be used for NAIDOC week or anytime of the year that you want to explore some Aboriginal traditions.


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