NAIDOC week 2016: Songlines
The theme for NAIDOC week 2016 is Songlines: The Living Narrative of our Nation. But what exactly are "Songlines"? For Aboriginal and ...
Making Our Philosophy of Learning Visible
We believe that building a culture of transparency connects us to our community in a powerful way that demonstrates our commitment to our earliest learners. In our ongoing effort to be transparent our early years team has created a philosophy display for families, visitors, and fellow educators to review. Through newsletters, Seesaw (documentation app), Twitter, Facebook,…
16 funtastic things kids can do with playdough (besides just rolling it)
Playdough is one of the hallmarks of a happy childhood. At just the mention of it I can instantly smell the salty, floury scent that was so familiar. The
Designing With Clutter Using Creative Methods
Tired of your clutter? Don't feel like throwing it away? Now you don't have to let your clutter sit around as an eye-sore and you still get to end up admiring it.
Aboriginal Australian bark painting....love the way these are hung!
Aboriginal Australian bark painting....love the way these are hung! by Kay Anne on Indulgy.com
Australian Aboriginal Symbols and Animal Playdough Mats | TpT
Perfect hands on activity for NAIDOC print and laminate to use with play dough or any other fine motor items. There are 30 mats included with Aboriginal symbols and Australian animals.You may also like :Australian Alphabet and Number Posters**I*******************************************************...
Home :: Classroom Decorations :: Celebrating NAIDOC Week In your Early Education Classroom
This resource is packed full of documents designed to make planning for documenting providing activities for and inspiring thought and creativity for celebrating NAIDOC week in your early childhood setting easy The resource contains over 100 editable word documents for programming and
Aboriginal Aussie Animals Memory Cards
Aboriginal Aussie Animals Memory Cards - Kurrajong Aboriginal Products - Supplied in handmade Aboriginal fabric bag. Different to other memory games, in that you match Aussie drawn animal with the Aboriginal traditional drawn animal. Great way for kids to appreciate Aboriginal art and culture. 16 pairs laminated