Wooden Australian animals on brown sand with rocks, wood and leaves. Looked amazing!

Wooden Australian animals on brown sand with rocks, wood and leaves. Looked amazing!

Learn about the meaning of Aboriginal Symbols - CleverPatch. Simple activity for NAIDOC Week

Aboriginal Symbol Discovery Tray - Learn about the meaning of Aboriginal Symbols - CleverPatch. Simple activity for NAIDOC Week

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!

Invitation to play - set up a table with natural materials and small parts to…

Bark painting inspired from indigenous artwork by Room 6. A sign saying "Bark is natures paper" is hung above, as a lovely reminder that creative resources are all around us. - Gowrie Victoria

Bark painting inspired from indigenous artwork by Barrawarn room. A sign saying "Bark is natures paper" is hung above, as a lovely reminder that creative resources are all around us.

Another experience that helps us celebrate NAIDOC week. We learnt more about dot painting by using natural things from our outdoor garden ❤️

Another experience that helps us celebrate NAIDOC week. We learnt more about dot painting by using natural things from our outdoor garden ❤️

Footprints FDC

Footprints FDC

How the Birds got their Colours - beginning, middle, end

Recently I worked with my Kindergarten students on the dreamtime story "How the Birds got their Colours". I read them the story .

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