Teach kids aboriginal art symbols, and have kids paint aboriginal art symbols on a set of stones to use to play tic tac toe (also called "ngaka ngaka", which means "look look").

Geography for Kids: Australia - Teach kids aboriginal art symbols, and have kids paint aboriginal art symbols on a set of stones to use to play tic tac toe (also called "ngaka ngaka", which means "look look").

Hands On Geography from Planet Smarty Pants - Australia #countrystudies

Hands On Geography – Australia

A mini country study for Australia with book suggestions, aboriginal art project and additional activity resources.

Make a mini boomerang. Instructions and printables.

How to Make Mini-Boomerangs

See how to make mini-boomerangs that really fly and return to the thrower! The project includes printable patterns and ideas for aerodynamic experiments.

cute koala kraft-have kids cut out koala bodies from pattern (paper or felt) and use pom poms for ears

Children’s arts and crafts, activities. I love the ears on this koala: Creative Steps Magazine

Provocation / an invitation to play. Have the picture there and allow t he children to re create what they see. Moving away from stencilled factory like artwork - it's all about the KIDS!

Provocation / an invitation to play. Have the picture there and allow t he children to re create what they see.

Aboriginal Mask- art

Kids learn about Australia as they make their own Australian Aboriginal mask. Aboriginal artists used dots of color in their paintings.

Aboriginal Elder - Male These dolls are beautifully hand-made that are ideal for kids to learn about Australia's indigenous people and their dynamic culture. Each doll is dressed and painted in Aboriginal illustrations and come with a little name tag and explanation of what their names means in English.  The perfect accompaniment to a dreamtime story book.  All dolls are made by local Indigenous ladies and no two dolls are the same. They are made to last a lifetime.

Aboriginal Elder - Male These dolls are beautifully hand-made. Each doll is dressed and painted in Aboriginal illustrations,made by local Indigenous ladies and no two dolls are the same. They are made to last a lifetime.

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