My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish

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

Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or for storytelling!

Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or prompts in literacy.

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This video is about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders family and Kinship. It is a short clip that explains how Aboriginal kinship is different to Australian kinship. It also details how to understand Aboriginal kinship.

Dreaming stories online

What makes a place special? Dreamtime: dreaming stories contain rich explanations of land formations, animal behaviour and plant remedies and pass on important knowledge, cultural values and belief systems.

Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story: How the Birds got t

Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story: How the Birds got their Songs and Colors

App uncovers the secrets of Australia’s 500 nations | NITV

App Indigenous Australian cultures passed on their stories through word of mouth, but now we can learn about them at the push of a button.

Rock art stencil images

Contemporary Aboriginal artists continue to use painting methods strongly based in tradition, such as ochres on bark, but also use more recent media such as acrylic or gouache on canvas and paper.

Cover of You and Me: Our Place

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

Sand Painting

Aboriginal Art Online has information and comment about Aboriginal art, cultures and society.

Unit of work for Year 1 by Helen Chatto on Yirruwa Yirrilikenuma-Iangwa/When We Go Walkabout by Rhoda Lalara and Alfred Lalara.

Yirruwa Yirrilikenuma-Iangwa/When We Go Walkabout - Reading Australia - free unit of work in progress

Bruce Pascoe

Drawing from the accounts of early explorers, author Bruce Pascoe interview about Aboritinal Australian agriculture including low water grains and rice, irrigation and more (ABC Conversation Hour)

Before white settlers arrived, Australia's indigenous peoples lived in houses and villages, and used surprisingly sophisticated architecture and design methods to build their shelters, new research has found.

Scientist debunks nomadic Aborigine 'myth'

A picture in Dr Memmot's book shows an Aboriginal man sitting in the doorway of a dome-shaped building

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