Here is a beautiful invitation to play and explore. The inclusion of this culturally specific way of communicating open a dialogue of the "many facets of natural language.." (Directorate for Education - OECD, 2004).
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Pin 7- Linking Together for Aboriginal Children: Listening and learning to form partnerships with Aboriginal families and communities provides educators in children’s services with advice, information and tips to work better with Aboriginal families and to form links with the Aboriginal community in their area. Promoting ATSI culture in early childhood is a part of respecting diversity.