Australian Aboriginal Rain Sticks
do each footprint as the two sides of Australia walking together
Aboriginal symbols on rocks for children to play with. NAIDOC week.
Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or for storytelling!
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").
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A great collection of fabulous books from Australian Indigenous Authors and illustrators. Perfect for sharing during Reconciliation Week in particular.
Australian Picture Books: You and Me: Our Place. I love it because it depicts a clear picture, to young readers, about how part of the aboriginal culture and Australian culture is now, not in the past.
Image: A beautiful picture that represents the different indigenous languages of Australia. Could be used for an idea in "representing data".
Yulunga: Traditional Indigenous Games. Launched by the Australian Sports Commission in July 2008.