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Teach Art: Aboriginal Art History Game {NAIDOC Week Activities & Art Sub Plans}

There is so much about Australia that I love, however, I have always been interested in the beautiful art of our indigenous Australians . With this in mind I thought it might be fun for Possum and I to make our own version of the traditional musical instruments called clapping sticks.    Suggested Age: 2 years + You will …

Aboriginal Clapping Sticks

Aboriginal Clapping Sticks are an easy Australian craft that toddlers will love - both making and playing with afterwards. From @ LaughingKidsLearn

It is NAIDOC Week. A time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements. Dot painting is a fun and creative craft to do with your kids. It is quite repetitive and the …

It is NAIDOC Week. A time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements. Dot painting is a fun and creative craft to do with your kids. It is quite repetitive and the …

Australian Aboriginal Art Dot Paintings Symbols Aboriginal Artwork Drawings & Sculpture

Australian Aboriginal Art Dot Paintings Symbols Aboriginal Artwork Drawings & Sculpture

Traditional aboriginal music and dance

High Context culture (Traditional Aboriginal Dances) in a Low Context Culture (mainstream Australian Society).

A teacher from my school did this activity with her year 3s, to acknowledge National Sorry Day. Students were shown aboriginal symbols and then asked to draw them on their hands. This activity resulted in students learning about aboriginal culture. Well done Hannah! #NationalSorryDay #Aboriginalhistoryandculture #bestteacher

To acknowledge National Sorry Day. Students were shown aboriginal symbols and then asked to draw them on their hands. This activity resulted in students learning about aboriginal culture.

How the Birds Got Their Colours Activity Sheets and Printables - This resource is the perfect teaching companion for the Aboriginal Dreamtime story, 'How the Birds Got Their Colours', told by Pamela Lofts and Mary Albert.

This resource is the perfect teaching companion for the Aboriginal Dreamtime story, 'How the Birds Got Their Colours', told by Pamela Lofts and Mary Albert. It is ideal for NAIDOC activities or an Indigenous Text study.

This is the aboriginal symbol for meeting place. Idea to diy print onto a rustic chopping board or have it engraved.

This is the aboriginal symbol for meeting place. Idea to diy print onto a rustic chopping board or have it engraved.


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