AWESOME site of Aboriginal dreamtales (animated to go along with storyteller video) with study guides

Dust Echoes: Ancient Stories, New Voices - a series of 12 beautifully animated dreamtime stories from Central Arnhem Land, telling stories of love, loyalty, duty to country and aboriginal custom and law.

Explore the history of Indigenous people of Australia through a timeline of Aboriginal History from first arrival to present day. Directly applies to the following curriculum strands in ACARA: YEAR 3 – History

George WASHINGTON CARVER foldables and Roll-the-dice activity {Mini-Unit}

Sharing Culture Education Resources for Teaching and Learning Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Language - Home

Sharing Culture Education Resources for Teaching and Learning Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Language

Themed unit on Australia. Includes State Territory's, capital cities, national flowers emblems, famous landmarks, information on Aboriginals and the First Fleet. Great unit for casual teachers, or as a whole class unit when studying Australia. Includes Literacy, Numeracy Art activities.

Exploring Australia Activity Pack

Our culture | Sections | Share Our Pride. Explaining family and kinship. Aboriginal and Torres Island Strait families.

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.

Aboriginal Education

Indigenous education is often based around these core principles. This should be used when using the native environment.

NAIDOC Aboriginal Activities from The Resource Queen on TeachersNotebook.com - (46 pages) - This is a fun unit for the younger student to explore the culture and traditions of the Australian Aborigines. Perfect for celebrating NAIDOC week.

This unit is a great resource to introduce Aboriginal customs and traditions for the younger students. This can be used for NAIDOC week or anytime of the year that you want to explore some Aboriginal traditions.


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