Exploring indigenous symbols at Pied Piper Preschool

PIN A great activity for children that explores indigenous symbols, enhancing their understanding of indigenous Australian culture.

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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

NAIDOC week classroom ideas

Australian Aboriginal symbols and their meanings. I have always been interested in alphabets, symbols, and icons.

Learning counting with natural resources and indigenous animals

Using a range of materials for counting with Wiradjuri language counting cards at Pied Piper Preschool


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

Naidoc week collaborative art @erinewing50 could do with whole centre?

Pin This pin represents an incredible collaborative art activity that allows children to see and embrace the culture of Aboriginal Australia, which the EYLF recognises as promoting a greater understanding of Indigenous culture.

Aboriginal Australian Rain Sticks - Sculpture - Paper towel rolls, paper-mache, paint, feathers etc

a fabulous paper mâché sculpture lesson for us. Interactive rain sticks were an absolute hit! From the toothpick and cardboard tube construction to the Australian aboriginal-inspired end caps, we love every minute of it!

Aboriginal symbols on rocks for children to play with. NAIDOC week.

Students can study aboriginal symbols and transfer them onto rocks to be added to a rock garden that the whole school contributes as a part of NADOC week celebrations.

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

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