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.

Lovely way to incorporate indigenous play into the classroom! These could be used for matching or for storytelling!

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

This map points out the Aboriginal tribes that existed in Australia in 1836 and their locations. The downside to this map is the small type that appears here. This map came from the Australian Government’s atlas which is full of different historical and physical maps. Australian was first discovered in 1606 but wasn’t colonized until 1788. Around the time of this map, 1836, the states were beginning to appear as separate colonies and the Aborigine populations began to decline.

This map points out the Aboriginal tribes that existed in Australia in 1836 and their locations. The downside to this map is the small type that appears here. This map came from the Australian Government’s atlas which is full of different historical and p

NAIDOC Week: Exploring dreamtime stores through dramatic play

_______Student________ This is a visual prompt for students to respond to the special stories, key historical concepts and skills with the immediate use of the environment around them.

An educational and heartwarming read, this story follows Mary, a young Aboriginal girl who lives on dusty cattle station. When Mary is shunned by other Indigenous girls for her fair skin, Old Ned, a community elder, comes to her rescue. Touching upon the themes of multiculturalism and prejudice, this narrative utilizes Old Ned's voice to demonstrate that family, community, country, culture, and sp...

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This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia.

Save the Children Australia is committed to closing the gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families. As a supporter, during National Reconciliation Week, show your support by sharing this image or making it your profile photo.

Save the Children Australia is committed to closing the gap for Aboriginal and…


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