Hello! I know, I've been gone for a while. Sorry about that. You know I have been reorganizing my room. I was at school every day last ...

Hello! I know, I've been gone for a while. Sorry about that. You know I have been reorganizing my room. I was at school every day last ...

Intended for ages 6 and upwards, this illustrated book invites children to closely observe the birds, plants, and animals that inhabit the unique environment of Kakadu, in the northern territory of Australia, by presenting the six Aboriginal seasons and their characteristics. It also explores educational themes including seasons in the tropics.

Intended for ages 6 and upwards, this illustrated book invites children to closely observe the birds, plants, and animals that inhabit the unique environment of Kakadu, in the northern territory of Australia, by presenting the six Aboriginal seasons and their characteristics. It also explores educational themes including seasons in the tropics.

Thinking about traditional indigenous child rearing - baby doll in coolamon in home corner at Pied Piper Preschool

Thinking about traditional indigenous child rearing - baby doll in coolamon in home corner at Pied Piper Preschool

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

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


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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

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

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This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

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