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Do you know where you live? – Aboriginal Australia Map

Do you know where you live? – Aboriginal Australia Map

Australian Aboriginal Map - Here's a map showing all the Aboriginal regions of Australia. Very detailed.

The Bidi Katitjiny Aboriginal Women’s Trail runs through an area of Piney Lakes Reserve which was utilised by Noongar women throughout the year, over the Noongar six seasons. The Noongar six seasons each represent a different period of activity dependant on the weather and the cycles of nature.

The Bidi Katitjiny Aboriginal Women’s Trail runs through an area of Piney Lakes Reserve which was utilised by Noongar women throughout the year, over the Noongar six seasons. The Noongar six seasons each represent a different period of activity dependant on the weather and the cycles of nature.


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Aboriginal Art Boomerang Design Sheet perfect for Primary or Ks3 pupils either as part of a project, stand alone lesson or cover work.

Aboriginal Art Boomerang Design Sheet perfect for Primary or pupils either as part of a project, stand alone lesson or cover work. Also can be a what comes around goes around for social story of being aware of others needs/feelings

Bilingual Noongar to English. Local Aboriginal language of the south west of western australia. Posters suitable for educators. Bright colourful illustrations that everyone will love!! $30 for 9 in a set #education #bilingual #language

Bilingual Noongar to English. Local Aboriginal language of the south west of western australia. Posters suitable for educators. Bright colourful illustrations that everyone will love!! $30 for 9 in a set #education #bilingual #language

Noongar language poster. Courtesy SWALSC

Noongar language poster. Courtesy SWALSC

My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip | My Third Wish

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