Dot Painting Aboriginal Art small Original by RaechelSaunders

Dot Painting, Aboriginal Art, small Original Water Art painting, acrylic paint on canvas board, blue decor, 10cm x 10cm

if lines seem hard to draw, why not try some dots? (Dot Painting, Aboriginal Art, small Original Water Art by Raechel Saunders)

Each student traced their own hand in pencil then broke up their hand into different shapes and patterns.T​hey traced over the pencil lines with black sharpie. We used colored pencils to color each shape in pushing down to make them bold and bright. I glued them down to a large piece of cardboard that was covered in black paper.

Cool beginning of the year project. We've got the whole world in our hands. Big hand for . Many hands make light work .

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.

Echidna: Clean up Australia Day, NAIDOC Week, Environment Week, any 'nature' or 'garden critters' themed workshops

This art idea could be used in combination with NADOC week, conservation week, clean up australia day and Australia day.

Tell An Aboriginal Story Activity Part 1

Students use these symbols to create their own story. You could add other Indigenous symbols/meanings to increase the variety.

Excellent explanation of The Dreaming by indigenous Australians

Draft video for te Australian Museum for their Dreaming Stories. This is about Goorialla the Rainbow Serpent. The performers are my good friends and brothers: Gumaroy Newman, Eric Arthur Tamwoy (Turtle) and Norm Barsah.

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