50 pages of activities and arts and crafts. It is a great resource for your classroom, childcare centre or if your looking for after school activities. It includes both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island activities. It was created by Nola Jensen-Turner who was in the childcare industry for many years and is from the Wiradjari tribe
Healthy Jarjums resources This resource is to assist early childhood professionals implement activities and teach young children about foods that are good for their bodies. Better nutrition improves quality of life. This resource will also contribute to embedding Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the early years curriculum by teaching children in years P-3 about healthy food from an Indigenous perspective.
Each letter of the alphabet equates to a memory of a person, thing, or activity that means something to the author. The author is an Aboriginal woman who lived for much of her early life on the mission at Murrin Bridge nr Lake Cargellio on the Lachlan River in New South Wales, Australia. ~~~ Themes: Alphabet sequencing; Alphabet memories; Family identity; Life for Aborigines in Australia in the 40s and 50s.