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A perfect addition to NAIDOC week or adding to your indigenous activities in your room. This pack includes 36 Australian Aboriginal Symbol cards in 2 different sizes and can be used for a variety of activities by a variety of year levels. Some suggestions include:-Large mats for playdough mats-Small
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Perfect hands on activity for NAIDOC print and laminate to use with play dough or any other fine motor items. There are 30 mats included with Aboriginal symbols and Australian animals.You may also like :Australian Alphabet and Number Posters**I*******************************************************
If you own the PLAYDOUGH NUMBER MATS GROWING BUNDLE - Volume 2 do not purchase this resource separately as it is included. A perfect addition to NAIDOC week or adding to your indigenous activities in your room.A fun addition to maths lesson or centers! In this pack you get.1-20 tens frames Number Ma
Aboriginal Symbols Clip Art: These multicultural, Aboriginal graphics are great for art history lessons. Celebrate NAIDOC Week or Australia Day with these glitter-filled images to show pride in Australian indigenous people. Design classroom posters that teach about the life and work of the native pe
Learn about Aboriginal culture with these Aboriginal Symbol inspired wristbands, using the most common symbols used across Australia.Use as a one-off activity or to set up a learning table within your classroom, complete with task cards and poster. It is also a great low-cost activity for year-level
Aboriginal Symbols Clip Art: These multicultural, Aboriginal graphics are great for art history lessons. Celebrate NAIDOC Week or Australia Day with these to show pride in Australian indigenous people. Design classroom posters that teach about the life and work of the native people of Australia.WHA
This is a set of 26 aboriginal symbols used in art and everyday life. I use these card for many different activities in the classroom: Students trace the patterns into sand trays. Students create maps using these symbols to show where different parts of the landscape are located. Students add these
These Aboriginal Symbol Cards are a great way introduce just one aspect of the rich and varied Australian Aboriginal culture to children. They serve as a generalised representation of some traditional symbols that were used in some areas, and are of course not a definitive guide. It is hoped that th
Celebrate NAIDOC Week and other significant days with this bundle of Aboriginal number posters, NAIDOC bunting and Aboriginal symbol wristbands.Number posters and Aboriginal Symbol cards are also a great starting point for a display in your classroom.
32 different symbols used in Aboriginal art and everyday life to use on story stones.
This Montessori three part card nomenclature is perfect for a unit on Aboriginal Australians.
Looking for a fun way to introduce students to Aboriginal symbols? In this pack I have created 2 activities to teach students about traditional Aboriginal symbols. The first being a write the room hunt where students use the recording sheet to search the room to find 12 different Aboriginal symbols
This is a great base for students to learn about Aboriginal artwork! They can use the simple images provided to arrange their very own art piece.
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This is a simple sheet where the children incorporate Aboriginal symbols into mathematics. You will need this sheet and examples of different Aboriginal symbols to complete this task.
The children view a range of Aboriginal symbols and compare them to the symbols they draw. They then choose a symbol, draw it then draw the symbol they draw in a separate box.
Everything you need for NAIDOC week display and activities or to teach Aboriginal culture and symbols.Please see above to preview everything included in this bundle.- Alphabet posters and Numbers 1-20- 30 Aboriginal symbol and Australian animals playdough mats-32 word wall cards and 20 small symbol
This bundle contains information to assist your students to understand Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, comparisons with other Indigenous cultures, beliefs, where they live and Aboriginal art.The following products are included in this bundle:Aboriginal Art ActivitiesTake yo
Everything you need to introduce cultural art study into the classroom. Dot paintings make great classroom displays and the flipbook makes a wonderful study piece. Use the symbols pack to let students trace in the sand. This pack contains step by step instructions, flipbook and colourful instruction
A fun activity for young students, this pack includes a brief historical background on Aboriginal art and clear step by step instructions and visuals so students can create their own artwork. Perfect for NAIDOC Week or any Australian Aboriginal study. This best selling pack includes:Slides: Aborigin
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Perfect display for NAIDOC, with the theme being Australian and Aboriginal symbols and pictures. Print 4 to a page to create flashcards. Numbers 1- 20 are also included with Aboriginal art symbols. The following pictures are included for the alphabet:A- antB- boomerangC- cockatooD - didgeridooE - e
This fun engaging activity encourages students to explore the history and art of the Australian Aboriginal culture and how Art was used by the very first Australians to convey stories and meaning. Students use paints and animal templates to create original Aboriginal artwork, suitable for a wide r
This is a 10 lesson unit on Australian Indigenous People and their culture. This unit directly relates to the relevant History, Year 3 Australian Curriculum. Although can be adapted to suit both Year 2 and 4. This unit includes: • Detailed outlines for each of the ten lessons • ACARA Unit Plan • E
This NAIDOC Weekpack consists of 10 activities designed to encourage students to think about the message of NAIDOC Week and to recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians to our country.NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July each year. It is about celebra
This download includes 3 barrier games with an Australian Aboriginal theme.✩ Barrier games allow students to practice oral language skills including directional and descriptive language, the ability to give and follow directions and team work skills.✩ In the first barrier game students create a scen

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