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Fall has arrived! Why not highlight it with an Aboriginal Art project? The Aboriginal people often paint kangaroos, snakes, lizards and lots of symbols. Our theme will be a Fall Leaf. This is a great way to work with warm and cool colours. This very compl Fall Art Projects, Art Projects For Adults, Classroom Art Projects, School Art Projects, Art Classroom, Art School, High School, Middle School, Craft Projects

Autumn: Aboriginal Art: Falling for Fall

Fall has arrived! Why not highlight it with an Aboriginal Art project? The Aboriginal people often paint kangaroos, snakes, lizards and lots of symbols. Our theme will be a Fall Leaf. This is a great way to work with warm and cool colours.This very complete project helps you to initiate your student...

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Spiral Snake Mobiles

Buy Spiral Snake Mobiles at Baker Ross. Create ’sssssuper’ hanging decorations! Pre-printed card mobiles to colour in with our fibre pens or Deco pens, and then hang for ’sssstunning’ effects! 2 assorted. Size approx. 30cm when han

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Language | Kaartdijin Noongar

Kaartdijin in Noongar means 'knowledge'. Noongar people have lived in the south-west of Western Australia for more than 45,000 years. The aim of the Kaartdijin website is to share the richness of our knowledge, culture and history in order to strengthen our community and promote wider understanding.

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Australian Aboriginal Proverb

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Indigenous Food "Bush Tucker" pg) :: Teacher Resources and Classroom Games Aboriginal Food, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Symbols, Naidoc Week, Seasons Activities, Classroom Games

Indigenous Food "Bush Tucker" (4 pg) :: Teacher Resources and Classroom Games

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I come from Jigalong they took me away but I walked all around country back to where I was born I came back. Daisy Kadibil talks about her escape along the rabbit proof fence, 2009 / sister of Molly Craig who walked the fence more than once in her life. Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Children, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art, Teaching History, We Are The World

Last of Rabbit-Proof Fence girls, whose trek home was made into famous film, dies

The youngest of three girls whose life story inspired the award-winning film Rabbit-Proof Fence dies at the age of 95 in the traditional country to which she trekked 1,600km as a child to return.

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Tiddalik the Frog Activity

Australian Animal Story: Tiddalick the Frog Coloring Page ActivityThis is a free 'add-on' pack to go with our Australian Animal Masks. Tiddalik the Frog is an Indigenous Australian Dreamtime story that features a range of Australian animals. It's perfectly suited for drama, music and dance throug...

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How to Experience Vivid Sydney Festival (with or without kids)

The Vivid Sydney Festival is getting bigger and better every year. Here are our highlights and tips on how to experience it with or without kids!

Hut decked with porcupine grass, Eastern Arrernte people, Arltunga district, Northern Territory, August Photo: Herbert Basedow. Reproduced from glass plate negative (National Museum of Australia) Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Man, Australian Aboriginal History, Australian Art, Stone Age People

National Museum of Australia | Collection Explorer

The Collection Explorer is part of our commitment to increasing access to our collections. We hope you enjoy searching, browsing and discovering more rich imagery and information about our collections online.

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Uluru Landscape Aboriginal Inspired Art

4th grade 2nd grade 1st grade 1st grade reminds me of a stage with lights Kinder These mixed media paintings were inspired by a piece by Aboriginal artist, Danny Eastwood. You can find it on Flickr here. Uluru is a large sandstone monolithic rock in the middle of the Australian outback. Over 600 million years old, it is a holy place for the Anangu tribe of Aboriginal people who have been there over 10,000 years. Here's a link to the brief video I showed my class from Youtube…

Portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman wearing a possum skin cloak, carrying a child on her back, South Australia, ca. National Library of Australia. Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, We Are The World, People Of The World, Australian Aboriginal History, Australian Aboriginals

Victorian Aboriginal artists revive possum cloak making tradition

The spiritual and practical tradition of possum cloak making is being revived in Victoria after more than a century. The artist leading the charge says it's bringing healing to communities that had many of their cultural items stolen, and identity destroyed during colonisation.