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Our Aboriginal ways of learning posters are designed to simplify the Aboriginal Ways of Learning so Educators can easily intergrate it with the EYLF. These posters are desgined on Canva with artwork by artist Bigi Nagala Aboriginal Culture Australia, Aboriginal Learning Activities, Aboriginal Perspectives In Early Childhood, 8 Ways Of Learning Aboriginal, Aboriginal Education Early Childhood, Naidoc Week Activities For Babies, Truth And Reconciliation Art, Turtle Island Indigenous, Indigenous Classroom

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Our Aboriginal ways of learning posters are designed to simplify the Aboriginal Ways of Learning so Educators can easily intergrate it with the EYLF. These posters are desgined on Canva with artwork by artist Bigi Nagala

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Katheryn Litherland
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Yarning Circles — Wingaru

I love it because it is a time when we connect with so many of our teachers. We hear what they have been up to and how the school is doing with Aboriginal education. We get to celebrate the wins and help develop approaches to support schools looking to improve their approaches. Yep – I love a yarn!

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Kate Johnson
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Aboriginal Hand Stencils

Get creative while learning about Aboriginal Rock Art. Create your own amazing Aboriginal Hand Stencil with spray paint and paper.

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Melina Goodall
This display at Kids on Mullum Child Care Centre in Ringwood is about the Aboriginal 8 Ways of Learning. It is a pedagogy framework for embedding Australian Indigenous perspectives into the classroom by emphasising Indigenous learning techniques across all subjects. Aboriginal Wall Display Childcare, Childcare Display Ideas, Naidoc Week Activities Kindergarten, Aboriginal Corner In Childcare, Aboriginal Play Spaces, 8 Ways Of Learning Aboriginal, Naidoc Activities For Kids, Indigenous Activities For Toddlers, Naidoc Week Display Ideas

Aboriginal 8 Ways of Learning

This display at Kids on Mullum Child Care Centre in Ringwood is about the Aboriginal 8 Ways of Learning. It is a pedagogy framework for embedding Australian Indigenous perspectives into the classroom by emphasising Indigenous learning techniques across all subjects.

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Mariah Jackson
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Fun Facts And Information About Aboriginal People For Kids

The Aboriginal people are the first inhabitants of Australia and have a rich history. Learn about their culture and other Aboriginal people facts for kids.

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Michelle Glowny
Exploring examples of Aboriginal symbols used in many forms of art. The aim of this activity is to explore and appreciate the rich beauty of Aboriginal artwork and culture. It’s also a fantastic hands-on sensory and fine motor skills activity full of creativity! Feel welcome to join the conversation, we’d love to hear how your class can take this activity to the next level. #modernteachingaids #buildingknowledgetogether #sandart Diversity Activities For Kids, Naidoc Week Activities, Reconciliation Week, Aboriginal Art For Kids, Aboriginal Art Symbols, Aboriginal Symbols, Forms Of Art, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education

Diversity Activities For Kids

Exploring examples of Aboriginal symbols used in many forms of art. The aim of this activity is to explore and appreciate the rich beauty of Aboriginal artwork and culture. It’s also a fantastic hands-on sensory and fine motor skills activity full of creativity! Feel welcome to join the conversation, we’d love to hear how your class can take this activity to the next level. #modernteachingaids #buildingknowledgetogether #sandart

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Michaella Costain.