Download File SNAICC has developed a series of resources for children and adults. These resources make up a children’s rights education set aimed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children around the ages of approximately 3-7. This Educator’s Guide has been developed to accompany the kit. The guide has been designed to walk educators through […]
Download File SNAICC has developed a series of resources for children and adults. These resources make up a children’s rights education set aimed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children around the ages of approximately 3-7. This Child Activity book is one part of the SNAICC Child Rights Education Kit . The activity book has […]
Download File The SNAICC Resource Service has developed the Learning Games, a series of simple, one-on-one exercises for engaging children aged between 0 and 3 in educational activities. The activity sheets were adapted from the American Teaching Strategies resource to be culturally appropriate and relevant for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. The games are […]
Download File Introduction The NAICD Children’s Activity Kit is available for children’s services and schools to use as part of their NAICD celebrations. We encourage you to use the activities to allow children and young people the chance to learn about and express their pride in their culture and themselves. The Kit contains culturally relevant […]
Download File This song, ‘We’re Koorie Kids’, looks at one of the ways that Aboriginal people may choose to identify themselves as being an Aboriginal person. Aunty Wendy’s song also comes with accompanying action ideas for kids.
Download File Children can make a nature bracelet and learn how Aboriginal woman spend many hours gathering natural materials such as seeds, nuts, shells and flowers from the bush to make traditional jewellery.
Download File Bookmark templates for children to colour, paint or add to with their own designs.
Download File Ideas on how to use art and the local environment to connect with your local community. Activiites such as creating items to tell or retell a story using natural materials collected from the local environment, making a quilt, designing outdoor spaces and information cards on local culture.
Download File Collecting and using natural materials from the local environment to take back to your centre or classroom. The materials can be used: for art, to tell a story; to discover how the are used by indigenous people; and more.
Download File Children decorate a cardboard or plastic roll to make a Didgeridoo. The Didgeridoo is usually made when a branch of a tree has been naturally hollowed out by nesting termites, and is traditionally played in ceremonies and is a male’s playing instrument only.