Download File A weaving activity using wool and a collection of natural materials including feathers, long grasses and shells to weave onto a branch. This activity gives an opportunity to talk about how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People weave natural materials such as vines, bark, hair, fur and feathers. How they would take great […]
Download File Weaving crepe paper, leaves and feathers onto wool tied cardboard, taking care and time just as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander weavers.
Download File The Torres Strait Islander Flag represents unity and identity of all Torres Strait Islanders. The design was created by the late Bernard Namok of Thursday Island. The colours of the flag are: green horizontal stripes at the top and bottom of flag – representing the land, two black horizontal stripes – representing the […]
Download File A beautiful template for an Indigenous jigsaw puzzle that children can colour and add other Aboriginal designs if they desire.
Download File Questions for children to ask their Elders to help them discover where they come from.
Download File This game will help children develop an understanding of the nutritional value of traditional Aboriginal bush tucker and in comparison the same for everyday foods.
Download File This activity will encourage children to be creative and show them how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make jewellery out of natural materials, such as seeds, beans, bones, feathers and shells.
Download File Children make their own family kinship tree and learn of the important part family kinship and extended family play in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. It is a time where children learn who they are related to, a time to be proud of where they belong in their community
Download File When telling Dreaming Stories this type of activity can be adapted to any story. An environmental plate, made from simple materials, reminds children of the beauty and creation of our land and the importance of caring for our animals.