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This bundle contains information to assist your students to understand the history and culture of Australia's First Nations People. Including lots of art activities such as painting, play dough mats and colour-by-number sheets to help you create a wonderful classroom display during NAIDOC Week. Explore the history of Sorry Day with information sheets and fact cards too.


Note: 50% of any Indigenous resource sales profits will go to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.


The following products are included in this bundle:


Aboriginal Art Activities

Take your students through a study of Aboriginal symbols with these 12 colourful slides covering symbols and their meanings. Included in this pack is an easy-to-use flipbook so students can demonstrate what they know.


Aboriginal Dot Painting Activity

A fun activity for young students, this pack includes instructions, black-and-white printable templates and a brief historical background on Aboriginal art.


Aboriginal Art Play Dough Mats
Explore Aboriginal Art symbols with these fun Aboriginal Art play-doh mats. Use it as part of your exploration of Aboriginal Art or Australian History within your HASS unit or as a fun activity for early years students.


Aboriginal Symbol Cards

Use sand trays and let students practice drawing Aboriginal symbols in the sand or paint with them. Comes in black and white or colour.


NAIDOC Week Activity Pack

All you need to celebrate NAIDOC Week in your classroom with plenty of activities, including posters, art activities, word search, fact cards and information sheets.


Sorry Day Flip Book

National Sorry Day information flip book, information sheets, fact cards, word search and art activity.


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  • File Info

    ZIPPED FILE: PDF 160 pages

  • ACARA Alignment

    Year 3 HASS

    (AC9HS3K02) significant events, symbols and emblems that are important to Australia’s identity and diversity and how they are celebrated, commemorated or recognised in Australia, including Australia Day, Anzac Day, NAIDOC Week, National Sorry Day, Easter, Christmas, and other religious and cultural festivals

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