Editable Aboriginal Style Desk Name Tags
These classroom desk name tags are printable and beautifully decorated with Aboriginal style borders. Clear up the confusion when supply teachers come to visit and help students learn each others names at the start of the year. These desk name tags can help students feel a stronger sense of belonging in the classroom. They're so easy to download and edit, making your life easier. They're also printable and convenient to use.
Diversity Fingerprint Display Lettering Craft Instructions
These lovey letters can be used to create your very own classroom display. Children can learn to use colour and texture with their fingerprints to design different patterns on each letter making them unique. This design works beautifully for NAIDOC Week, Harmony Day or about us classroom displays, but is versatile for many more uses as well, particularly in an art room.
NAIDOC Week 0-30 Number Line
Use this set of three NAIDOC Week number lines, from 0-10, 0-20 and 0-30 to support your Foundation to Year 2 maths teaching. Decorated with an Indigenous-theme, this resource would make a nice addition to your NAIDOC Week activities or other topics around Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultures.
NAIDOC Week Stickers
These NAIDOC Week 2019 Stickers are designed to reward students' performance during this important celebration in the Australian calendar. This resource could be a great prize for your middle and upper primary students during NAIDOC Week. Give one of these stickers to reward the students who participate in NAIDOC Week activities.
NAIDOC Week Early Reader Booklet
This resource is a great way to develop the reading and comprehension skills of your junior primary students while teaching them about NAIDOC Week. Students will read this book about NAIDOC Week while completing simple activities on each page. Add this book to your guided reading activities!
NAIDOC Week Writing Booklet
Students will enjoy using this beautifully illustrated writing booklet to record all the activities they get involved in during NAIDOC Week. Students can complete the sentence starter before drawing their own illustrations of about the things they saw, heard, smelled, tasted and liked the most during NAIDOC Week. A great way for students to reflect on the week and to share with family at home.
Uluru Watercolour Painting Activity
This resource would be a great activity to do with your middle or upper primary students during NAIDOC Week. Students will draw, paint and accent a picture of Uluru, a sacred place for the Australian Aboriginal people.
The History of NAIDOC Week PowerPoint
This History of NAIDOC Week PowerPoint presentation teaches your middle or upper primary students about the history of NAIDOC Week. The PowerPoint offers learning objectives, infoboxes and unique illustrations to reinforce the history of NAIDOC Week - a vital event in the Australian calendar. And, it includes examples of the ways in which students can celebrate Aboriginal history through arts and events. Plus, its simple and efficient design makes teaching in the classroom more…