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Aboriginal Symbol Cards

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$ 34.95

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I love having the symbol cards on the table or wall near our art/craft area.
"The children are writing comic strips, stories or drawing pictures in their individual scrap books. They often use what is in their environment as inspiration and we have incorporated these cards and more images we have for them. We love their artwork when it depicts something, and it holds the work in Indigenous symbol story."

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A beautiful set of 20 Aboriginal symbols cards. The easy way to increase cultural insight of children by teaching them some commonly recognised Aboriginal symbols.

A6 size, printed on high quality 350gsm artboard, gloss laminate. Each pack is presented in a cardboard box which is sealed in plastic.

Riley Callie Resources came about from their desire to introduce young children to a fun and engaging way of learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) which incorporates Indigenous thinking and contexts. STEM is all about integrating knowledge in a holistic and meaningful way to engage students. They firmly believe that STEM provides an ideal platform for educators to introduce children to the rich depth of knowledge and unique perspectives that Indigenous Australia has to offer. 

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Aboriginal Symbol Cards

Aboriginal Symbol Cards

$ 34.95

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Tania

Very good resources

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Carolyn Gee
Great resource

I love having the symbol cards on the table or wall near our art/craft area. Why? Because the children are spending time writing comic strips, stories or drawing pictures in their individual scrap books. They often use what is in their environment as inspiration and we have incorporated these cards and more images we have for them. We love their artwork when it depicts something, and it holds the story in Indigenous symbol story.

Wow Carolyn, thank you so much for sharing that! That is wonderfully inspiring to hear how you are using the Aboriginal Symbol Cards in your service. Keep up the great work!

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