This can be used by PreK – 6th-grade, Homeschool students.
Included: PDF, 5 Pages
This Aboriginal Symbol-inspired wristband teaches you about Aboriginal culture. It uses the most popular symbols from Australia.
You can use it as an activity for a single occasion or to create a learning area in your class. You can also use it as a low-cost option for year-end rotations or celebration days.
Ideal for Sorry Day celebrations, Reconciliation Week and Under 8s Week activities.
Also includes: a template for wristbands, a poster to display or print, and task cards that can be used to learn in activities.
Task cards are a great idea:
- To learn symbols
- To sequence visual stories
- Students choose one to trace onto sand or make art.
- Print out two copies, and then play with’memory.
Before you complete the wristbands, use the poster as a way to introduce the symbol to your class.
*Symbols vary across the country. These symbols represent the most common versions of traditional symbols.
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