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Book: Where's the Koala?

Book: Where's the Koala?

What was that? James and Joy hear a splash into the billabong. How will the children help the little koala return to his mother? Come on a magical adventure with James and Joy and one of nature's most adorable animals.
natclarke
Book: Where's the Turtle?

Book: Where's the Turtle?

Travellers James and Joy embark on an island adventure at the very top of Australia. After visiting Thursday Island’s rich cultural and historical sites, they meet a green sea turtle. Will the children be able to help their new friend Sandy complete her quest in the Torres Strait? Come on an adventure to find the turtle!
natclarke
Waitangi Day Whakatauki Maori Proverb Puzzles New Zealand Te Reo

Waitangi Day Whakatauki Maori Proverb Puzzles New Zealand Te Reo

These Whakatauki puzzles involve students converting Maori proverbs from English to Te Reo using a cryptogram. This resource is perfect for a Waitangi Day activity, Maori Language Week, or for your day to day Te Reo teaching in a Bi-Lingual, Full Immersion or normal primary class. Included in this pack are the following Whakatauki-Maori Proverbs: - Pursue excellence – should you stumble, let it be to a lofty mountain. - My language is my awakening, my language is the window to my soul. - Goodwill towards others is a precious treasure. - With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive. - What is the most important thing in the world? It is people! It is people! It is people! - What is the food of the leader. It is knowledge. It is communication. Please remember to follow me Enjoy
Kiwilander
Aboriginal Story-Wayamba the Turtle

Aboriginal Story-Wayamba the Turtle

This Aboriginal story (language group unknown) is a creation story about turtles. It is in PowerPoint format. Use this story to provide an Aboriginal perspective in literacy. The title slide references the source of the story. The final slide provides a link to an animated version of the story of Wayamba (Wayambeh). Compare representations of the story. Ask students to make their own representation.
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How the birds got their colours - An Aboriginal Dreaming Story

How the birds got their colours - An Aboriginal Dreaming Story

This is an interactive whiteboard resources about How the birds got their colours - an aboriginal dreaming (Dream Time) story. It has the story which is told with pictures, words and visuals (PCS). There are also related resources to support the teaching of the story.
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