A set of 30 Topic Cards about Aboriginal Australia.
These cards are designed to be used as a starting point for learning more about the beautiful history and continuing culture of Australia’s Aboriginal people. Take these cards and use them as ideas for Aboriginal topics to share in the classroom. Cards are double-sided; one side with a beautiful visual image to accompany the topic, and the other side a snapshot of information to get you started in your learning on that particular topic.
Cards cover content such as: Kinship; Totems; Caring for Country; Uluru; Aboriginal Shields; Rainbow Serpent; Aboriginal Dance, and so much more.
Cards are A6 size and printed on high quality 350gsm artboard that is gloss laminate.
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