Australian Aboriginal Stories-100 Stories Before School

Find a range of Australian Aboriginal stories and videos here suitable to read in the 100 Stories Before School Project. Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/100storiesbeforeschool
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<p>A new television series seeks to support the successful transition from home to school for Indigenous children and their families. The show, <em>Little J & Big Cuz</em>, has been devised, written and directed by Indigenous creatives from across Australia.</p>

A new television series seeks to support the successful transition from home to school for Indigenous children and their families. The show, Little J & Big Cuz, has been devised, written and directed by Indigenous creatives from across Australia.

Literacy, families and learning: Australian Indigenous Literature: A review of 8 wonderful books

Literacy, families and learning: Australian Indigenous Literature: A review of 8 wonderful books

Book reviews of 2 more quality Aboriginal themed books from Ros Moriarty and Balarinji, Splosh for the Billabong and Summer Rain.

Ros Moriarty and Balarinji have given us 2 more quality Aboriginal picture books based on the seasons in the Top End of Australia.

Listen as Bianca McNeair shares the story of "The Buyungurra who didn't listen". This is a traditional story that Bianca's mother told her when she was growing up. Bianca uses words from the Malgana language, which is spoken in the area around Shark Bay in Western Australia.

LANGUAGE STRAND - Story resource from ABC Splash that aligns with the content descriptor and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures cross curriculum priority.

Tiddalick the Frog - Australian Aboriginal Legend - Felt Story

Tiddalick the Frog Felt Story educational resource for early learning - Junior Bees

From our 100 Stories booklist-How The Birds Got Their Colours - Australian Aboriginal Felt Story

How the Birds Got their colours - Aboriginal Indigenous Multi-cultural legend story - Junior Bees - early learning educational resources for childcare, kindergarten, day care and preschool

NAIDOC Week 2015 - Reading List

Aboriginal Australians, have their own cultural beliefs and values that can impact teachers, teaching Anglo-Australian culture.

Kids' Book Review: Review: Silly Birds by Greg Dreise- this book has been shortlisted in the Indigenous Section of the Australian Speech Pathology Awards 2015.Age 4+

8 amazing Australian children’s books to celebrate Indigenous culture

Bush Bash! | The Little Big Book Club has links to Teaching notes from the publisher, as well as Activity Time and Learning time PDFs.

Booktopia has Bush Bash! by Sally Morgan. Buy a discounted Hardcover of Bush Bash!

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