Fall has arrived! Why not highlight it with an Aboriginal Art project? The Aboriginal people often paint kangaroos, snakes, lizards and lots of symbols. Our theme will be a Fall Leaf. This is a great way to work with warm and cool colours. This very complete project helps you to initiate your students into Aboriginal Art. The students will be proud of all of their dots and surprised at their results.
a fabulous paper mâché sculpture lesson for us. Interactive rain sticks were an absolute hit! From the toothpick and cardboard tube construction to the Australian aboriginal-inspired end caps, we love every minute of it!
How to teach dot painting to kids is a great way to introduce Aboriginal culture into your school curriculum. I have taught this technique from prep year through to year 6, and the children have always enjoyed this activity. You will find more ideas for Aboriginal art for kids at www.australianativeart.com
Les «Clapping sticks» sont un instrument traditionnel autochtone australien utilisé comme percussion. Les Waruwi utilisent ces bâtons lors des cérémonies pour accompagner leurs chants. Ils décorent souvent leurs «clapping sticks» de symboles qui ont une signification particulière pour eux.