Start the school year by welcoming students to a deadly year and by acknowledging country and people. You will need to know on whose land your school is located. The AIATSIS/Horton Map is a useful guide, but ideally you will consult with your local community. You can view an large online version of the map … Continue reading A great way to start the year … Acknowledge country
Easter is Deadly & its on my lounge room floor! No that doesn’t mean my floor is covered in chocolate. It mwans that our teacher books have arrived. Easter is deadly is designed for early childhood educators (including daycare & pre-schools) interested in embedding Indigenous perspectives into all aspects of their curriculum. I’ll be uploading … Continue reading Easter books have arrived!
Our new publication, Easter is deadly is almost ready to be shipped. Over the next few days we’ll be uploading teaching ideas to help teachers use the book, including lesson plans and art/craft ideas. Watch this space folks! (Originally posted on criticalclassroom on TypePad on 02/11/10)
Here are a couple of things we created using the Easter is Deadly book. The first is a little craft easter gift for someone special. Annie made one for her friend Shanae. The second is a sponge painting of Jaragun’s nest. We use enlarged photoccopies to add in Jaragun and some eggs. (Originally posted on … Continue reading Easter craft
Can’t get to Idinji Country to see Jaragun’s Nest? Here are some photos for your to explore when thinking and teaching about Easter is Deadly. You can also grab the link to post it into your own blog/wiki. (Originally posted on criticalclassroom on TypePad on 03/25/2010)
View Jaragun’s Nest in a larger map Would like to embed this image into your classroom blog? Click here for the link. (Originally posted on criticalclassroom on 03/24/10)
Have just uploaded a timeline with 2010 dates for the Easter celebration for Easter is Deadly. You can use this one-page A4 sheet (either black & white or coloured). Don’t forget – you can embed these documents into your own class wiki or blog using the code next to the slides on slideshare. (Originally posted … Continue reading Easter is deadly – Timeline (Free!)
Christmas is deadly decorations 1 Originally uploaded by leesawatego I used the images from our Christmas is Deadly book to create these Christmas decorations for the tree. Perfect for younger people when you enlarge them. Easy steps – 1. Go to Christmas is Deadly book 2. Enlarged the images (to A3) 3. Colour them in … Continue reading Christmas is deadly decorations 1