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Explore a Dreaming Story – Worksheet

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Use this template to explore First Nations’ Dreaming stories and unlock how they connect to Country.

Explore First Nations’ Dreaming Stories

Storytelling is a sacred tradition shared by the First Nations people of Australia. Encourage your students to explore a Dreaming story that comes from your area’s Country.

Invite a traditional custodian of the land on which your school resides to share a Dreamtime story with your class. Students can complete the template after listening to the story.

Alternatively, choose a video from Common Ground’s Vimeo page. This is a collection of videos delivered by First Nations storytellers.

Book Week 2022 – Dreaming with eyes open…

Use this worksheet during Book Week when exploring stories by First Nations authors and illustrators.

Encourage your students to share their thoughts behind the meaning of the stories and how they connect to Country.

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