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Play the Game - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples' Traditional Games PowerPoint

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A teaching presentation investigating the effect of contact and non-contact forces on the movement of objects in traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s instructive toys and games.

This Teaching Presentation introduces the students to the forces involved in three traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s games.

Use this teaching resource when investigating force in science lessons.

This presentation covers the following games:

  • gurril boodthal
  • kai
  • wimberoo

A class discussion and independent activity have been included at the end of the presentation.

  NSW Curriculum alignment

  Victorian Curriculum alignment

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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