An educational poster providing a rationale for teaching Australian children about Aboriginal Smoking Ceremonies.
Display this poster in your classroom as a reminder of the importance of integrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives across the curriculum.
Why teach all Australian kids about Aboriginal Smoking Ceremonies?
Teaching Australian children about Aboriginal Smoking Ceremonies provides a great opportunity to:
- witness Aboriginal customs dating back thousands of years
- gain understanding of ceremonies that occur in schools
- appreciate one of the many important uses of fire in Aboriginal culture
- invite members of the local Aboriginal community to be involved in schools.
A great addition to your collection of First Nations resources
The content in this poster addresses the cross-curricular priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture. It could also be used to guide conversations with your students on National Sorry Day or in conjunction with NAIDOC Week celebrations.
Australian Curriculum alignment
Days and weeks celebrated or commemorated in Australia (including Australia Day, Anzac Day, and National Sorry Day) and the importance of symbols and emblems
Wingaru Kids provides quality content created by Aboriginal people in an engaging format so that students are excited to learn authentic and accurate knowledge about Aboriginal people.
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