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Wingaru Kids - Reconciliation Week Classroom Bingo

  • Updated

    Updated:  20 May 2024

Spark curiosity and conversation with this reconciliation week classroom bingo activity from Wingaru Kids, featuring diverse ideas to engage students in meaningful reconciliation activities.

  • Non-Editable

    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  1 Page

  • Years

    Years:  P - 7

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teaching resource

Wingaru Kids - Reconciliation Week Classroom Bingo

  • Updated

    Updated:  20 May 2024

Spark curiosity and conversation with this reconciliation week classroom bingo activity from Wingaru Kids, featuring diverse ideas to engage students in meaningful reconciliation activities.

  • Non-Editable

    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  1 Page

  • Years

    Years:  P - 7

Spark curiosity and conversation with this reconciliation week classroom bingo activity from Wingaru Kids, featuring diverse ideas to engage students in meaningful reconciliation activities.

Now More Than Ever Engage Your Students in Reconciliation Week

Use this engaging, meaningful classroom bingo activity designed to inspire primary school students to connect, reflect, and commit to reconciliation. Wingaru Kids have crafted these collaborative, and thought-provoking bingo ideas to help you bring the theme of National Reconciliation Week 2024, “Now More Than Ever” to life in your classroom.

This classroom bingo activity is perfect for sparking curiosity and conversation among your students. With prompts like “Read a book by a First Nations author,” “Have a yarn about reconciliation,” and “Connect with your local Aboriginal community,” this resource encourages students to explore and engage with reconciliation in a variety of ways.

Features

  • A diverse list of engaging activities.
  • Encourages interaction with First Nations knowledge and communities.
  • Printable and easy to use in any classroom setting.

Benefits

  • Promotes active learning and student participation.
  • Helps students build a deeper understanding of reconciliation.
  • Fosters a sense of community and shared responsibility.

Why Choose Wingaru Kids’ Resources?

Wingaru Kids’ Reconciliation Week resources will help you empower your students to remember that everyone has a part to play in reconciliation. Now, more than ever, it’s time for schools, classes, teachers, and students to:

  • Connect to First Nations knowledge.
  • Reflect on the role that everyone can play in reconciliation.
  • Commit to actions that support reconciliation.

By integrating these activities into your Reconciliation Week classroom teaching, you can help your students develop a deeper understanding and commitment to reconciliation, fostering a more inclusive and respectful school community.

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