teaching resource

Wingaru Kids Reconciliation Week Colouring-In Activities

  • Updated

    Updated:  20 May 2024

Inspire students to commit to reconciliation with personalised colouring-in activity that highlights their individual commitments.

  • Non-Editable

    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  1 Page

  • Years

    Years:  P - 7

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teaching resource

Wingaru Kids Reconciliation Week Colouring-In Activities

  • Updated

    Updated:  20 May 2024

Inspire students to commit to reconciliation with personalised colouring-in activity that highlights their individual commitments.

  • Non-Editable

    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  1 Page

  • Years

    Years:  P - 7

Inspire students to commit to reconciliation with personalised colouring-in activity that highlights their individual commitments.

Help Your Students Understand and Commit to Reconciliation

This colouring-in activity encourages students to think about their personal commitment to reconciliation. Pick from two beautiful colouring-in pages, featuring artwork by Dunghutti artist Aunty Cynthia O’Brien-Younie. Both will be great as a mindfulness colouring-in activity for your class. The commitment colouring-in activity also encourages your students to complete the sentence “Now more than ever, I will…” with their own reconciliation commitment.

You can then display these artworks around the classroom as a daily reminder of their commitments to reconciliation.

Features

  • Personalised and creative student colouring-in and reconciliation commitments.
  • Encourages reflection and commitment to action.
  • Display-ready artwork to decorate the classroom.

Benefits

  • Inspires students to take personal responsibility for reconciliation.
  • Creates a visually engaging reminder of each student’s pledge.
  • Encourages continuous reflection and discussion on reconciliation.

Why Choose Wingaru Kids’ Resources?

Wingaru Kids’ Reconciliation Week resources will help you inspire your students to understand that everyone has a part to play in the ongoing process of reconciliation. Now, more than ever, it’s crucial for schools, classes, teachers, and students to:

  • Connect with First Nations knowledge.
  • Reflect on how they can contribute to reconciliation.
  • Commit to specific actions that advance reconciliation.

By integrating this personal colouring-in activities into your Reconciliation Week teaching, you provide your students with the opportunity to develop a personal connection to reconciliation, helping to build a more inclusive and respectful school environment.

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