A beautiful collection of dreamtime stories that include: The Rainbow Serpent – Mother of Life, Tiddalik the Frog, Bilba the Bilby, Ga:ni, the King of the Lizards and The legend of the Flowers. The booklet itself also contains cultural information for teachers, teaching activities and suggestions, 5 copies of original artwork (21 x 29.7cm – A4) and 5 blackline masters for classroom use. The five stories on the CD are narrated by Michael Connolly. Suitable for children ages 4+ years
This resource helps children to understand the people and the world around them. Our range of global and multicultural resources help to support children’s learning about their communities, as well as the world in general. These resources aid in the promotion of understanding and acceptance of different cultures, beliefs, languages, families, appearances and lifestyles. As children gain an understanding of their community, they also gain an understanding of themselves. This develops confidence and a sense of identity. Incorporating multicultural resources into play is a great way to introduce these concepts in fun and unobtrusive ways. Play is an important part of early childhood. Play encourages children to learn, develop and grow whilst they have fun. Through play, children can develop important cognitive and physical skills. Play encourages creativity, imagination, perseverance and the development of language and social skills. We love creating products that allow Indigenous communities and artists to communicate their culture through their art and in turn allowing children to develop awareness and understanding of the significance of cultural heritage in their world. If you are an Indigenous artist and would like to work with MTA to also develop culturally sensitive and appropriate education resources, please contact email@example.com.