Let’s celebrate NAIDOC week with some fun songs and storytelling.
Renata comes guitar in hand with songs and stories to help children learn about caring for country. We learn of all the languages spoken across our vast landscape and have a yarn about colonization and resilience of our First Nations people.
Indigenous stories are designed to help children learn important lessons in life. With visual props and enlarged photos we learn about the history of our First Nations people, how they lived before settlement, and how life has changed for them. We act out stories with dress ups from nature that symbolize our native animal characters, imitate their movements with some fun audience participation.
We also learn a little language, we choose just one of the many, the Yugambeh language, and use it our stories and songs.
Price: $8.80 (inc GST) per student/ minimum of 50 children. The incursion goes for 50 minutes.
For bookings call 0412 775 678 or email [email protected]
This incursion explores the following Australian Curriculum Concepts and Descriptors:
Learning about Indigenous culture through oral storytelling, language and song a nd images. Sharing stories which provide important information about culture, values, people, animals and the environment by incorporating imitations of certain animals to assist in the storytelling and bringing the Dreamtime to life.
(ACSHE013) • recognising how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples gain knowledge about the land and its vital resources, such as water and food, through the oral storytelling and acting out of the story of Tiddalick.
(ACSSU017) • exploring how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ observations of external features of living things are mimicked and replicated in traditional dance and using these movement techniques through storytelling and music.
Developing a deeper intercultural understanding, growing respect,
yarning about reconciliation in our communities through the art of a music,
movement and oral storytelling incursion.
(ACSSU020) •exploring how traditional musical instruments used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples produce their characteristic sound and incorporating them with student interaction into the stories and music.
(ACSIS213) • consulting with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to compare observations and evaluate identifications of animal tracks -using artistic visuals of these animal tracks to identify our animal characters during the storytelling session.