Monthly Archives: June 2014

Craft Corner – Boomerang

Boomerangs have been used for centuries by indigenous people predominantly for hunting but also more recently for sport and entertainment. Creating a cardboard boomerang is a fun way to keep children active, allow them to use their creativity, fine motor skills and teach them about Aboriginal culture. For a fun afternoon activity, follow the below […]

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Cooking with Kids – Pizza Smile’s

Ingredients 3 Light wholemeal English muffins ½ cup pizza sauce ½ cup pizza grated cheese ¼ green capsicum ¼ yellow capsicum ¼ red capsicum 7 pitted black olives Instructions Preheat oven to 190 c. Spray a baking tray with cooking spray. Slice the wholemeal English muffins length wise and place face up on the baking […]

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Culturally Competent Children

Australia has one of the most diverse multicultural landscapes in the world with the 2011 Census revealing that almost one quarter of the Australian population were born overseas. As young and diverse as our country is, we are also home to the longest living culture in the world. For more than 80,000 years Aboriginal culture […]

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