Indigenous ocean terms with Sand Yarning
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Indigenous ocean terms with Sand Yarning

Clip from Waabiny Time

Indigenous Australians

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Learn a range of Indigenous terms for the ocean and the animals living in it.

Learn a range of Indigenous terms for the ocean and the animals living in it.

Nyungar terms for body and cleanliness
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Nyungar terms for body and cleanliness

Clip from Waabiny Time

Indigenous Australians

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Nyungar terms are used to describe a nurse's visit to a school, to describe parts of the body, and how to keep clean and healthy.

Nyungar terms are used to describe a nurse's visit to a school, to describe parts of the body, and how to keep clean and healthy.

Nyungar terms for celebrating in song
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Nyungar terms for celebrating in song

Clip from Waabiny Time

Indigenous Australians

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Waabiny Time team sings about celebrating in Nyungar language, including koort kwobikin as a term for celebrate.

Waabiny Time team sings about celebrating in Nyungar language, including koort kwobikin as a term for celebrate.

Marngrook the Long Ago Story of Aussie Rules by Diana 'Titta' Secombe
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Marngrook the Long Ago Story of Aussie Rules by Diana 'Titta' Secombe

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Diane 'Titta' Secombe reads her book Marngrook the Long Ago Story of Aussie Rules. What is a banya? What shape was the marngrook? How did Jaara get lost? Why was Jaara crying? ...

Diane 'Titta' Secombe reads her book Marngrook the Long Ago Story of Aussie Rules. What is a banya? What shape was the marngrook? How did Jaara get lost? Why was Jaara crying? What rule did Jaara’s mum have for when he got lost? Have you ever been lost before? Do you like playing football? How is your football different from the marngrook?

Yurri's Manung by Sue Atkinson
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Yurri's Manung by Sue Atkinson

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Sue Atkinson reads her book Yurri’s Manung. What kind of animals can you see in the story? What does nocturnal mean? Why is she called Yurri? Why did Yurri wake up and go ...

Sue Atkinson reads her book Yurri’s Manung. What kind of animals can you see in the story? What does nocturnal mean? Why is she called Yurri? Why did Yurri wake up and go walking through the forest? What was she looking for? What is a manung? Have you made anything from sticks before?

Jump jump!
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Jump jump!

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Dance along to MStar's song 'Jump jump', see if you can work up a sweat! Easy to learn for young learners and fun for all ages.

Dance along to MStar's song 'Jump jump', see if you can work up a sweat! Easy to learn for young learners and fun for all ages.

Nyungar terms for family members
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Nyungar terms for family members

Clip from Waabiny Time

Indigenous Australians

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Stories from family members are used in context to illustrate Nyungar terms for family in this Sand Yarning segment.

Stories from family members are used in context to illustrate Nyungar terms for family in this Sand Yarning segment.

'Pop a mad deadly' dance and rap
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'Pop a mad deadly' dance and rap

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Get up and get moving to 'Pop a mad deadly', dance along and energise yourself! Fun for all ages.

Get up and get moving to 'Pop a mad deadly', dance along and energise yourself! Fun for all ages.

Acknowledgement of country with Play School
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Acknowledgement of country with Play School

Clip from Play School: Acknowledgement of Country

Indigenous Australians

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This video has closed captioning
Lochy, Luke and Miranda show us where their mob is from and we learn some different ways to say 'hello' in indigenous languages.

Lochy, Luke and Miranda show us where their mob is from and we learn some different ways to say 'hello' in indigenous languages.

Nyungar terms for parts of the body
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Nyungar terms for parts of the body

Clip from Waabiny Time

Indigenous Australians

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Nyungar terms for body parts are used in the context of cleanliness and staying healthy in this Sand Yarning clip.

Nyungar terms for body parts are used in the context of cleanliness and staying healthy in this Sand Yarning clip.

Yurri’s Birthday by Sue Atkinson
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Yurri’s Birthday by Sue Atkinson

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Why do the Yorta Yorta people call the little creature 'Yurri' meaning 'moon'? What was inside the different gift baskets? Why did the Koala bring red flowering gum? What is ...

Why do the Yorta Yorta people call the little creature 'Yurri' meaning 'moon'? What was inside the different gift baskets? Why did the Koala bring red flowering gum? What is your favourite type of flower? Why did the wombat bring brush leaves? What kind of food did Yurri prepare for the celebration? Would you like to try witchetty grubs? Why didn't the koala eat the grubs? What kind of games did they play? What kind of games do you like to play at parties? Where do all the animals sleep?

Mugu Kids story time Enora and the Black Crane
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Mugu Kids story time Enora and the Black Crane

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Arone Raymond Meeks reads his book Enora and the Black Crane. Where did Enora and his people live? What kind of birds did Enora see and hear in the trees? Why did Enora ...

Arone Raymond Meeks reads his book Enora and the Black Crane. Where did Enora and his people live? What kind of birds did Enora see and hear in the trees? Why did Enora want to bring something back from the forest for his family? What happened to Enora after the crane died?

Once There Was a Boy by Dub Leffler
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Once There Was a Boy by Dub Leffler

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Dub Leffler reads his poignant, beautiful book Once There Was a Boy. What kind of bird is his house in the shape of? Describe the boy's home. Would you like to live on a beach ...

Dub Leffler reads his poignant, beautiful book Once There Was a Boy. What kind of bird is his house in the shape of? Describe the boy's home. Would you like to live on a beach by yourself? (Pause at 19mins20sec) What do you think is in the box under the boy's bed? How did the boy feel when his heart broke? What makes you feel happy in your heart? How can you make your friends feel happy in their hearts? Would you like to try the indigenous berry that tastes like chocolate?

Fair Skin Black Fella by Renee Fogorty
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Fair Skin Black Fella by Renee Fogorty

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Renee Fogorty reads her book Fair Skin Black Fella on Mugu Kids story time. Fair Skin Black Fella is the tale of a Koori girl with fair skin who tries to make friends with ...

Renee Fogorty reads her book Fair Skin Black Fella on Mugu Kids story time. Fair Skin Black Fella is the tale of a Koori girl with fair skin who tries to make friends with other Aboriginal girls on the station.

Why I Love Australia by Bronwyn Bancroft
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Why I Love Australia by Bronwyn Bancroft

Clip from Mugu Kids

Indigenous Australians

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Aboriginal artist and writer Bronwyn Bancroft reads her book Why I love Australia. What colours and shapes can you see in the book? What different types of built and natural ...

Aboriginal artist and writer Bronwyn Bancroft reads her book Why I love Australia. What colours and shapes can you see in the book? What different types of built and natural environment are in the book? To what does Bronwyn compare the city lights? What does Brownyn mean by 'learning the desert sky'? What can we learn from the night sky in the desert? Which is your favourite page in the book? Why?

Grandpa Honeyant Storytime: Molly the Grey Kangaroo and the Bush Clean-Up Crew
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Grandpa Honeyant Storytime: Molly the Grey Kangaroo and the Bush Clean-Up Crew

Season 1 Episode 7 ABC July 13, 2014

English

Literature

Literacy

Indigenous Australians

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This video has closed captioning
Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant ...

Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant from Central Australia. Today, a delightful story about where people go at weekends to have a barbecue and how the bush has to be looked after at all times.

Grandpa Honeyant Storytime
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Grandpa Honeyant Storytime: Two Hearted Numbat

Season 1 Episode 16 ABC ME October 7, 2014

English

Literature

Literacy

Indigenous Australians

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This video has closed captioning
Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant ...

Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant from Central Australia. Today, numbat had two hearts; one a feather and the other a stone. He decided it would be better to ahve only one, so which heart will he choose?

Grandpa Honeyant Storytime: Caterpillar and Butterfly
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Grandpa Honeyant Storytime: Caterpillar and Butterfly

Season 1 Episode 12 ABC July 21, 2014

English

Literature

Literacy

Indigenous Australians

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This video has closed captioning
Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant ...

Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant from Central Australia. Today, Caterpillar lived all alone, living in fear of everything around her. She hides in her chrysalis to escape from any danger but gloriously emerges as a beautiful butterfly without fear.