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Yarning on Wiilmen Boodjar and Traditional Doll Making | Deadly Arts

Discover the significance of Deadly Arts yarning, yarning circles and storytelling from two Noongar artists, Marcelle Riley and Yolande Yarran-Ward. Listen and watch as they explain the process of eco-dyeing used to create unique fabrics that reflect the boodja (country) where they are made and find out how traditional dollmaking is used to share stories … Read more

Deadly Arts collection

Bring First Nations culture and learning into the classroom with the Deadly Arts collection. This series will help teachers and students to develop cultural knowledge and respect for Country through the arts. Led by First Nations Teaching Artists from The Song Room, students’ knowledge of the key curriculum concepts of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander … Read more

Remote Learning Pack: Years 3 – 4

The Song Room has created a Remote Learning Pack for Years Three to Four to support teachers as they deliver remotely during the COVID-19 disruption. Our Remote Learning Pack 3-4 features activities across the music, visual art, dance and drama artforms, with the activities linking to literacy, numeracy, play-cased learning and physical activity as identified … Read more

Remote Learning Pack: Years 5 – 6

The Song Room has created a Remote Learning Pack for Years Five to Six to help teachers make lockdown learning fun while delivering class content remotely. Our Remote Learning Pack 5 – 6 includes activities across the music, visual art, dance and drama artforms, with the activities linking to literacy, numeracy, play-cased learning and physical … Read more

Remote Learning Pack: Years F – 2

The Song Room has created a Remote Learning Pack for Years Foundation to Two to support teachers and educators as they deliver remotely during the COVID-19 disruption. Our Remote Learning Pack F – 2 includes activities across the music, visual art, dance and drama artforms, with the activities linking to literacy, numeracy, play-cased learning and … Read more

Cheeky Animals for Early Years

Bring literature to life with the ‘Go Home Cheeky Animals’ animated video.  This resource introduces children to the remote Northern Territory locale of Canteen Creek and the cheeky animals that live there. The resource includes activities to help children immerse themselves fully in the story. Children work together to bring the narrative to life using … Read more

Cheeky Dogs for Early Years

Immerse children in literature and help foster a love of learning through this creative animation that is designed to engage children cognitively and emotionally. Children will have the opportunity to see, feel and play as the award-winning book, ‘Too Many Cheeky Dogs’ is brought to life in this resource. Set in the remote Northern Territory … Read more

Musical Games for Early Years

These musical games open up the world of music to 3 to 5 year old children. This resource includes six original music games, with age-appropriate techniques that encourage young children to play instruments, use notation, improvise and respond to music or compose in small and large groups. Games are based on simple narratives and fun … Read more

The Shoe and the Clue

Take your children on a wildlife journey through a series of animated videos, where they will discover Australian animals, learn about zoos, and be introduced to a mysterious creature called a Thingamedoo. Guided by Zoë Barry, a skilled performer, composer and educator, children explore phonemic awareness through role play, character creation, zoos and more. The … Read more

Puppetry course on ARTS:LIVE

Designosaurs

Take your students on a prehistoric adventure with Designosaurs. Made in partnership with Erth and the Sydney Opera House, this inspiring, new puppetry resource brings sustainability and animal conversation to life. Your students will love exploring and experimenting with design and performance. Step by step, Erth guide students through the process of researching, designing and constructing … Read more