At the Koori Curriculum, we encourage the embedding of Aboriginal perspectives using children’s interests as a way of contextualising culture instead of teaching about Aboriginal culture as if it is a topic, theme or interest.
In this mini episode of Educator Yarns shares how you can scaffold children's interests around Dinosaurs including an Aboriginal perspective.
Top Tips For Creating A Bush Tucker Garden
Do you want to include a Bush Tucker Garden in your early learning service or home? Jessica Staines, Director of the Koori Curriculum is an enthusiastic gardener and has spent... Read More
Ideas for First Nations Bookish Play
Bookish Play is any play-based experience centred around a specific book. We all know that children learn best through story and play, bookish play is the perfect combination of... Read More
How to create a First Nations Library for children
Creating a holistic First Nations Library is one way that families and educators can share Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures with children. Many often worry about... Read More