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50+ teaching resources you need for NAIDOC Week 2022 & FREE Printable resources.


 

Today, I would like to acknowledge the Yuggera people as the Traditional Owners of the beautiful land I am standing on today. From the mountains to the river, I open my heart and my eyes as I walk this land, listening, learning and caring for Country. I want to extend this respect to Elders; past, present and emerging and to all First Nations peoples reading this post today. We are all remembered here.


 

Before we begin, just a bit of a heads up that this post is LOOOOONNNG! I have divided it up into some smaller sections, just so it is easier to for you to digest and find what you are looking for, so be sure to use the 🖐🏽 drop-downs on the left, to see all of the resources under their certain headings. Nonetheless, this post is a beast! But on the upside, it means there are TONNES of resources for you to use just in time for NAIDOC Week and all throughout 2022 and beyond, so really it's a win!


And if you happen to make it all the way to the end, there are a couple of little cheeky FREEBIES I have made for you all as a big thank you for choosing to spend your time with me, supporting me, and for the the valuable work you are doing in your classrooms all year round. From the bottom of my heart, thank you :)


Just as a reminder, this post does contain sponsored content through the use of affiliate links through my proud partnerships and I want to thank each of you for continuing to use my affiliate links to support the work I do. As you know, each blog post is based on my own experiences, opinions, and what I have been taught, and does not represent all First Nations peoples or Communities. Please remember that, connecting with your local First Nations Community is always the most respectful way for you to embed First Nations content specific to your area.


I hope you love reading it as much as I have loved writing and sharing it with you, enjoy and happy embedding!



As term 3 comes around, many of you are beginning to prepare for your NAIDOC Week celebrations as a school and in your classrooms too, and what a special time it is! With so many of these celebrations having been in the works, planning and organising with Community and Elders for months and months now, finally coming to fruition.


Today, in this blog post, I want to share with you over 50. Yes that's right, more than 50, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teaching resources created by Elders and Community that you can use in your classroom to help you celebrate this year's theme of 'Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!' all throughout 2022 and beyond.





All of these resources (and more as I add them over the term) are all a part of my Teacher Resource Finder, which is a free resource I have made for teachers to be able to search for First Nations and Sustainability resources through a whole heap of categories, including; year groups, significant days, subjects, First Nations Countries and classroom themes, topics and so many more to come! So whenever you need to find a resource for your program, I hope my Teacher Resource Finder comes in handy for you, now and well into the future.



Alright, let's do this!



🖐🏽 First Nations teacher essentials

🖐🏽 Teaching Resources from the official NAIDOC Week website

🖐🏽 FREE Wingaru NAIDOC Week Challenge

🖐🏽 Children's books relating to this years NAIDOC Week theme 'Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!'

🖐🏽 Curriculum aligned NAIDOC Week lesson plans and classroom activities



Freebies

As a massive thank for all of your support and the work you do in your classrooms, I have made a few NAIDOC Week freebies for you to download and use for NAIDOC Week. They are all available from my Freebie Library, along with my other free resources too. Happy embedding!



FREE NAIDOC Week 2022 Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! Classroom Display Decal


A little free Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! Decal for you to add to the corners of your NAIDOC Week Classroom Display.













FREE NAIDOC Week Bunting


Use this free NAIDOC Week bunting to create a heading for your NAIDOC Week classroom display.














Free Editable NAIDOC Week Changemaker Classroom Display / Bunting


This is a special resource! I chose to make it editable because I really wanted to give you the opportunity to connect your students with the land you are on, by researching First Nations Changemakers in your area and celebrating them. If you wish you, can extend your research to all First Nations peoples too.









Free NAIDOC Week Classroom Borders


Use this border set to highlight all of your classes' NAIDOC Week celebrations.















Your part in our community

I feel so honoured to be able to share all of these incredible resources with you but I also believe it is important for us all to share with each other, to help us grow as teachers and support each other in our individual journeys too. If you found this post helpful, then reach out and share it with a teacher friend or you can share something in the comments to help another member of our incredible teaching community.



Free Community Email List

If you enjoyed this post and would like to receive upcoming posts straight to your inbox, then you can join my FREE Community Email List. Our Community is growing every day and I can't wait to start sending you all of the freebies too. If you are already on my list then all of these FREEBIES and this blog post has been sent straight to your email, so be sure to check out out there too.


Thank you so much for spending this time with me and for using your time to listen, learn, unlearn and share, together we will make the greatest difference.





And as always, happy embedding!






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