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Number Posters | Connections


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1-20 Number Poster set that includes illustrations to assist children to visualise each number in a range of ways. Number posters make number recognition, counting, adding, and subtracting fun and active. You can use the number posters and cards during small group, whole group, circle, and centre time. It is a great addition to any maths centre! They have been designed for the early years learning space. Featuring the original artwork by Aboriginal artist Russell Yilamara Brown, our Number poster set is a great way to embed Indigenous perspectives in your learning space while having amazing classroom decor. Specifications: Artist Russell Yilamara Brown is a proud Garawa and Mara man from South-East Arnhem Land, NT. Russell currently lives and works on Bundjalung Country, NSW.  He is a skilled painter, sculptor and digital artist that has refined his traditional style and has developed a contemporary representation. Design This design represents my journey through life so far, on this journey I have added to my knowledge about my culture, heritage, and my family’s history. It depicts the connections between the cultural knowledge I have been taught by family members along my journey. The sun rays rainbow reaches out over country and touches all of my family and people. The rivers and waterholes sustain all life, with many across Country being special and sacred places. Yilamara is the stem of a wild orchid, its flower is close to the rays to gain energy and power to continue my journey of connecting and learning.   Please note – You will have a download limit of 2 and link will expire after 15 days.

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We acknowledge and pay our respects to the people of the Bundjalung Nation, the Traditional Custodians of the beautiful land and waterways on which we live and work.

Always was. Always will be Aboriginal land.