The Japily Symbol Stamps & Flashcards is a collection of Aboriginal art, knowledge and culture that supports children to understand and practise using symbols as a language.
This First Nations take on sensory exploration can be used as a learning tool to aid in the development of your child’s fine motor skills, speech development and cognitive thinking, whilst developing both oral and written language, imagination, storytelling, all through embedding authentic Indigenous knowledges and perspectives.
Included in the collection:
8 First Nations Symbol natural wooden stamps – especially made for little hands, they are 5 cm in diameter for a firm wide grip & engraved with the symbol on the top to make it easy to identify.
8 First Nations Symbol Flashcards – A6 size, made with 300gsm matte card to minimise reflection, matching each symbol stamp.
Early Years Learning Framework & National Quality Standards Playspiration ConnectionsBooklet– to assist Educators to confidently embed and put First Nations perspectives at the centre of learning.
Australian Curriculum Connections Booklet – activities and lesson ideas to assist Teachers to confidently embed First Nations perspectives into Australian Curriculum learning areas.
Scensydough Recipe – our favourite recipe that incorporates our Native Essential Oils for the ultimate sensory experience.
Natural cotton calico storage bag.
WARNING: With force, the symbol on the stamp become dislodged and cause a choking hazard. Always use with adult supervision, not for children under 3 years old.
Symbols and background artwork by Russell Yilamara Brown. Russell Yilamara Brown is a proud Garawa and Mara man from South-East Arnhem Land, NT and is a director of Songlines Art, Culture, Education. 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