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Alphabet Poster Prints | Connections

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Description

The perfect educational tool for teachers and educators to help young learners master the basics of the alphabet. These beautifully illustrated posters make learning fun and engaging, while also providing an important foundation for future literacy skills and embedding Indigenous perspectives into your learning space. Our alphabet posters feature both upper and lower case letters, along with corresponding illustrations that help children learn the sounds and meanings of each letter. Made with high-quality materials, these posters are durable and built to last, making them a smart investment for any classroom. Whether you’re a preschool teacher introducing the alphabet to your students for the first time, or a primary school educator looking to reinforce letter recognition skills, our posters are an ideal teaching aid. They’re also great for homeschooling parents who want to provide their children with the best possible educational tools. Crafted on premium 350gsm paper, our poster prints are designed to stand the test of time. The matte laminate finish not only enhances the aesthetic appeal but also ensures durability and protection against everyday wear and tear. These prints will effortlessly elevate any classroom, playroom, or homeschooling environment. Specifications:
  • High quality edge to edge printing
  • A4 size
  • 350gsm card
  • Matte laminate to reduce reflection and for durability
  • Made in Australia.
  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 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.

Additional information

Weight .500 kg

Digital Resources

Purchase of this resource entitles the purchaser the right to reproduce pages in limited quantities for single classroom or homeschool use only.

Duplication for a friend, another staff member, entire school/service or commercial purpose without purchase of an additional license is strictly forbidden.

Copying any part of this resource and/or placing it on the internet in any form (even a personal or classroom website/ school server) is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

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