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Alphabet Posters – Student Input | Country in Colour Ngurra


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1 × Lanyard | Country in Colour Ngurra

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Alphabet Poster Canva Template featuring stunning Aboriginal artwork while allowing your child or class group to connect with the land they live and play on as they learn the alphabet. Learning the alphabet is easy with these colourful alphabet posters. Each of the printed alphabet letters, includes an editable photo place where you can easly add your chosen plant, animal, place or person. The perfect way to make learning connected and personal. Specifications:
  • Canva template.
  • 27 pages.
  • recommended to print at A4 or A3 size.
  • Canva template link will be made available in order confirmation.
Design Country in Colour – Ngurra is inspired by the Country we grew up on and the interconnectedness we share with our environment, how the country and land we live on is absorbed into our being and fibres. The colours capture the many different colours we see on country. The sky is our pathways to the next life, the yellow is the sun that shines through. The mountains are what shields us on our country. The people sit around in circles among the native foods, all in abundance out on country. Artist Leah Cummins is a proud Mayi woman from North Western Queensland. Mayi-Kulan from her Father and Kalkadoon from her Mother. She paints stories of strength for women and children, love of the land and all of her people. Leah is passionate about sharing her love of art and the interpretation of empowerment of her people. She shares her art with love and harmony.

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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.