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Inspiration Clapsticks

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Description

Children can be inspired by Aboriginal art and culture to create their own traditional Indigenous clap stick set. Aboriginal Clapsticks are a wonderful tool for learning about Aboriginal art and culture. It is a simple, yet powerful tool that helps develop rhythm and coordination, humming, chanting and singing skills. These blank clapstick sets are designed to provide a space for young hands and minds to explore Aboriginal art and culture. They are the perfect size for young ones developing grip and provides them with enough space to really let their artwork tell a story. Set up your provocation space with samples of traditional First Nations art, symbols (check out our symbol flash cards) and images to allow children to be inspired to create their own artwork. Specifications:
  • 5 sets
  • 2.5 cm diameter
  • 20 cm length
  • Wooden

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Weight .6 kg

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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).

Copyright ©Songlines Art, Culture, Education.

Songlines Art, Culture, Education Pty Ltd

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