Our First Nations Alphabet Letters and Numbers Classroom Display Digital Download seamlessly integrates Indigenous art into essential learning elements. By incorporating First Nations perspectives, you’ll spark meaningful discussions and cultivate a deep appreciation for Indigenous cultures among your students
Whether displayed as eye-catching wall decor, used for engaging learning activities, or incorporated into themed lessons, these digital downloads are versatile tools that enhance every aspect of your classroom. Watch as students’ eyes light up with curiosity and excitement as they connect with the artwork and absorb valuable educational content.
PDF digital download.
2 letters/numbers per A4 page.
Download limit of 2.
Link expires in 30 days.
Please download and open on the device you wish to save it on.
Made to match our Awaken Decor Bundle, Number posters and EYLF Wall Hanging.
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.
Awaken depicts the rising of the sun on a new day over Country, the sun is the giver of life and provides Mother Earth with light and warmth. When the rains come, the sun’s rays create the magic of rainbows. From the rain comes waterholes, these sustain life and are some of our sacred places where knowledges are kept and shared. Awaken is the dawning of a new day, the connections we have to our Country and the importance of Mother Earth.