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Indigenous Nesting Dolls | River


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The River Indigenous Nesting Doll Set is a collectable set of five hand-painted, wooden Aboriginal animal figures. The set of five nested animals, including a Crocodile, Turtle, Barramundi, Crab and Archer Fish celebrates and recognises Aboriginal histories and culture that is easily integrated into the Early Years Learning Framework and the Australian Curriculum. Open-ended activity that is perfect for the home or educational setting, these hand painted toys help children develop skills in sequencing, patterns, counting, imaginative play and motor skills while beginning conversations, broadening children’s experiences and acknowledging and celebrating Aboriginal histories and culture. Artist Leah Brown is a proud Garawa and Mara woman from the Roper River area of the Northern Territory, she currently lives on Dunghutti Country, NSW. Leah is skilled in painting, digital artwork and design and is passionate about using her talents to educate and share her culture. Specifications
  • Wood.
  • Hand painted with acrylics and clear coated for durability.
  • Tallest figure: 12 cm in height.
  • Smallest figure: 3 cm in height.
  • Downloadable EYLF Play-spirations activity sheet included.
WARNING: Choking Hazard, not for children under 3 years old. © 2021 Songlines Art, Culture, Education All rights reserved. All art is original and cannot be reproduced or replicated.

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Weight .500 kg
Dimensions 16 × 10 × 10 cm

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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.