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Indigenous Nesting Dolls | Sky

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Description

A collection of 5 hand-painted nesting doll birds created by Aboriginal artist Leah Brown. Designed to celebrate Indigenous culture, assist children develop skills in sequencing, patterns, counting and imaginative play. A great way to begin conversations with children and embed Indigenous perspectives in your educational or home setting that align with the Early Years Learning Framework. Included in this set is a Jabiru, Eagle, Sulfur Crested Cockatoo, Kookaburra and Fairy Wren. 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 safe acrylics and varnished 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.

Additional information

Weight .500 kg
Dimensions 16 × 10 × 10 cm

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