Dunbi The Owl Dreamtime Felt Story
Dunbi the Owl, a story told by Daisy Utemorah
Made in Australia from thick felt.
8 in stock
Aboriginal traditional Dreamtime felt stories are a must for every childcare service.
Loriini is a tribe of small to medium-sized arboreal parrots characterized by their specialized brush-tipped tongues for feeding on nectar of various blossoms and soft fruits, preferably berries. The species form a monophyletic group within the parrot family Psittacidae. The group consist of the lories and lorikeets. Wikipedia
This wonderful informative set of posters is a must for all services. The Aboriginal people have for thousands of years used artistic designs and symbols to convey stories and messages which are incredibly important in their culture. The iconography used when applied to any surface – body or object then covert it to having religious or time honoured meaning.
Poster size is A3
Wonderful set of Indigenous memory cards with a “Twist”… you have to match up the dot painted animal with a traditional drawn animal. Supplied in a handmade Aboriginal fabric bag. Different to other memory games, in that you match the Aussie drawn animal with the Aboriginal traditional drawn animal. A great way for kids to learn to appreciate Aboriginal art and culture. Contains 32 cards 14 x 10 cm 16 pairs
Made in Australia