Aboriginal Dreamtime How the Birds Got Their Colours Story

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  • Reading and learning about Dreamtime stories

    , Jul 10th
This lovely resource allows students to read through the traditional Aboriginal Dreamtime story of 'How the Birds Got Their Colours'. It could be used as a basis for discussion, writing, comprehension activity, or a whole class read-along.


    This resource is available in Standard.
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