Aboriginal Dreamtime How the Kangaroos Got Their Tails Story

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  • Good supporting info for Indigenous culture lessons

    , Apr 19th
Based on the Aboriginal story from the Kija people of Warmun, Western Ausrtalia, tell the story of 'How the Kangaroos Got Their Tails' as a whole class using this great PowerPoint presentation. Each slide features a different paragraph from the story and our own lovely illustrations, so you can read and learn together.
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