Aboriginal people have developed, through their hunter /gatherer lifestyle, exceptional tracking skills to hunt animals, identify and locate edible plants, as well as finding sources of water. Children are taught as soon as they can walk to track their mother and siblings footprints. Elders teach children how to recognise the patterns and shapes that represent the tracks of animals by drawing into the sand. Hand carved by artisans from a single piece of wood these tracking stamps can be used in a variety of ways to celebrate and teach the rich history of tracking in Australia.
The National Quality Standard (NQS) makes it essential for Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) services and educators to understand, and help children learn about, the history, culture and contemporary lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Our tracking stamp set allows Educators to celebrate the unique history of our animals the tracking skills of Australias first people
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