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Early Years Learning Framework Outcomes (ELYF) Through Cultural Awareness are Key Compenents to the Child Care Sector Within Australia

"Learning Experience" activities and suggestions that will empower and enable you as educators to support multicultural education using the principles laid out in the new ELYF Framework.

Please find below free valuable, insightful and practical ways that multiculturalism may be brought into your early years learning environment on a daily basis using the "Early Years Learning Framework" (EYLF).

Each article includes:

  • Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) Outcomes
  • Key Learning Area Links
  • Extension Ideas
  • Equipment required
  • Instructions
  • Global Kids Oz Linked Resources

All articles on this page have been kindly created and modified specifically for Global Kids Oz use by Rebecca Perkins of Rose 3 Learning Experience, all articles are subject to full copywright guidelines and may only be used within a classroom environment and not to be used for any other article content for any other reason, permission to copy or use this content for anything other than a EYLF setting must be approved in writing by Rebecca Perkins of Rose 3 Learning Experience. To access more learning experiences supporting the full ELYF program please contact Rebecca directly on 04022 84581 or go to her website www.rose3.com.au

First lets start with a "How to Guide" to be used with each pdf below Download here

Clap Sticks -

Objective: To develop Aboriginal cultural awareness through artistic and musical experience 

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Dot Painting -

Objective: To develop Aboriginal cultural awareness through cultural experience

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Easter Wheat (Eastern Europe) Field -

Objective: For children to germinate their own grains of wheat

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Christmas Around the World -

Objective: For children to see the similarities and differences of how Christmas is celebrated around the world

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Hessian Sewing/Weaving (tradtional cultural cermemonial dress) -

Objective: For children to develop a variety of skills and knowledge while sewing/weaving

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Paper Weaving (traditional cultural weaving) -

Objective: For children to develop manipulative skills and cultural knowledge through weaving

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Soap Sculpture (Scultping global landmarks ie Ancient Roman or Italian landmarks)

Objective: For children to manipulate, create and construct through sculpture

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Paper Mache (Design cultural relics and symbols ie Chinese New Year decorations, Mardi Gras masks, pinata's)

Objective: For children to experience the sensory art technique of paper mache

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Paper Construction (Make items with a cultural significance when focusing any any 1 culture)

Objective: For children to develop a wide variety of skills and knowledge through free abd guided paper construction

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Threading (Create an item through threading tecniques that are relevant to a certain culture ie Tanzanian Maasi Beads)

Objective: For children to develop a variety of skills and knowledge while threading

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Learning Experience Overview 

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Multicultural resources, Indigenous, Maori, Cultural Diversity in childcare, multiculturalism, cultural learning resources