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Flash Cards: Awabakal Wildlife

Note: FREE DIGITAL DOWNLOADS available only. 
No printed resources are available for purchase at the moment due to COVID restrictions.

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Flash Cards: Awabakal Wildlife

  • Format: Flash Cards
  • Author: Miromaa ALTC
  • Publisher: Miromaa ALTC
  • Size: A3 to trim down to A5 - 148mm x 210mm

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This set of 50 Wildlife Flashcards is a great way for people of all ages to begin to learn the names of different Australian animals in Awabakal Language. Flashcards are used to stimulate the memory by repetition which is a very effective way of learning.

Each card features a beautiful photograph of the animal on the front and easy to understand translations on the back. These flash cards can be used in the classroom or for personal study.

Many games can be played in the classroom using flash cards. E.g. Alphabet Soup: get the students to sit in a circle on the floor and place a bowl of letters (remember to only use letters from the Awbakal Alphabet - the Awabakal Alphabet Poster may be purchased from this site) in the middle of the circle. Lay the flash cards out on the floor. Each student will pick a letter from the bowl and then find flash cards that start with that letter.

Other language resources may be available as digital downloads to accompany the Wildlife Flash Cards. These include the Wildlife Language Resource Book, a set of 40 Snap/Memory Game Cards and a Common Animals A3 Poster.

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All Miromaa Language & Technology Centre (MALTC) resources available as digital downloads may be printed out for own use. This content cannot be sold in part or in full, unless agreed to in writing with MALTC. The copyright of all MALTC resources remains with MALTC.  Please contact us if you require more information and guidance on this matter.