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Learn all about Native American Dream Catchers and how to use them to trap bad dreams.
A dream catcher is a handmade object made by American Indians believed to give its owner good dreams.
A Maori poi ball is a juggling ball originally made of woven flax. Maori dancers use them when performing to tell stories, teach and imitate natural sounds.
Music sticks are used to keep the rhythm in songs, dances and corroborees in ceremonial events.
Indigenous Australians use plant shoots, Echidna quills and small twigs to paint their Dreamtime stories. Here are 12 Dot Painting Templates to enjoy with the elderly.
Colouring-in templates for World Indigenous Day
These words have been ‘borrowed’ from the indigenous people of north America. The original indigenous words have been adapted to the English language.
Find the American Indian words!
Feathers are used by many native people around the world. They are used to make headdresses, masks and to adorn clothes. This easy headdress pattern is based on one of the many types used by American Indians.
Here is some interesting trivia to share about indigenous people around the world.
The 'Quechua' language was spoken by several indigenous groups in South America living in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Peru and Ecuador. Here are some Quechua words that are widely used in Spanish and English. Let clients define the words before revealing them.