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Indigenous astronomy and seasonal calendars

You may have heard of the ‘Dark Emu’, in this resource students will explore how celestial movements are linked to events on earth. By researching seasonal calendars and life cycles, students will begin to learn how these are central to many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Subject:

Humanities and Social Sciences

Year level:

Level 5

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