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Mathematics, moon phases, and tides

Explore the cultural ties of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to the Moon and tides in your classroom. Delve into their traditions connecting lunar phases to environment, hunting, fishing, and agriculture. Understand the scientific aspects of lunar phases, tides, and gravity's role in shaping their practices.

Subject:

Mathematics

Year level:

Level 8

Foamy waves rolling onto a beach under a golden sunrise.

Breaking Waves at Sunrise, Killarney Beach, Gunditjmara country. Tiffany Garvie. Source: Ngarrngga. © Tiffany Garvie 2023. Used under licence

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