Aboriginal Indigenous educational cards game
Aboriginal Indigenous educational cards game

Bush Foods Snap Game Cards

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For thousands of years, Aboriginal people have utilised and cared for the Australian landscape. Plant foods consumed across the continent varies greatly, and the harvesting of these foods forms an important part of cultural, spiritual and community life.

With this Snap Game (which can also be used as a Memory Game), children can learn about the important concept of matching pairs and also learn about some Australian native plant bush foods.

Card images include:

  • Bunya Nut

  • Quandong

  • Riberry

  • Wattleseed

  • Pigface

  • Bush Tomato

  • Finger Lime

  • Kakadu Plum

  • Macadamia

  • Saltbush

Set of 40 cards (4 x 10 images).
Images designed by Miiri Designs

Card size is 7.5cm x 10.5xm and all are printed on gloss laminate for durability. Each pack is presented in a cardboard box

These cards are made for us by Debbie Hoger, a Dunghutti woman with an Anthropology background, and a Mum of two beautiful young children. She feels there is a great need to ensure that Indigenous culture is taught and learnt about all throughout a child's education, but especially in the early years, as these are the foundational years which set the scene for a child's future learning as a student. Through her business she wants to see the rich depth of knowledge held by Indigenous Australia shared with all children and youth in Australia.