A set of 20 beautiful Aboriginal Symbol Flash Cards, perfect as a visual aid in any learning context, for both children and adults alike.
Produced by Indigenous business, Riley Callie Resources.
These cards were initiated and created by Sydney based social workers Ola El-Hassan and Lobna Yassine, in collaboration with the students from Birrong Boys High School and Miller Technology High School, as part of the Tree of Life program. This program was adapted for Muslim young people in Australia. They were created in response to the lack of diversity in resources for young Muslims in Australia. Ola and Lobna felt there was a need to fill this gap, in order to generate useful conversations with young Muslims. The values and... More info
Now with brand new illustrations, the second edition of these bestselling cards continues to provide a tool to consider and discuss a multitude of positive and negative emotions. The cards cover the entire range of emotions identified within Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions, and a Blob Plutchik wheel is provided to show how the emotions relate to each other. Blobs are a way to discuss issues in a deep, meaningful way and yet they can be understood by adults and children alike. The groups of Blobs on these cards are... More info
*A Tool for Children and Young People to Develop Self-Advocacy Skills and Build Resilience* This conversational tool made up of 52 cards and accompanying guidance, helps young people build their advocacy skills by establishing their own strengths and needs. Organised into 10 categories, the cards cover additional needs, feelings and communication, how to seek help, and many more useful topics to develop resilience. There are around 150 questions which can be used flexibly by young people and facilitating adults, such as: What do I think I am good at/not... More info