Colours In Different Languages list colours in 32 different languages spoken throughout Australia. These are very helpful for Educators communicating with children where English isn't their first language and also teach children colours in different languages.
Harmony Week is celebrated from the 20th to the 26th of March 2023. Harmony Day will be celebrated on the 21st of March 2023. The following provides free Printables and Activities that will enable you to celebrate Harmony Week at your service and activities that can be implemented into the curriculum for children.
The Common Words in Different Languages Posters list common words in the multicultural languages spoken throughout Australia. These are very helpful for Educators communicating with children where English isn't their first language and to also teach children common words in different languages.
The 1 To 10 In Different Languages Posters enable children to learn to count from 1 to 10 in languages around the world. This is a fun way for children to learn each other's languages and Educators can include this into group time.
The Children Of The World Matching Cards enable children to match the child card to their matching one. These cards represent children from around the world. This is a great visual awareness activity children can do. This will also show children the similarities and differences between others.
The Harmony In Different Languages Posters show how to say Harmony in different languages from around the world. This is great to be used as a display in the learning environment and to celebrate Harmony Week.