Celebrate your student's learning with meaningful Aboriginal symbols drawn and described first hand by Lakkari. Stick it in your student's workbook, on a certificate or proudly on their hand. Each compact sticker roll comes with 300 stickers and 100 stickers of each design. Limited print.
Title: Miyaay, Birray
Meaning: Miyaay (girl) Birray (boy) in Gamilaroi language
Description: This symbol represents a miyaay or birray sitting down by themselves. This stamp can be used to reward independent learning.
Meaning: Journey tracks
Description: This symbol represents a journey or track (symbolised by the lines on each side) which meet at a significant milestone or meeting place (symbolised by the circle in the centre). This stamp should be used to reward a students learning journey.
Meaning: Meeting Place
Description: This symbol represents a meeting place with lots of miyaay (girls) and birray (boys) sitting around it. This stamp should be used to reward deadly (meaning great or excellent) team work.
About the artist:
Lakkari Pitt is a proud Gamilaroi yinarr (woman) from Walgett, North West New South Wales. Lakkari's art is a contemporary take on the knowledge that her Elders and significant people in her life have passed down throughout generations. Lakkari’s art explores the movement, essence and stories of Country.⠀
Royalties made from the sales of these stickers directly support the artist and will be donated to support First Nations Communities.