• Aboriginal Animal Stickers
  • Aboriginal Animal Stickers
  • Aboriginal Animal Stickers

Aboriginal Animal Stickers

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Celebrate your student's learning with a special set of 300 stickers illustrated by Gamilaroi artist, Lakkari Pitt. Each sticker is designed in Lakkari's iconic colour palette, with Aboriginal symbols and meanings designed to motivate, inspire and celebrate your students' achievement in all areas of their learning. 

This set of stickers feature a series of symbols used to represent different animal tracks. "You Have Come So Far" features a Guugarr or Goanna track, symbolising a journey of learning. Bundarr or Kangaroo tracks are symbolised on "Hopping into new Learning" as kangaroos hop from place to place. Dhinawan or Emu tracks are represented on "Working Hard!" as when emu's are nesting the female in particular works extremely hard gathering food for her chicks.

Each compact sticker roll is housed in a beautiful box which can be conveniently used to dispense the stickers.

Sticker descriptions:

  • working hard
  • hopping into new learning
  • you have come so far

    Special features:

    • 300 self-adhesive stickers 
    • 3.8 cm in diameter 
    • waterproof vinyl stickers
    • dispenser box

    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 directly support the artist and First Nations led organisations.

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