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.
Meaning: Stick in Gamilaroi language
Description: This symbol represents two clap sticks, which are used in Aboriginal culture to celebrate and draw attention. This stamp can be used if a student has displayed excellent listening skills.
Description: Coolamons are used to gather traditional and contemporary foods, medicines, and other necessities. They are also used to cradle and nurse young babies. This stamp can be used when a student has shown that they are actively using the skills they have learnt by gathering and applying it. It can also be used when a student has shown compassion to others.
Meaning: Star in Gamilaroi language
Description: First Nations people use the night sky to navigate their way across Country, to indicate what season it is and also to predict weather (among many other things). The night sky is filled with Miiris that are keepers of this knowledge. This stamp can be used to reward students for being leaders, guiders or knowledge holders.
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.