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Aboriginal Bush Food Snap

For thousands of years, Aboriginal people have utilised and cared for the Australian landscape. Plant foods consumed across the continent varies greatly, and the harvesting of these foods forms an important part of cultural, spiritual and community life.

With this Snap Game (which can also be used as a Memory Game), children can learn about the important concept of matching pairs and also learn about some Australian native plant bush foods.

Card images include:

  • Bunya Nut

  • Quandong

  • Riberry

  • Wattleseed

  • Pigface

  • Bush Tomato

  • Finger Lime

  • Kakadu Plum

  • Macadamia

  • Saltbush

Set of 40 cards (4 x 10 images).
Images designed by Mirii Designs

Card size is 7.5cm x 10.5xm and all are printed on gloss laminate for durability. Each pack is presented in a cardboard box which is sealed in plastic.

The founder of Riley Callie is Deborah Hoger, a Dunghutti woman with an Anthropology background.

Aurifer is a Social Enterprise dedicated to supporting Steiner Education in Australia. We supply ethically made and environmentally sound resources for the education of head, heart and hands. We work with manufacturers who share our ethos including upholding the dignity of the human being by providing meaningful work individuals with special needs. 100% of profits from the sale of our products go to supporting Steiner education initiatives. Aurifer is committed to Reconciliation with First Nations people and we provide support to Indigenous education communities. We thank you for your support. Read more here

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For thousands of years, Aboriginal people have utilised and cared for the Australian landscape. Plant foods consumed across the continent varies greatly, and the harvesting of these foods forms an important part of cultural, spiritual and community life.

With this Snap Game (which can also be used as a Memory Game), children can learn about the important concept of matching pairs and also learn about some Australian native plant bush foods.

Card images include:

  • Bunya Nut

  • Quandong

  • Riberry

  • Wattleseed

  • Pigface

  • Bush Tomato

  • Finger Lime

  • Kakadu Plum

  • Macadamia

  • Saltbush

Set of 40 cards (4 x 10 images).
Images designed by Mirii Designs

Card size is 7.5cm x 10.5xm and all are printed on gloss laminate for durability. Each pack is presented in a cardboard box which is sealed in plastic.

The founder of Riley Callie is Deborah Hoger, a Dunghutti woman with an Anthropology background.

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Australian Makers

Aurifer - Australian Steiner Supplies supports Australian artists, authors and manufacturers of products as part of its Social Threefolding ethos. We value the creative initiative of the many makers of fine products such as candles, cards, teaching resources and more.

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