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NAIDOC | Aboriginal Studies | Tiddalik the Frog

Tiddalik is a small mischievous and very thirsty frog who appears in one of Australia’s best known Creation Stories. It’s the story of a frog whose greed results in all of the water in the creeks, lakes and rivers being depleted, resulting in the other animals working together to see it returned. Tap add and us the label tool to explain what lessons we can learn from this story. Tap check when complete. https://museumsvictoria.com.au/bunjilaka/about-us/creation-stories/

3rd Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, Social Studies
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The Tiddalik story helps to teach children a number of different lessons: The importance of our environment and the preciousness of our water resources. The value of our Elders and the importance of listening to those whose life experiences can help us make good decisions. To share and not be greedy or selfish. The importance of teamwork.