Top 5 First Nations Gifts for Children

December 17, 2022

Are you looking for a First Nations created gifts for your Aussie Kids? This curated list might be just what you are looking for!

  1. A deadly book for children of any age! Imagine your child diving into a good book, being taken on an adventure to another place they have not visited… and learning about First Nations cultures.
    You might love our books: ‘My Deadly Boots‘ (Lothian 2022) is a picture book about identity and connection, ‘Black Cockatoo‘ (Magabala 2018) is a middle reader about finding yourself and culture, ‘Tracks of the Missing‘ (Magabala 2022) is a YA suspense thriller about an outback murder mystery. Or you might like to find a First Nations book from one of these deadly bookstore: Magabala Books, Koori Curriculum, FISH Enterprises, Riley Callie Resources and Yarn Strong Sista.
  2. Puzzles! Problem solving, imagination, hand-eye coordination and good old fashioned fun. Yarn Strong Sista has a good selection for younger children, and FISH Enterprises have some great puzzles for upper primary and teenagers.
  3. Dolls! We LOVE the beautiful hand-sewn dolls over on Riley Callie Resources and the Australian animal puppets and dolls at Koori Curriculum!
  4. Something wooden or sustainable! We love the wooden toys available at Koori Curriculum.
  5. Art and craft such as the wonderful packs on the Welcome to Country shop.

We support First Nations businesses- and you can too! Visit Supply Nation Directory to find other businesses that are First Nations owned 🙂

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