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Face painting is an ancient tradition! Explore the creative designs used by Australia's native peoples, who have painted their faces for centuries.
Have students research information about the Aboriginal people of Australia. Find out about their society, culture, and beliefs. Find photographs of Aboriginal people of various ages. Notice their facial structures, hair textures, and skin coloring. Why do these ancient people paint their faces? What designs do they use? What do they symbolize? Find out about the issues facing these native peoples today, and how they are adapting to today's culture.
Students sketch and color a portrait of an Aboriginal person using Crayola® Multicultural Markers. Refer to photographs for details.
With Crayola Crayons, decorate the face with authentic symbols of Aboriginal culture. Make sure the symbols are appropriate for the age, gender, and status of the person you drew.
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