BUNTING & ACCENTS - Alphabet + Numbers - The Jagun Collection
BUNTING & ACCENTS - Alphabet + Numbers - The Jagun Collection
BUNTING & ACCENTS - Alphabet + Numbers - The Jagun Collection
BUNTING & ACCENTS - Alphabet + Numbers - The Jagun Collection
BUNTING & ACCENTS - Alphabet + Numbers - The Jagun Collection
BUNTING & ACCENTS - Alphabet + Numbers - The Jagun Collection

BUNTING & ACCENTS - Alphabet + Numbers - The Jagun Collection

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 Are you looking for meaningful classroom decor that will enable you to create a beautiful & calm classroom space that engages your learners?

The Jagun Collection celebrates First Nations culture and traditions through the incorporation of exclusive artworks from contemporary Aboriginal artist and teacher, Holly Sanders. It supports your learners with clear visuals and fonts, curriculum content, and everything that you need to create an organised classroom space. 

Use these alphabet accents and bunting to create any headings you wish in your classroom.

Included:
  • Circular accents- letters A-Z in 4 different patterns + variety set
  • Circular accents- numbers 1-10 in 4 different patterns + variety set
  • Circular accents- punctuation ! ?
  • Bunting- letters A-Z in 4 different patterns + variety set
  • Bunting- numbers 1-10 in 4 different patterns + variety set
  • Bunting- punctuation ! ?

PS - If you are a member of The Hive, you will also have access to exclusive slides & digital resources to complement these printable resources. Not a member yet? You can find out more here.
THE STORY BEHIND JAGUN:

‘Jagun’ means ‘country’ in the Bundjalung language. All of the art that Holly has created for this collection are elements and stories of Country. Holly explains the meaning behind this name, and collection, below:

‘This collection acknowledges and celebrates our sacred Jagun - Country. First Nations people’s relationship with Country is sacred, and is interconnected with our culture, kinship, traditions, song lines, languages, and physical, spiritual and emotional wellbeing. Country is our mother and it is our responsibility to care for her.

First Nations people are the original storytellers, educators and holders of knowledge on this Country. Our connections and relationships to Country continues to remains strong today. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.’

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