Yarning and story-telling are beautiful ways of learning and an important part of First Nations culture.
These cards contain 60 thought-provoking questions across 20 cards designed to spark interesting conversations and dialogue with your teenagers. Each question is simple but has the potential to start deeper conversations around that topic - you can choose to keep the conversation light, or you may choose to delve deeper to explore your teen’s answers.
They also contain 10 special Affirmation Cards to help build up your teen and encourage positive thinking and confidence.
Use as ice-breakers, in group time, or any time when you have five minutes spare.
Perfect for use in yarning circles, the classroom, or home.
Card pack includes 30 cards. Card size is 7.5cm x 10.5cm and all are printed on 300gsm gloss laminate for durability. Each pack is presented in a cardboard box which is sealed in plastic. Proudly printed by Indigiprint. Design by Mirii Designs
The creator of this game is Debbie Hoger, a Dunghutti woman and a Mum of two beautiful young children. She feels there is a great need to ensure that Indigenous culture is taught and learnt about all throughout a child's education, but especially in the early years, as these are the foundational years which set the scene for a child's future learning as a student.
We purchase these cards directly off Debbie.