Uncle Cheesy: Early childhood education is paramount
to anybody’s development and growth.
this is Kendall and this is Katana.
I believe all the little ones should go to kindy
and learn and interact with the other kids.
[Singing] Imba Mungas (Listen with ears.
Imba Dili Mookas (Listen with eyes)
Imba Murras (Listen with hands)
Noonoongle (Look now)
Murrdi Gundoos (People kids)
Uncle Cheesy: Culture in early childhood is the foundation
of where we’re going,
where we’ve come from.
Aunty Cindy: It got lost for a while.
Our culture is family.
If we have family we have our culture.
Caitlin: Learning about their culture at an early age
I believe gives them a sense of identity.
Aunty Cindy: Children are learning all the time,
even two years olds, one years olds,
they’re learning from their parents.
Mums and bubs is parents working with their bubs
sitting down doing puzzles together,
sitting down and reading stories.
I think it’s fabulous.
By the time they get into Year 1, they’re experts.
[Singing] These little footprints
follow in the footprints
‘til these little footprints
become the footprint
of the future.
Visit your local kindy to find out more.