A fun and engaging way for students to learn about Native Australian Tucker with snap cards!
This versatile resource can be used for a variety of stages to meet outcomes that relate to native bush tucker.
- 32 Native Tucker Snap Cards (print twice for a deck of 64 cards)
- 1-page Native Tucker student worksheet
Play this game using the same principles of traditional snap. Students play in groups of 4 and the deck should be dealt out evenly into 4 piles of cards. Each player starts with their decks face down and places cards onto the pile without looking at them beforehand. If a player places a card on top of a card that is identical, whoever snaps the pile fastest wins the round and they add the pile of cards to their existing hand. Students play until there are no cards left.
The native tucker snap must be printed twice in order to have a full deck of cards (64 cards). Ideally, there would be multiple games playing in the classroom at once.
Each Native Tucker Snap card has a picture and name of native tucker item displayed on it. There is also an accompanying student worksheet that can be used in conjunction with these cards.
These cards can be used for a variety of card-related games including Go Fish, Memory and pens! (Pens is the classic game ‘spoons’ but with pens instead as they are more accessible in a classroom). The games chosen can be differentiated at the discretion of the teacher.
Native tucker, Australian bush foods, indigenous sources of food.
Resource Type: Digital Resource, Activity, Game & Worksheet
Digital File Type: Zipped File – PDF, Word Document.
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