Thalu-Ngarli Memory Game
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A memory matching game for children like no other that celebrates and teaches Aboriginal words and language. The matching game is a great game to stimulate kids memory in a playful way!
Once you've put together all the pairs, learn about all the fascinating Australian creatures in both Yindjibarndi and english names.
Children can play alone or with friends or family.
MATCH IT: A fun, simple game of matching pairs. In the format of a classic memory game.
BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED: Discover 20 beautifully illustrated cards
GIFT: The perfect gift for animal lovers or anyone looking for a beautiful family game.
- 20 pairs
- Presented in a beautiful box, great for gifting
- Beautifully designed illustrations by Roebourne District Kids
Juluwarlu Art Group is a collective of Yindjibarndi artists who celebrate Yindjibarndi Country, culture and language through a diverse range of artistic practices. The collective is based in Ieramagadu (Roebourne), a town of approximately 900 people which is located in the remote north-western Pilbara region of Western Australia, while the ancestral homeland of the artists, Yindjibarndi Country, surrounds the nearby Millstream Tablelands and Fortescue River area.
The art group is part of Juluwarlu Group Aboriginal Corporation (JGAC), an Aboriginal owned and governed organisation that is dedicated to preserving, recording and promoting the culture of Yindjibarndi people. JGAC’s work spans multiple platforms, and includes an archive that is nationally-recognised, broadcast media, language preservation, cultural mapping, documentary production, on-Country trips and, more recently, art-making.
Juluwarlu Art Group was established in 2016 in response to requests from members of the Yindjibarndi community who saw the potential of art as a way of further sharing and protecting Yindjibarndi stories, culture and language. Juluwarlu Art Group now provides significant support and services to over 30 artists, offering opportunities for skills development and enabling them to share their artworks and stories with a wider audience, thereby earning an income while expressing, maintaining, and celebrating Yindjibarndi culture. While predominantly working within the practice of acrylic painting on canvas, Juluwarlu artists have become known for their diverse art practices, which also include carved yarranga marni boards and scratchboards, wooden artefacts, fibre works, jewellery, and works on paper.
This is a great game with traditional language and nice pictures
Very happy with the cards ,
good service and prompt delivery.