I’ve always wanted to travel to Australia – I even had a working holiday visa to get me in. Alas, in the weird ways of the world, I haven’t (yet) made it there (but I did find my husband in Northern Ireland while trying to raise the funds for Australia). I’ve known a few people who have travelled, lived, and worked there, and I love to hear their stories. Maybe someday I’ll get there, but in the meantime, we can learn about the Australian culture through Aboriginal Dot Art.
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- Crafty Moms Share on Multicultural Kid Blogs
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- Living Ideas
- Peakle Pie
- Crazy Little Family Adventures
- Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes
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Aboriginal Dot Art was my favorite from last month:
There were 44 posts linked up last week and the one that caught my eye were these stunning Aboriginal dot art pictures that were created in a classroom with Little Hiccups.
Thank you for linking-up, and we can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!