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Postal: PO Box 3042, Wooli, NSW 2462, Australia.
Phone: +61 412 248 145
ABN: 18 164 267 047

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The HAR resources improve print literacy levels, particularly in remote communities, by developing resources that Indigenous learners can relate to, succeed with and feel proud of. This is because they are: * developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders and community * written in the oral language of the playground, using themes, words and illustrations that learners can recognize and identify with * phonics based * complemented by learning materials, songs and rhymes * enjoyable for all ages, all over Australia * founded on research, proven to work, showing exceptional results!
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Honey Ant ReadersMonday, November 20th, 2017 at 9:06pm
Congratulations Emily. Emily Kame Kngwarreye only began painting on canvas in her 80's - a shining example that it's never too late to start anything that is driven by passion and conviction!
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Honey Ant ReadersMonday, November 20th, 2017 at 9:02pm
What a wonderful story!
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Honey Ant ReadersThursday, October 19th, 2017 at 6:31pm
We are also excited to be working with young offenders in developing appropriate literacy resources. So many of these young people have not had the opportunities to excel at their talents, while reconnecting with their heritage. Fantastic to see this art project having a positive impact on their lives.
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Honey Ant ReadersSaturday, October 7th, 2017 at 12:41pm
A set of Western Arrernte Honey Ant Readers makes its way to a home west of Alice Springs, where it belongs!
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Honey Ant ReadersTuesday, October 3rd, 2017 at 3:20pm
Cultural Elder Marjorie Williams teaches HARs about Aboriginal bush-tucker. The quandong tree bears orange/red fruit the size of plums, full of nutrients and a healthy dose of vitamin C.