• using kinship charts to identify kinship terms for immediate family, comparing with terms used in their own family
  • recognising that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have their own personal relationships with animal species and natural phenomena
  • recognising that people have a personal relationship with place, for example, birth place
  • identifying skin names where appropriate
  • understanding that ceremonial body markings, designs and paintings are determined by family, skin and story
  • identifying which stories belong to which natural features, including animals and natural species, and discussing their significance