Want to introduce new games that promote physical activity, but also challenge problem solving skills of students? There is no better way than embracing the various Traditional Indigenous Games available. There is a wide range of spectacular Traditional Indigenous Games that will rouse children. These games can be played every day, becoming a normal part of the physical activity plan for the home, centre or school.

The first step Educational Experience recommends is to introduce Yulunga*: Traditional Indigenous Games to educators and students. DVD is free from AIS, links below.

http://www.ausport.gov.au/participating/indigenous/resources/games_and_activities

http://www.ausport.gov.au/participating/indigenous/resources/games_and_activities/full_resource

http://shop.ausport.gov.au/epages/ais.sf/en_AU/?ObjectPath=/Shops/ais/Products/17-012

To create sustainable links to the Traditional Indigenous Games, Educational Experience recommends having your educators trained by Elders or Indigenous experts in the games. NSW Sport and Recreation and similar governmental departments in all states and territories can organise professional development suited to your needs.