Recipes for Harmony

Cultural Infusion has created an eBook for primary students to celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity. Recipes for Harmony, is a free resource that includes stories of Australians from all different backgrounds including AFL star Bachar Houli, Masterchef Australia contestant Alice Zaslavsky and Triple J Heywire winner Tiffany Davey. The resource also includes documentaries by CuriousWorks.

Developed for the Australian Government Department of Social Services and the Scanlon Foundation to coincide with the 2015 Harmony Day and A Taste of Harmony celebrations, Recipes for Harmony is accompanied by a website with a comprehensive education resource guide with videos, audio and hours of classroom activities. Mapped to the Australian Curriculum, there are many activities and links with the Geography Curriculum. It is especially relevant for Year 2 : People are connected to many places and Year 6: A diverse and connected world.

Download the eBook to discover a unique way to educate students on cultures from across the globe with personal stories, recipes, cultural profiles, language tools and videos.

Barbara Petchenik
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