94. Double Peg Doll Set - Symbols

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Aboriginal Peg Dolls are my most popular item!

Aboriginal Symbol Dolls

These dolls are different skin tones, to represent many Indigenous people as we are all unique backgrounds.

Multi skin toned dolls, representing more of our First Nations people.
These dolls have Aboriginal symbols each representing something different... (Waterhole, man,/boy meeting place, rainbow/mountains, woman/girl, sun/star)
Perfect for children to become familiar with popular symbols and for creative small storytelling.

The back story to these dolls- I myself, as well as many Indigenous people have fair skin. My family are mixed dark and light. To me these dolls represent Identity!

I wanted more children to be able to connect and relate to the dolls.

Dolls that represent different shades and meanings of our First Nations People. I hope you all love this new range as much as I do! ❤️🖤💛

These items are handmade. Paint marking or colours may differ slightly to stock photos.


Need Inspo? Create small world play areas or cultural displays with my Wooden Indigenous Peg Dolls, lay some soil, grass, leaves and branches etc on a little tray table and create a little world so children can play and learn.
Or for yourself or a special someone to simply display at home or work.

Are you an Early Childhood Educator? So am I!

All of my dolls and houses fit into the EYLF:

1: Identity- Children develop knowledgeable and confident self identities

2: Connect & Contribute- Multicultural dolls allow children to respond to diversity with respect

3: Wellbeing- Supporting Indigenous children’s social and emotional wellbeing by providing dolls they can personally resonate with

4: Learning- Children are learning about our very important cultural history in a play based, age appropriate learning environment and including Indigenous lives apart of our every day play experiences

5: Communication- A wonderful way to extend on cultural learning, involving children in open discussions and the opportunity to extend children’s learning and thinking with a more wholistic natural approach