For 100 years, Mays Gibbs’ stories continue to inspire children and adults in Australia and beyond. Her wealth of content provides many ways to bring creativity into the classroom. Browse our selection of lesson plans and bring the stories to life with your students. We’re always adding new content so check back often for new inspiration.
1.Using Sound To Tell Stories
Go on a musical journey as you explore the bush fantasy world of May Gibbs and students experiment with sound to tell a story.
2.Creating Visual Artworks
A great literacy and art themed lesson plan examining May Gibbs’ images and illustrations to create visual artworks inspired by her work.
3.Social and Emotional Learning Through the Arts
Explore the social and emotional themes presented in May Gibbs’ stories to help children understand different social structures, emotions and emotional experiences.