Children’s Folklore in Australia:
The Australian Children’s Folklore Collection (Museums Victoria)
Childhood, Tradition and Change (A national study of the historical and contemporary practices and significance of Australian children’s playlore).
Play Australia (Promoting the Value of Play)
Australian Folklore Network (AFN), Representing Australian folklore collectors, researchers and performers and supporting the collection, study and dissemination of Australian folklore, in all its many varieties.
Play and Folklore (Play and Folklore was published between 1981 and 2016 as forum for discussion about childhood and children’s culture).
Articles & Videos
Coronavirus in Children’s Eyes is an audio-visual exhibition produced by ACIAC in partnership with Jeffrey Chen Art Studio, Art Wonderland Studio and Bingbing Art Studio.
‘Pandemic objects: Hopscotch‘, V&A Blog
‘How the coronavirus is influencing children’s play‘, The Atlantic
‘Keep Your Distance.’ Clapping rhyme by Irene Chagall
‘Kids Explain Their Rhymes, Games and Songs‘, Library of Congress
‘Let’s Play Today! Building connection & play through COVID-19‘, Play Australia
‘Coronavirus spotlights equity and access issues with children’s right to play‘, The Conversation
‘Where’s all the toilet paper?: Answering kids’ coronavirus questions‘, Sydney Morning Herald