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If you are looking for some fun ways to help the younger Mob learn about different types of fruit and vegetables, check out the Eat Healthy, Stay Deadly colouring book.

The activity book (pictured) can also be a fun activity for everyone to enjoy during NAIDOC Week, which is usually held in the first week of July each year.

Eat Healthy, Stay Deadly colouring book.

It helps children learn about the importance of eating a rainbow of colourful fresh produce every day.

The activity book was developed by VACCHO, the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation.

Parents and educators can adapt the colouring book to all children's needs and also use it to teach physical activities at home or at the early learning centre.