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If you're looking for an engaging way for students to make comparisons of life in the past with today in their social studies, then this pack will keep your students engaged with these awesome hands-on activities. This huge resource is no prep and easy to use making it perfect for distance learning.
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Get your students excited about learning art history and NAIDOC Week in Australia by creating an Aboriginal dreaming painting. Need last minute art sub plans? Fill up your emergency folder with engaging art projects that are easy for substitute teachers. Teach your students about the Aborigines, the
In this mini unit, students will be able to define what a primary and secondary source is and be able to give examples of the different types of sources. I created this after I found a real need to teach this concept to my Grade 5/6 class explicitly. There are 5 different activities included: 1.
This is a collection of Australia images.The images included in this set are: flag, map, boy, girl, bunting, kangaroo, koala, hat, boomerang, crocodile, surfer, Aboriginal boy, Sydney Harbor Bridge, Opera House, Ayers Rock and word art sign.Torres Strait & Aboriginal flags have been added to thi
The United States version of my Me on the Map Packet is my second best selling product of all time. I love knowing it is being used in so many classrooms, well...all over the map...and by request I have created this AUSTRALIAN VERSION of the product for my friends Down Under. :)This product will al
This AWESOME 70 page unit on Australia has a 35 page Power Point filled with all of the important information and highlights of this great continent. It also includes countless printable activities to complement your "trip" to Australia! Table of Contents: 1. Cover 2. Table of Contents 3. Words to
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Celebrate Australia with your class! This 70 page resource and activity pack can be used to celebrate Australia Day or at anytime of the year. HUGE variety of activities, games, printables and worksheets that can be used across many year levels. Find everything you need in one spot. Simply pick and
This printable, no-prep activity pack is a great 28-page tool for students to learn about the Gold Rush era in Australia. This activity pack aligns with the NSW HSIE/Australian HASS curriculum and includes different learning activities to encourage different styles of learners to participate and lea
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Cut and Paste a map of AUSTRALIA! Students cut out pieces, stick them together and then correctly label a map of Australia. A NO PREP pack, simply print and copy for each student. Very accurate maps are used. Included:Labeled map of AustraliaAustralian states all on one page for making individual ma
Did you know that ‘Diggers’ often enjoy a ‘Gunfire Breakfast’ after early morning Dawn Parades? (A gunfire-breakfast is coffee and rum!) Immerse your class in the rich history of Anzac Day to support their understanding of this important annual commemoration…This 56 page mini booklet pack is desi
Explore Australia with your students! Learn about it's geography and history through these no-prep, printable, engaging & differentiated activities exploring Australia.What's inside?Students will learn:Where in the world is Australia?Australian States and Territories (differentiated pages)States
This simple Anzac Day craft idea would be perfect for Australian or New Zealand children commemorating Anzac Day. It could be also used in a study of Australiana. The file includes the templates and simple instructions to make this craft. Anzac Day is an important holiday in both Australia and New Z
Inquiry skills are at the heart of the HASS Australian Curriculum. This resource provides you with posters, templates and checklists to support your teaching of the inquiry process in year three and four. The resource has three sections;❶ Display Materials❷ Printable Templates❸ ChecklistsThe display
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This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous places, food, art, and the culture of Australia. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Australia. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow also has 4 questions at the end
Directed drawing is a hit in our classroom! Your students will love seeing their Anzac Ted transform whilst following these simple step by step instructions. You will be amazed at the results that even little hands can produce and the uniqueness of each child's drawings. This activity is the perfect
An overview of who Australia's Indigenous peoples are, their traditions, flags and culture. These slides are perfect for running through with students when the question of 'Who are Australia's Indigenous People?' arises. These slides will help your students understand the difference between the term
This simple Harmony Day activity will keep your students busy and is the perfect way to display their Harmony Day writing.Simply choose from the 5 provided templates, colour in the people and place a handprint in the centre.5 templates included:- Blank- Thin writing lines- Thick writing lines- Live
Tom Appleby, Convict Boy is the perfect novel to accompany your Year 4 Australian Curriculum History unit. Book Description: A story of transportation and life in a new world. At the tender age of eight, chimney sweep Tom Appleby is convicted of stealing and sentenced to deportation to Botany
This is a 10 lesson unit on Australian Indigenous People and their culture. This unit directly relates to the relevant History, Year 3 Australian Curriculum. Although can be adapted to suit both Year 2 and 4. This unit includes: • Detailed outlines for each of the ten lessons • ACARA Unit Plan • E
A perfect addition to NAIDOC week or adding to your indigenous activities in your room. This pack includes 36 Australian Aboriginal Symbol cards in 2 different sizes and can be used for a variety of activities by a variety of year levels. Some suggestions include:-Large mats for playdough mats-Small
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This day is a huge part of our Australian and New Zealand shared history. It is a huge responsibility to make sure we engage our students in this recognition and commemoration of this event. This pack will assist in building their knowledge and understanding of the sacrifices that have been made.Thi
Icludes simple colouring pages and word search activities to use on Harmony Day as part of your lessons.Please view preview for full resource.******************************************************Related Products• Intercultural Understanding Posters• Multicultural resource GOOD MORNING FROM AROUND T
Commemorate Anzac Day with students in Australia, New Zealand and around the world with color and creativity. Use these abstract, eye catching poppy templates and posters to create stunning artworks and Anzac Day displays for the classroom. Contents: 1. 2 coloured posters to print out and decorate
4th Grade Social Studies Mega Bundle: All of my Social Studies interactive, hands on units in one huge bundle...a must have for any Ohio social studies teacher! Immerse students all year long in over 50 activities stemming directly from the new Learning Standards in Ohio! Units include vocabulary

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