This huge pack contains a wealth of resources and assessment items for teaching young students about how life in the past has changed. The pack contains over 40 pages and 12 activities including:
- Instructions (suggestions on how to use each of the resources)
- Venn Diagram – Old, New and No Chang
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:
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.
32 images (16 in color and the same 16 in B&W)
This ZIP file contains all six of my Australia files – Geography of Australia, Australian Aborigines, History of Australia, Australia’s Economy, Australia’s Government, and Location, Climate, and Natural Resources of Australia. There are over 240 pages of notes, group activities, writing assignments
Australian Aboriginal Clip Art: Teach your students about cultural diversity and awareness with this pack of Aboriginal paper. Celebrate NAIDOC week down under by learning about the belief systems of the Aborigines and how it relates to their artwork. Design lessons geared towards t
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:
2. Table of Contents
3. Words to
Let’s get to know Australia!
This worksheet includes 14 pages with a great variety of activities and exercises about Australia. The materials have informative exercises about the things that Australia is famous for, such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Aboriginals, Tasmania, the Sy
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. With a great variety of activities it is perfect across many year levels. Find everything you need in one spot. Simply pick and choose the right activities t
Cute & easy to print activities to complement your teaching about ANZAC Day. I have designed these activities for Junior Years students, however the writing templates are open ended to allow for different text types to be used by upper grades.
I have kept this simple to complement what you tea
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
Activity sheets for learning about personal history, talking about personal memories, family history, family trees, and discussing and comparing objects of the past and present. 14 different activities are included.
This ZIP file contains all four of my S.S. Daily Warm-Up files – Australia, Canada, Europe, & Latin America. There are 280 questions (that’s right, 280!) that you can use to begin your Social Studies class every day. There are enough questions for you to go on in and teach during the summer if y
Aligned to the Australian Curriculum for Year 2, this mini pack of useful worksheets and activities will assist in your teaching of Australian geography. Comes complete with explicit teacher instructions on how to use each sheet and information slides that can be shown to students as sheets are work
Your students will feel as if they stepped back in time to the Harlem Renaissance with this engaging activity. To begin, students will be introduced to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s with a short film clip and lecture. They will take notes on the creative lecture template provided. They will t
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 NEWLY UPDATED slideshow also has 4 ques
The new Australian Curriculum for Humanities and Social Science (H.A.S.S) brings together the strands for History and Geography.
Investigating events, people, places and issues involves a process of inquiry. This pack takes you through the process step-by-step. Also included are display materials t
In this pack students cut out, arrange and stick together the states of Australia. Students also label the correct states, territories and bodies of water. Simply print and copy for each student.
- Labeled map of Australia
- Australian states all on one page for making i
Contained in this pack is EVERYTHING you need to teach Foundation Year Geography to meet the Australian Curriculum Standards (ACARA).
Click here to view a blog post about the changes to the Foundation Y
HASS: History Bundle | Changing technologies
A comprehensive history bundle on changing technologies.
This History program specifically addresses the following Year 2 Australian curriculum outcome:
The impact of changing technology on people's lives and how the technology of the past differs from
Navajo Art History Game: Get your students excited about learning Native American art history by creating a Navajo inspired painting using symbols. Fill up your art sub plan folder with no-prep, fuss-free art projects that are easy to implement for
Do your students know the capital of Tasmania? Or where they can find the largest sand island in the world? Did you know there is a rock formation so nice they named it twice?
The 'Exploring Australia' activity pack is a great resource for students to learn and explore some basic information about
This pack contains A3 Forward Planners for the following Australian Curriculum Learning areas: HASS | Math | English | Science |
Each document is designed as a forward planner WITH EYLF LINKS on the first overview page. The pages that follow contain templates for planning your lessons in a sequent
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
Everything you need to introduce Aboriginal Art into the classroom. Dot paintings make great classroom displays and the flip book makes a great study piece. Aboriginal art activities with step by step instructions, flip book and colourful instructional slides on Aboriginal symbols.
As a special of
Perfect for Australia Day or any Geography/History unit.
This resource is suitable for Prep to Year 3. Finally... an Australia Day resource for younger students!!
In this zipped folder you will find:
• ‘Let’s Celebrate Australia’ – a 30 page PDF to work through with the class (cannot be edited). T
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School Clip Art perfect for Australian and New Zealand sellers and teachers. Art includes girls walking, asking a question, a boy in a hat, school bus, cleaning up the desk, listening, 2 teachers, a group of kids, pencil, hat, juice, sub roll, and meat pie.
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
On 26th January 1788, Aurthur Phillip landed at Sydney Cove and began the first European settlement in Australia. He was accompanied by 11 ships carrying just over 1500 convicts, sailors marines and their families.
This set includes ten images in jpeg, png and blackline versions (30 files in total)
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Tiddalick, the very thirsty frog is a well known Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story. This resource is a prefect way to include an Aboriginal perspective into your classroom for NAIDOC and Reconciliation week.
This resource includes:
* The Dreamti
HASS | Australian mapping activities:
One activity requires students to list Australian states and cities on a map and the other requires students to research a state of choice.
Simple, clear designs that will help your students to learn the Australian states and territories as well as interesting
This Australian booklet is perfect while studying Australia. It even includes some teacher notes so you don't have to search through the Internet.
The pages included in this product cover the following topics:
*Title Page- for a bloke or sheila
*Captain James Cook
A timeline showing the progression of convict colonisation in Australia.
Print this poster out on A3 or larger. Refer to it when learning about Australian settlers and convicts.
Information on poster includes:
1788 – The First Fleet arrived at Botany Bay. After further inspection by Captain Arthu
This pack is designed to encourage students to think about the core values of Harmony Day and how they can contribute to a happier and peaceful world. Harmony Day is celebrated in Australia on the 21st March. It is about celebrating cultural diversity, tolerance and inclusiveness of all Australians
This bundle includes 3 sets - Westward Expansion, Gold Rush and Western Town and Scenes. That's 92 pieces of Color Art and 92 Black and White!
Thumbnails and preview files on this set will be updated to show all the art on
Monday July 31st
WHAT YOU GET IN THIS SET
• Covered Wagon
This is a perfectly computer drawn set of Australian Maps including line art and coloured images. There is also a labeled Australian map with states marked.
There are a total of 30 images in the zip file, each image an individual file. Images are png files and can be easily resized without losing
This 41-page file contains notes (facts, images, vocabulary) about Australia's geography, specifically the Coral Sea, Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock, and Great Victoria Desert (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standard SS6G12). There are also engaging activities, writing assignments, fun proje
This is a unit for the little ones to learn all about Anzac Day. It can also be used for the older ones to independently explore Anzac Day.
It includes posters to explain Anzac Day traditions and symbols.
1. Posters to review the main aspects of why we commemorate Anzac Day
2. Ode Poem
Download a FREE Anzac Day teaching resource pack from R.I.C. Publications.
The pack contains:
- We remember - classroom craft
- Prayer for peace writing prompt
- Soldiers past and present
- Anzac day timeline - connected events
- Anzac day Australian Curriculum links, elaborations, background infor
This 29 slide presentation on Australia provides an overview of its history, geography, government, economy, and culture. This presentation can be used with a worksheet that can be found here: Australia Worksheet, b
All you need to commemorate Australian ANZAC Day in your classroom with plenty of activities - aligns with the Australian curriculum.
- 3 Posters (Wall Display, ANZAC Day, Ode)
- 16 Word Wall Cards with definitions
- ANZAC Day Flip Book
- ANZAC Biscuits Recipe and Method Recount Sheet
- ANZAC Day W
Contained in this bundle is EVERYTHING you need to teach Year 1 Geography and History to meet the Australian Curriculum Standards (ACARA). Included in this pack are activities, worksheets, QR codes, teacher notes, lesson ideas, photographic slides and colour posters all clearly aligned to the ACARA
Here is a great set of worksheets to introduce and teach young learners about Australia and their rich history and culture.
Some of the activities included in this set are:
- Find, match, and read vocabulary words.
- Practice writing, spelling, coloring and drawing.
- Spinner and dice games
This Australian Aboriginal Dot Painting pack contains 9 fun and easy activities for Kindergarten/Grade 1 students to incorporate literacy, math and cultural studies with art.
1. Dot painting with printed dots included that add up to 100.
2. Math recording sheet for dotted artwork.
3. Dot painting w
Wanted posters! 9 pieces of wanted poster clip art for your worksheets or educational resources. All images are high resolution so you can have large versions of them and they'll still be clean and beautiful.
Great for bushrangers, wild west themes etc!
Images are in PNG format with a transparent
A 10 week unit (~10 lessons) exploring Australia's states and territories including emblems and the diversity of their neighbours addressing aspects of the Humanities and Social Science Year 3 ACARA Curriculum.
✩It features fun, engaging, educational and cooperative learning strategies which are s
This color-by-number coloring activity is the perfect way for your students to review key concepts of Australia’s Geography (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standards: SS6G12 and SS6G14). Your students will have fun answering the review questions and coloring in the corresponding answers on t
Your students will love getting to know Captain Cook and discovering the details of his adventures with this great resource designed especially for your Year 5 HASS class. Everything you need is in this file, ready to go, to make your life easier, and free up your time.
These 2 posters contain simple information about Australia to support learning more about my beautiful country!
These posters can be used for displays in the classroom.
The pictures have been obtained using 'google' images.
Australia and New Zealand Fact Cards are a quick, flexible, colorful and fun way to expand your unit! Start building interest in your topic each morning with these 30 fascinating fact cards that go beyond the basics.
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ANZAC Day Pack is a set of learning activities that can be used as a sequenced series of lessons or as individual tasks. Most importantly, it has been created to teach students about the importance of ANZAC Day in our country.
These word wall cards are the perfect way for your students to familiarize themselves with important vocabulary words from the Canada and Australia Units (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standards: SS6G5, SS6G7, SS6H4, SS6H5, SS6G12, SS6H8, SS6H9). Please see the preview file for a complete l
In 1770 Captain Cook charted the East coast of Australia for the first time. He was accompanied on his journey by a botanist named Joseph Banks.
This set includes three images in jpeg, png and blackline versions (9 files in total). All images are 300 dpi.
The images you will receive are