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This engaging Then and Now pack will help your students to make comparisons between life in the past and today in their social studies lessons. With a range of awesome hands-on activities, printables, diorama, real photographs, QR codes and short texts - this huge history resource is no prep and easy to use making it perfect for distance learning. This also makes an excellent product for your Changes in Technology unit or study.Click here to find the Google Slides version of this product.Topics
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. Definitions and flip flap foldable for history books 2. Cut and paste activity to become familiar with and to sort primary and secondary sources. Answer key included. 3.Primary and Secondary Source
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 this set.36 images (18 in color and the same 18 in B&W)This set contains all of the images shown.Images saved at 300dpi in PNG files.For personal or commercial use.CLICK HERE for TERMS OF USEThis is
This bundle contains my Australia resource packs – Geography of Australia, Where Australians Live and Trade, Australia’s Government, Australia’s Economy, Australia's Factors of Economic Growth, and History of Australia. There are over 460 pages of notes, group activities, writing assignments, projects, printables, etc., included in this file. Included in this file:~Geography of Australia~Where Australians Live and How They Trade (Location, Climate, & Natural Resources)~Australia’s Government
If you want to save time on your Geography planning, then this thorough pack will provide you with all the resources you need to teach Year 1 HASS with ease. Closely aligned to the ACARA knowledge and Understanding, each activity has been differentiated to make planning for your students so much easier. Click here and SAVE 20% by buying ALL the HASS Year 1 Resources in 1 Bundle!Click here and SAVE 30% by buying ALL the HASS Foundation to Year 3 Resources in 1 Bundle! This easy-to-use packet incl
Let’s get to know Australia! This worksheet includes 20 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, Aboriginals, Tasmania, the Sydney Opera House, and many other things! Word searches, puzzles and other kinds of activities are included to make it a fun and interesting class. GOOGLE SLIDES AND FILLABLE PDF VERSIONS INCLUDED!Overview:Page 1-2: Introd
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 allow you to easily make modifications to meet the varied needs of your learners and make the project applicable to multiple grade levels. It contains a nesting circle project option, a teaching guide,
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 what is used today. Includes a thorough PowerPoint (and also a PDF file) on the olden days, covering electricity, communication and transport with visually appealing photographs. VIEW POWERPOINT HE
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 Know 4. Australian Expressions 5. For the Teacher 6. KWL chart 7. Note taking Organizer 8. Map of Australia 9. Climate 10. Geography 11. Landforms 12. Regions 13. Famous Cities 14. Other Cities 15
This mapping pack will help your students understand what the Australian states and territories are and where the capitals are. Students can use the hands-on activities to map Australia's climate, position in the Southern Hemisphere and location in the world. Beautiful slides in the PowerPoint will guide students through each section and will save you time with your Geography lesson plan.Click here and SAVE 30% by buying ALL of my other Australian Social Studies Resources in 1 Bundle!If you woul
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 1920s with a short film clip and lecture. They will take notes on the creative lecture notes template provided. Print and Digital. Perfect for distance learning.They will then take part in a gallery walk where they will view art, poems, and literature of famous Harlem Renaissance artists and writers such as Langston
Everything you need to teach your students about Harmony Day and Harmony Week. The pack is designed to encourage students to think about the core values of Harmony Day at an age-appropriate level and how they can contribute to a happier and peaceful world. This resources comes in a $$$ saving Harmony Day BUNDLE.Harmony Day is celebrated in Australia on the 21s tof March and now the week leading up to the day is called Harmony Week. It is about celebrating cultural diversity, tolerance and inclus
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 teach your students about ANZAC Day (which I know varies with year levels, schools & individuals). I have included ideas for each part and hope that your children enjoy the cute craft aspects to the
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.
History Program: Year One A 10-week detailed history program based on Australian Curriculum (2015) outcomes for year one students. Covers family roles, leisure activities, toys and clothing. 8 BLMs included! Lesson 1: Past and present families Lesson 2: Roles of men and women Lesson 3: How families have changed over time Lesson 4: History of Toys Lesson 5: History of Toys cont. Lesson 6: 19th Century Schools Lesson 7: Olden Day life Lesson 8: Grandparents Lesson 9: Olden Day Clothing Lesson 10
A fun activity for young students, this pack includes a brief historical background on Aboriginal art and clear step by step instructions and visuals so students can create their own artwork. Perfect for NAIDOC Week or any Australian Aboriginal study. This best-selling pack includes:Aboriginal Australians and history of dot paintings informationStep-by-step instructions for students with visuals on how to do dot painting30 x black and white templates ready to print for students to decorate inclu
In this Year 3 unit, students explore Australia and its neighbours including learning about emblems, climates and features, addressing aspects of the HASS Australian Curriculum. ✩ It is a 10-lesson unit (designed to be taught over a term) that contains all lesson resources including worksheets and posters. ✩ The editable planner includes relevant Australian Curriculum links. ✩ The lessons are kept simple and succinct, five to six steps each, to help you save time. The clear instructions highligh
Celebrate Australia with your class with these 70 pages of activities! Use as part of your unit on Australia, at Australia Day or at anytime of the year. Containing a 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 choose the right activities that suit your students abilitiesWritten by an Australian teacher of 15 years, just for you! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "Excellent resource if you are doing a Unit
If you want to save time on your Geography planning, then this thorough pack will provide you with all the resources you need to teach Year 2 HASS with ease. Closely aligned to the ACARA knowledge and Understanding, each activity has been differentiated to make planning for your students so much easier. Click here and SAVE 20% by buying ALL the HASS Year 2 Resources in 1 Bundle!Click here and SAVE 30% by buying ALL the HASS Foundation to Year 3 Resources in 1 Bundle! This easy-to-use packet incl
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 learn.HOW CAN YOU USE THIS PRODUCT?This pack is a great resource for casuals to have in their bag of tricks, and is equally as useful for classroom teachers to use when exploring historical Australia. It
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). This is a lesson that briefly talks about the history of Australia Day and presents photo stimuli as a talking point of things that are special to Australians. • Teacher resource file containing: photo
History Program: Year Two A 10 week History program for Year Two. Links to the Australian Curriculum (2015) and comes with worksheets to use. Easy to follow and use! Links to great websites and 5 BLMs! A comprehensive PowerPoint has been included with stunning graphics and simplified information. VIEW POWERPOINT HERE! Lesson 1: Old buildings Lesson 2: Change in the environment over time Lesson 3: Change in local area Lesson 4: Significant buildings/monuments Lesson 5: Mini-research Lesson 6:
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 accompaniment to the book Anzac Ted by Belinda Landsberry. This activity is a must for every Anzac Day unit.Simply copy the illustration in each step to create your own Anzac Ted! For younger student
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, Territories and Capital cities, flags and floral emblems (flip-tab booklets or single page matching activities)Map It! - locate key geographical features and create a key (differentiated)Australian,

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