Create a visual display of Australia's Prime Ministers in your classroom
Australian Curriculum Content Descriptor:
This set of 29 A3 Posters features Australia’s 29 Prime Ministers that will look great on your classroom wall! Each poster features the image of a Prime Minister, their name and years in office.
In Year 6 students are required to develop an appreciation and understanding of Australia's political system and its development. Getting to know the Prime Ministers is part of this.
Please check the thumbnails to see what you will receive in this package.
Please note that due to the high quality of the graphics in this file it is very large, please keep this in mind when downloading and printing.
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Australian Curriculum * HASS * Australian History * Australian Prime Ministers * Year 6 * Posters * Classroom Display
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