About This Product: Lesson on The First Fleet – The Jouney.
A research activity looking at the life in England which led to the First Fleet voyage.
A cloze passage to further help students understand the enormity of the voyage.
The journey itself and a look at what provisions were packed followed by a group activity with a new scenario.
Poster on First Fleet ships
Convict crimes poster
Australian Curriculum Year 4: Humanities and Social Sciences: History - ACHHK079
Year Level: 4/5/6
Resource Type: PDF
Number of Pages: 12
We also have First Fleet Posters
which show the journey on an A3 size map. Great for display on IWB. These 2 posters are $2.
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