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FREE ITEM - This powerpoint is the visual display of children working in factories and mines during the Industrial Revolution. Contains images from England and the USA. No text - just images.

It creates an attractive finished product, great for Anzac Day displays. Directions: Simple copy each of the 5 pages for each child, cut around the shape and place one on top of the other in order to spell the word. Staple with 3 staples on the outside edge. This activity is suitable for Years 3 - 6.

ANZAC Heroes - Victoria Cross Winners can be used for ANZAC Day and Rememberance Day activities. This resource contains 16 information cards on 16 different Australian Victoria Cross winners( to be laminated) 16 display sheets—one for each hero—I copy these on A3 to give children plenty of room to record information

This activity consists of 20 venn diagrams; Australia compared and contrasted with 10 African countries and 10 South American countries. Each venn diagram comes with the related map and flag for each country. All children need to do is research their allocated country and record the information on the venn diagrams. Makes a great display for open nights.

This is a simple and engaging activity for children. They will firstly construct a volcano and then have the chance to erupt it in a spectacular manner. This is all achieved using easily obtained materials.

Biomimicry is an exciting way to inspire young children to be creative, curious and to observe the world. The projects are intended to inspire a playful and creative approach towards problem solving. Children come to understand how animals and plants can be used as a platform upon which ideas and inventions can be developed. Biomimicry bridges the boundaries traditionally found in education and provides young children with an opportunity to mix art, literature and science with an innovative…

A quick and easy way to check your children’s understanding of Rocks. This poster is to support the Year 4 Earth Science in the Australian Curriculum. Use it at the end of term to check children’s understanding as a final assessment at the end of the topic.

7 Geography Resources for Children

7 Fun Geography Resources for Teaching Children About the World. Great ideas for preschoolers, kindergarteners and elementary aged children.

Classroom Behaviour: Mini Awards

This product (Classroom Behaviour: Mini Awards), is a set of four different behaviour awards that can be printed, laminated and handed out to students within your classroom. They are a way of allowing parents who you don't get to see every afternoon know that their child had positive behaviour throughout the day.I use them in my classroom and the learners can't wait until the end of the day to see who gets to take home the daily award.If you have any questions about this product, please…