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This short nonfiction text ’25 April’ features important factual background information relating to this important date for the ANZACs. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical awareness of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli during World War I.

Celebrating National Days
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This worksheet, ‘5Ws and How of ANZAC Day’ provides a structured diagram that helps students identify the who, what, when, where, why and how of ANZAC Day. It is a great visual graphic that can be used to generate meaningful class discussion.

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This worksheet, ‘5Ws and How of Clean Water’ provides a structured diagram that helps students identify the who, what, when, where, why and how of water sanitation and collection. It is a great visual graphic that can be used as a comprehension activity and to generate meaningful class discussion.

History for Kids
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This history article, ‘A Grimm Tale’ features the brothers Grimm, who shared with the world what would become some of the most beloved fairytales in history. It provides factual information about these brothers and is aimed at broadening students’ cultural and historical awareness.

Celebrating National Days
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This worksheet, ‘A Letter from the Trenches’ is a simple resource that provides students with the opportunity to empathise with how soldiers fighting far from home both today and in the past would be feeling. The students are asked to imagine that they are in the trenches and write a letter home.

Celebrating National Days
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This worksheet, ‘ABCs of ANZAC Day’ provides an alphabet grid that students can use to develop their vocabulary and brainstorm different ideas about ANZAC Day. This is a fun and simple resource that can be used effectively before, during or after an activity and across ability levels. It can also be utilised during individual, pair …More

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This worksheet, ‘ABCs of Clean Water’ provides an alphabet grid that students can use to develop their vocabulary and brainstorm different ideas about the water cycle, water sanitation and water collection. This is a fun and simple resource that can be used effectively before, during or after an activity and across ability levels. It can …More

ANZAC
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This short nonfiction text ‘Alec Campbell’ features important factual background information relating to an Australian legend. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical awareness of the 16-year-old boy who was nicknamed “The Kid”.

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This simple infographic, ‘All the Water Around the World’ is a fantastic colourful resource that is a great addition to a unit on water collection, sanitation or the water cycle. Students are given interesting facts and figures that outline the amount of drinkable water around the world, how it is used and where it is …More

Measurement
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In the learning activity, ‘An Absorbing Challenge’ the challenge is to use measurements of area to make judgements about the relative absorbency of paper towels. Students need to estimate the area of water blots on towels and give reasons for determining which paper towel is the best absorber. An answer sheet is provided and includes …More

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This role-play mask ‘Ant’ is a resource that can be used in a variety of classroom activities. It is a hands-on tool that provides a stimulus to prompt vocabulary and concept development. Use it during class discussions to fuel engagement, or have students use their imaginations to incorporate the mask into other speaking activities. It …More

ANZAC
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This short nonfiction text ‘ANZAC Biscuits’ features important factual background information relating to the biscuit that originated during World War I. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical awareness of biscuits sent to the ANZAC troops.

Celebrating National Days
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This recipe for ANZAC Cookies provides step-by-step instructions for students to follow in the classroom or at home whilst helping them to understand the process of procedural writing. This resource gives students the opportunity to study the structure of a recipe and the language of instruction. It is a great example to prompt more complex …More

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This set of, ‘ANZAC Cove Gallipoli Memorial Photo Cards’ enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion about ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli.

ANZAC
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This short nonfiction text ‘ANZAC Day’ features important factual background information relating to ANZAC Day, which is celebrated on 25 April in Australia and New Zealand. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical awareness of ANZAC soldiers and the Gallipoli landings that took place on 25 April 1915.

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This set of ANZAC stickers can be printed directly onto sticker paper and is formatted for Avery Code C2247.

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This worksheet, ‘ANZAC True or False’ is a thought-provoking worksheet that requires students to asses the truth of facts about the ANZACs. Many students may presume the answers quickly only to realise their assumptions were not correct which can lead to interesting discussions and further research into ANZAC Day related topics. An answer sheet is …More

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This set of, ‘Australian War Memorial Photo Cards’ enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing thought-provoking visual stimuli that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion about the Australian War Memorial.

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This worksheet, ‘Awards for Bravery’ asks students to research recipients of Australian awards for bravery. The four main bravery awards including the Cross of Valour, the Star of Courage, the Bravery Medal and the Commendation for Brave Conduct are provided as outlines for students to write their information.

Display Alphabet
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This display alphabet, ‘Bees’ is a collection of black and white themed printable letters. Display lettering is a great classroom essential for use in wall displays and bulletin boards and for use in student projects. This display lettering design is also available in full colour and Lesson Zone’s range of display lettering features a variety …More

Display Numbers
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These display numbers, ‘Bees’ are a collection of black and white themed printable numbers. Display numbers are a great classroom essential for use in wall displays and bulletin boards and for use in student projects. This display numbers design is also available in full colour and Lesson Zone’s range of display numbers features a variety …More

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This worksheet, ‘Branches of the Defence Force’ is a simple but effective research activity that encourages students to explore the three branches of the defence force. Students are required to research how many personal are employed and the general outline of command within each branch and provide a simple summary in each of the symbolic …More

Measurement
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The learning activity, ‘Breaking Records’ provides a fun learning activity for students to do alone or with others. They need to find out how many times they can repeat a simple task, such as joining paper clips, in one minute. They use their own results to estimate a possible world record for each task. An …More

Masks
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This set of ‘Chicken Little’ role-play masks is a resource that can be used in a variety of classroom activities. It is a hands-on tool that provides a stimulus to prompt vocabulary and concept development. Use it during class discussions to fuel engagement, or have students use their imaginations to incorporate the mask into other …More

History for Kids
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This history article, ‘Chitty in Changi: An Unofficial Winner’ profiles an Australian World War II soldier who became an Australian Football star while being held captive in a Prisoner of War camp. It provides factual information and is aimed at broadening students’ cultural and historical awareness.

Statistics
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In this learning activity, ‘Choice Squares’, students use the supplied choice squares to collect data from their classmates and create graphs. By analysing the graphs, students can draw conclusions about their classmates’ preferred fruits and winter sports. An answer sheet is provided and includes teaching notes with suggestions for supporting learning and further exploration.

Health and Safety
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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water Acrostic Poem’ is a fantastic quick activity to brainstorm facts and ideas about water sanitation. It is a fun resource that can be used without preparation across all age groups and abilities. Students are required to use the letters from the words ‘clean water’ to list facts or ideas that they …More

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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water Crossword’ provides students with the opportunity to use skills including vocabulary, reasoning and spelling to find the correct water words to complete the puzzle. It encourages students to identify and understand the terms being used and to build on their vocabulary of key words used when discussing water sanitation and collection. …More

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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water Figure Match-Up’ is a fun and engaging activity to explore interesting facts and figures about water. Students must match each fact to its corresponding figure by either cutting out or drawing links. This resource encourages students to think logically and analytically to ascertain the most likely answer. An answer sheet is …More

Health and Safety
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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water Pie Chart’ is a simple resource that links mathematics with a unit of water accessibility around the world. Students are provided with figures and information which they must use to complete the pie chart.

Health and Safety
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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water True or False’ is a thought-provoking worksheet that requires students to asses the truth of facts about water around the world. Many students may presume the answers quickly only to realise their assumptions were not correct which can lead to interesting discussions and further research into water sanitation related topics. An …More

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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water Unscramble’ is a great activity that encourages students to study the sounds and spellings of words associated with water sanitation. Students will be challenged to unscramble letters to find common words used during this topic. An answer sheet is also provided.

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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water Word Search’ gives students the opportunity to learn new vocabulary and improve their spelling of words associated with water sanitation and collection. Students must scrutinise the spelling of each word on their list, ensuring new vocabulary is committed to memory with the correct spelling.

Health and Safety
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This worksheet, ‘Clean Water Word Shapes’ is a great resource that encourages students to examine the spelling and letter shapes of words associated with water collection. Students must use the word bank to match the letter shapes to the correct words.

Health and Safety
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This informational text, ‘Collecting Water’ features important factual information about different processes of collecting water. It is aimed at broadening students’ understanding about where water comes from before reaching our taps. It also provides a glossary of key terms to familiarise students with language commonly associated with collecting water.

Maths and Technology
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Resistors are small, multi-coloured electrical components that are found everywhere – but what do the colours mean? In the activity, ‘Colour Coding’ students use their number skills to crack the colour codes. This activity includes comprehensive teaching notes to be read before beginning the activity with students, as they feature useful background information and suggestions …More

Celebrating National Days
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This worksheet, ‘Commemoration’ is a fantastic resource that provides students with an opportunity to develop an understanding of the concept of commemoration. They are asked to discuss how they commemorate special days with friends and family, at school and as a nation. The resource aims to provide a link between students’ personal experiences and the …More

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This worksheet, ‘Commemorations on ANZAC Day’ is a simple yet effective resource that provides students with a scaffold to research the traditions of ANZAC and Remembrance Days. A link to a government site is provided that may help in researching the traditions of early commemorations, the Dawn Service, the ANZAC Day Ceremony and the ANZAC …More

Measurement
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In the learning activity, ‘Cooking Time’ students are presented with three different problems that involve cooking. They need to use different time calculations to solve each problem. An answer sheet is provided and includes teaching notes with suggestions for supporting learning and further exploration.

Measurement
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In the learning activity, ‘Cuboid Construction’ four children make different cuboid shapes with up to 36 multilink cubes each. Students check the number of cubes each child used then draw some other shapes that could be made with cubes. They use these examples to explore the volume of rectangular prisms. An answer sheet is provided …More

Measurement
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The hands-on activity, ‘Cut It Out’ gives students grid paper and instructions to help them explore the capacity (volume) of rectangular prisms. By making their own cut-and-folded open box, students can count and check by calculations, the volume of cuboid shapes. They can record their findings on the learning activity. An answer sheet is provided …More

ANZAC
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This short nonfiction text ‘Cyril Bassett’ features important factual background information relating to a New Zealand hero. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical awareness of how Bassett was awarded his Victoria Cross.

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This short nonfiction text ‘Dawn Service’ features important factual background information relating to the service held at dawn on ANZAC Day. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical awareness of this important remembrance service.

Celebrations and Festivals
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This template, ‘Decorate An Easter Egg’ is a simple resource that can be used to easily celebrate Easter in the classroom. Two egg templates are provided and students are asked to decorate the eggs by colouring between the lines. The coloured in eggs create a simple and effective art and craft task that can be …More

Celebrating National Days
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This worksheet, ‘Designing a Memorial’ is an interesting resource that asks students to research the design of war memorials around the world. They are then provided with the opportunity to draw their own design and describe its features. It is a very thought provoking activity that can lead to further processes of making models and …More

Maths and Technology
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In the maths activity, ‘Docked!’ students play a board game to collect and drop off a bicycle in a city. By using two dice to play the game, students need to use probability and make predictions. This activity includes comprehensive teaching notes to be read before beginning the activity with students, as they feature useful …More

Celebrations and Festivals
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These Easter themed bookmarks are simple colourful bookmarks that can be used to celebrate Easter. Each bookmark can be printed onto card or paper and laminated and distributed to students. Each bookmark has room for the student’s name and a hole that can be hole punched to attach a ribbon or string to.

Celebrations and Festivals
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This hands-on activity, ‘Easter Egg Cookie Recipe’ provides step-by-step recipe instructions for students to follow in the classroom or at home whilst helping them to understand the process of procedural writing. This resource gives students the opportunity to study the structure of a recipe and the language of instruction. It is a great example to …More

Celebrations and Festivals
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This Easter Eggs poem is a great example of a simple ABCB structured eight-line poem. It is written in simple language and provides a great opportunity to explore the concept of rhyming words and rhythm.

Celebrations and Festivals
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This set of ‘Easter Stickers’ can be printed directly onto sticker paper. It is formatted for Avery Code C2247.

Celebrations and Festivals
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This worksheet, ‘Easter Word Search’ gives students the opportunity to learn new vocabulary and improve their spelling of words associated with Easter. Students must scrutinise the spelling of each word on their list, ensuring new vocabulary is committed to memory with the correct spelling.

Maths and Technology
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The activity, ‘Faceprints’ explains how facial measurements are used to identify individuals, for example in airport screening systems. Students can make measurements of their own faces and compare the results. This activity includes comprehensive teaching notes to be read before beginning the activity with students, as they feature useful background information and suggestions for supporting …More

Measurement
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The hands-on activity, ‘Fill Them Up’ shows how students can use a variety of different containers to estimate and compare the capacity of the containers. The activity can be done indoors or outside and would be suitable for work individually, in groups or with the whole-class. Students complete the learning activity to record and compare …More

Maths and Technology
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The maths activity, ‘Function Confusion’ provides some practical examples for students explore how they can use their calculators to perform complex operations quickly. This activity includes comprehensive teaching notes to be read before beginning the activity with students, as they feature useful background information and suggestions for supporting learning. The teaching notes explain the importance …More

Celebrating National Days
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This worksheet, ‘Gallipoli Then and Now’ encourages students to explore how the landscape and conditions of Gallipoli have changed since 1915 and now. Students are asked to describe Gallipoli at each point in time and then list the adjectives that they have used in describing each. The aim of this activity is to develop an …More

History for Kids
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This history article, ‘Game, Set, Match: Rod Laver’ features famous Australian tennis star Rod Laver. It provides factual information about Rod’s life and career and is aimed at broadening students’ cultural and historical awareness.

ANZAC
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This short nonfiction text ‘General Sir John Monash’ features important factual background information relating to the Australian war hero. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical awareness of the man who was knighted on the battlefield in northern France during World War I.

Maths and Technology
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Going Global’ provides activities to support students’ understanding of how GPS works. They can also use latitude and longitude co-ordinates to help locate a mystery object. This activity includes comprehensive teaching notes to be read before beginning the activity with students, as they feature useful background information and suggestions for supporting learning. An answer sheet …More

Measurement
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In the learning activity, ‘Going the Distance’ Tui wans to find out how far she needs to travel to visit all her friends. Students measure a scale drawing to work out the distances between towns, then use addition to calculate the distances Tui must travel. Students pose further questions for classmates about the distances on …More

Masks
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This set of ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ role-play masks is a resource that can be used in a variety of classroom activities. It is a hands-on tool that provides a stimulus to prompt vocabulary and concept development. Use it during class discussions to fuel engagement, or have students use their imaginations to incorporate the …More

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