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Louisiana Cultures Exit Ticket Assessment

Louisiana Cultures Exit Ticket Assessment

Check out this simple 5-question assessment that can easily be adapted as a quiz, test, independent work, exit ticket, or a study guide. Covering the topic of the different cultures that exist in Louisiana, this worksheet supplements the lessons you already have in your classroom, on Louisiana Cultures as well as some of my other products on the topic such as Louisiana Cultures Guided Notes, and Louisiana Cultures Group Project. These topics include Cajun, Creole, Jambalaya, Crawfish, Gumbo, Zydeco and more! An answer key has been included for your convenience!
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'The Rainbow Serpent' painting activity for children

'The Rainbow Serpent' painting activity for children

I created this resource as part of ' International Week' at my school. The activity involves creating a story map of the Dreamtime story 'The Rainbow Serpent' then using traditional dot-painting techniques to dot-paint parts of the story. The children were really interested in the story and the technique of painting, and it made a great display!
ClaraJane88
Book: Where's the Koala?

Book: Where's the Koala?

What was that? James and Joy hear a splash into the billabong. How will the children help the little koala return to his mother? Come on a magical adventure with James and Joy and one of nature's most adorable animals.
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Book: Where's the Turtle?

Book: Where's the Turtle?

Travellers James and Joy embark on an island adventure at the very top of Australia. After visiting Thursday Island’s rich cultural and historical sites, they meet a green sea turtle. Will the children be able to help their new friend Sandy complete her quest in the Torres Strait? Come on an adventure to find the turtle!
natclarke
Waitangi Day Whakatauki Maori Proverb Puzzles New Zealand Te Reo

Waitangi Day Whakatauki Maori Proverb Puzzles New Zealand Te Reo

These Whakatauki puzzles involve students converting Maori proverbs from English to Te Reo using a cryptogram. This resource is perfect for a Waitangi Day activity, Maori Language Week, or for your day to day Te Reo teaching in a Bi-Lingual, Full Immersion or normal primary class. Included in this pack are the following Whakatauki-Maori Proverbs: - Pursue excellence – should you stumble, let it be to a lofty mountain. - My language is my awakening, my language is the window to my soul. - Goodwill towards others is a precious treasure. - With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive. - What is the most important thing in the world? It is people! It is people! It is people! - What is the food of the leader. It is knowledge. It is communication. Please remember to follow me Enjoy
Kiwilander
Performing the Dreaming: A Dreamtime Play

Performing the Dreaming: A Dreamtime Play

Get your acting pants on for this fun, dreaming-inspired play! Use the Performing the Dreaming Resource Bundle to engage your students in a study of the dreaming and its significance to Indigenous Australians! Australian Curriculum Links: ACHASSK083 This resource is delivered as a 13 page PDF in A4 size. So, what's included? ✓ Dozens of ideas to introduce the topic, dig a little deeper and get creative with it! ✓ Playscript for dreaming-inspired play: Why the Bat has No Friends, containing 10 speaking roles ✓ 'Why the Bat has No Friends' extension worksheet ✓ 'Dust Echoes' story evaluation worksheet ✓ Unique Aussie Animals worksheet ✓ Performance Invitation template Purchase Issue 29 of HistoriCool Magazine in print or digital format to use this resource alongside the coinciding mag.
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Worksheet - clauses, fragments and sentences (ideal for NAPLAN or literacy tutoring)

Worksheet - clauses, fragments and sentences (ideal for NAPLAN or literacy tutoring)

Do you have students who constantly use fragments (incomplete sentences) in their writing? Do you want a resource that will teach students about clauses, sentences, and fragments so that you have a shared language when it comes to providing feedback at drafting time? If so, this may be the resource for you. This worksheet can be used as a one on one tutoring resource. Alternatively, you can take activities from here to use as fast finishers or homework activities. You could even put this into a PowerPoint for a NAPLAN preparation lesson. The first section of this worksheet includes explanations and examples of: independent, co-ordinant and dependent clauses. It also has a section about embedded clauses and how they can be an effective tool for writers. It also features a lot of activities to test students understanding of what they have learned. The second section of the worksheet looks at the requirements of sentences. It includes examples of the following types of sentence: simple, compound and complex. The information is interspersed with activities to check for understanding. The final section of the worksheet introduces students to fragments and why they are nonsensical and detrimental to your writing. This is followed by a writing activity (students are given a list of key points to turn into a newspaper article). It also includes editing prompts at the end which helps students to refine their initial story.
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Worksheet - Joining words (conjunctions) and adverbs (ideal for NAPLAN or tutoring)

Worksheet - Joining words (conjunctions) and adverbs (ideal for NAPLAN or tutoring)

Do you have students whose writing lacks cohesion because they just can't seem to connect their ideas together? The first half of this resource explains conjunctions and has a table of the different kids which could be printed as a poster for the classroom or given to the students as a handout to consult when drafting their work. Do you have students who don't know the various parts of speech e.g. adverbs? Are you approaching NAPLAN and want a way to save yourself some time while still having a quality resource to use in your classroom? If so, this may be the resource for you. This worksheet can be used as a one on one tutoring resource. Alternatively, you can take activities from here to use as fast finishers or homework activities. You could even put this into a PowerPoint for a NAPLAN preparation lesson. This worksheet includes explanations and examples. It also features a lot of activities to test students understanding of what they have learned. It also includes an extended reading activity (of a news article) at the bottom which challenges students to find all the conjunctions and adverbs in the text and explain the effect these vocabulary choices have on the reader.
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