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Where I Belong Booklet

Where I Belong Booklet

This is written with Australian teachers in mind but can be used by all cultures. This resource makes up an 18 page booklet for children to learn about where they belong and to learn about others. Australian Curriculum—Foundation Year Humanities and Social Sciences Personal and family histories ACHHK001 and ACHHK002 The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity - Children develop knowledgeable and confident self identities Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world - Children respond to diversity with respect

By TeachEzy

Australian Animal Craft

Australian Animal Craft

Three lovely craft ideas using paper plates. Other body parts supplied. Make an echidna, wombat and kangaroo. Pages: 11 Black and white as well as colour. PLEASE NOTE: This forms part of the resource Aussie Animals Unit of work.

By TeachEzy

Australian Clip Art Personal and Commercial Use

Australian Clip Art Personal and Commercial Use

About This Product: Australian clip art Year Level: any Resource Type: Images (clip art) PNG Number of Pages: 60 pieces (please see list) Size: 20.4 MB zip file Includes: Map of Australia colour and B&W (note this is clip art, not an accurate map) Australian Aboriginal Boy in traditional dress (colour and B&W) Australian Aboriginal boy in everyday clothes (colour only) Australian Aboriginal girl in traditional dress (colour and B&W) Australian Aboriginal girl in everyday clothes (colour only) Australian hat (colour only) Australian soldier (colour only) Black cockatoo (colour only) Boomerang (colour only) Crocodile (colour and B&W) Didgeridoo (colour only) Digger (B&W) Dingo (colour and B&W) Echidna (colour only) Esky (colour and B&W) Jabiru (Colour only) Kangaroo (colour and B&W) Koala (Colour only) Lyrebird (Colour and B&W) Magpie (it’s black and white anyway) Meat pie (colour and B&W) Platypus (colour and B&W) Possum (colour and B&W) Redback Spider (colour only) Shark (colour and B&W) Swagman (colour only) Sydney Harbour Bridge (colour and B&W) Sydney Opera House (colour and B&W) Thongs or flip flops (colour and B&W) Torres Strait Islander boy in traditional dress (colour and B&W) Torres Strait Islander girl in traditional dress (colour only) Torres Strait Islander girl in everyday dress (B&W only) Torres Strait Islander mask (colour only) Uluru (colour and B&W) Wattle (colour and B&W) Wombat (colour and B&W) Yabbie (colour and B&W) .                                                 Terms of Use: © Copyright 2016 TeachEzy @ teachezy.com. No free or paid graphics can be distributed in any way, changed or claimed as your own. These graphics may be used in documents or items that you create for personal use. These documents may also be printed and copied for classroom use, but redistribution of the graphics alone is not permitted. Other teachers must download their own copy to use. Commercial use - You may use the graphics in free products or products you sell, but please ensure that the graphics are secured in a PDF or secure file. Acknowledgement of TeachEzy is appreciated at www.teachezy.com

By TeachEzy

KS1 Dreamcatchers - Forest School

KS1 Dreamcatchers - Forest School

This was done in Forest School with a Year 2 class (they are half completed in the accompanying photo). We also read "The Crow's Tale" which is a Native legend with a nice moral and lovely pictures. Included are: Detailed Lesson Plan Examples (I printed these and stuck them on card to pass around in the forest) Dream Catcher History (to read to the class) Instructions on how to make a net (We didn't make proper nets with Year 2 but this could be used with older children)

By CreativeClass13

Pumpkin Life Cycle - Unit with Worksheets / Activities

Pumpkin Life Cycle - Unit with Worksheets / Activities

This unit is perfect for Autumn and Halloween science to teach all about the ‘Pumpkin Life Cycle’. Who doesn’t love to recall a symbol of Halloween event, ‘A Pumpkin’?. Attempt has been made to cover various points from different stages of its life cycle with different activities and worksheets. This unit in the form of PDF file includes engaging, colorful, informative, visually stimulating and eye-catching photos and diagrams as per the topic need which rarely fails to stimulate a lively class discussion. The unit includes 08 different engaging worksheets/activities at the end. The unit involves the following Completed facts and topics: 1. What is Pumpkin? 2. Pumpkin Life Cycle basics with different stages  Seed  Seedling (sprout)  Vine  Flower  Pollination  Green pumpkins  Orange pumpkins  Harvesting 3. Various stages in detail with clear pictures 4. Worksheets/Activities on: a. KWL chart on life cycle of pumpkin b. Words/phrases on Pumpkin life cycle c. Pumpkin life cycle chart with various stages d. Cut & Paste activities on chart based on names of stages e. Cut and paste activities in box with identification of pictures f. Filling of blanks from a given figures g. Preparing a MINI BOOK on pumpkin life cycle from 8 different pictures. If you have any questions on a unit for quality please email me and I will gladly assist you any way I can. Thank you for your time and interest in this PowerPoint. Thank you in advance for rating and commenting on this PowerPoint. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel

Aboriginal Story-Wayamba the Turtle

Aboriginal Story-Wayamba the Turtle

This Aboriginal story (language group unknown) is a creation story about turtles. It is in PowerPoint format. Use this story to provide an Aboriginal perspective in literacy. The title slide references the source of the story. The final slide provides a link to an animated version of the story of Wayamba (Wayambeh). Compare representations of the story. Ask students to make their own representation.

By martinesmith81