Year 4 History sample assessment – First contacts: A First Fleet story [Qld Studies Authority]

Year 4 History sample assessment – First contacts: A First Fleet story [Qld Studies Authority]

On 26th January 1788, Aurthur Phillip landed at Sydney Cove and began the first European settlement in Australia. He was accompanied by 11 ships carrying just over 1500 convicts, sailors marines and their families.    This set includes ten images in jpeg, png and blackline versions (30 files in total). All images are 300 dpi.    These images complement the content of the Year Four Australian History Curriculum, First Contacts.$5.00

On 26th January 1788, Aurthur Phillip landed at Sydney Cove and began the first European settlement in Australia. He was accompanied by 11 ships carrying just over 1500 convicts, sailors marines and their families. This set includes ten images in jpeg, png and blackline versions (30 files in total). All images are 300 dpi. These images complement the content of the Year Four Australian History Curriculum, First Contacts.$5.00

Themed unit on Australia. Includes State  Territory's, capital cities, national flowers  emblems, famous landmarks, information on Aboriginals and the First Fleet.  Great unit for casual teachers, or as a whole class unit when studying Australia. Includes Literacy, Numeracy  Art activities.

Exploring Australia Activity Pack

Themed unit on Australia. Includes State Territory's, capital cities, national flowers emblems, famous landmarks, information on Aboriginals and the First Fleet. Great unit for casual teachers, or as a whole class unit when studying Australia. Includes Literacy, Numeracy Art activities.

Made by an Aussie teacher. Used in an Aussie class. Available for everyone.  I worked hard to find a balance between making mapping as fun as possible and not including just the ‘usual’ info related to Australia, while still making it as educational as I could.  These mapping activities are taken from my upcoming unit on Australia. Please follow my store, blog or Facebook to be updated on the release.

Made by an Aussie teacher. Used in an Aussie class. Available for everyone. I worked hard to find a balance between making mapping as fun as possible and not including just the ‘usual’ info related to Australia, while still making it as educational as I could. These mapping activities are taken from my upcoming unit on Australia. Please follow my store, blog or Facebook to be updated on the release.

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