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My Year 4 class built this 'Ghost Ship' from the first fleet. The sails are their written accounts as child convicts on board the ship from England to Australia.

Awesome idea to display students' diary entries/report about the First Fleet

A great unit from the History Teachers of Australia on Colonisation and the First Fleet.

Cooke, Edward William, Prison-ship in Portsmouth Harbour, convicts going aboard [picture]

Image: A beautiful picture that represents the different indigenous languages of Australia. Could be used for an idea in "representing data".

Going Down Swinging on

Australian Geographic - Dave Foster (Artist): Custom lettering for a word map showing over 380 Aboriginal tribes and dialects in their respective locations.

Explore the history of Indigenous people of Australia through a timeline of Aboriginal History from first arrival to present day. Directly applies to the following curriculum strands in ACARA: YEAR 3 – History

George WASHINGTON CARVER foldables and Roll-the-dice activity {Mini-Unit}

Explore the history of Indigenous people of Australia through a timeline of Aboriginal History from first arrival to present day. Directly applies to the following curriculum strands in ACARA: YEAR 3 – History

George WASHINGTON CARVER foldables and Roll-the-dice activity {Mini-Unit}

Convicts in Australia Photograph © Penny Clay, Graphic design by Beau Vandenberg © HHT

Convict Sydney - Hyde Park Barracks Museum - Museums & Attractions - Time Out Sydney

1850s | My Place for teachers

1850s | My Place for teachers


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