Australian Curriculum Geography Year 3: Community and remembrance. Importances of Country and Place, Change and continuity, cultural groups of Australia, Celebrate Australia, Celebrations from around the world, Aboriginal and Torres Island Strait people, Traditional story retelling, Australia Day, Anzac Day, NAIDOC Week, Australian National Flag, Indigenous Australian flags, Australian Coat of Arms, National days around the world, Easter and Chinese New Year
If you're looking for a great resource to learn about Australia, here's an awesome one that you can download for FREE from the Australian embassy website. "Tell Me About Australia" is available in a 48 page pdf file. This resource for school children K-8, includes facts on geography, unique wildlife & the environment, history, aboriginal culture & natural wonders, government, education & sports.:
Australian Geography Series is a nine book blackline master series (Foundation to Year 7), written specifically for primary school students in Australia, studying Geography. All nine books are linked to the Australian National Curriculum.
Australian Curriculum Geography Year 3: Places are both similar and different. Different climates of the world, feelings and ideas about places, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Countries/Places, Similar and Different Places, Australia's Neighbors, Australian States and Territory.
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.
My Place Asia Australia The My Place Asia Australia website is a very rich resource designed for use with middle years students, but is easily adapted for use at the lower primary level. The resource is based on an innovative cultural exchange with students from Australia and countries in Asia, creating and sharing images and explanatory information about places special to them via the Internet.
Developed by Education Services Australia through The Le@rning Federation, the education collection is designed to help teachers and students make the most of the wide range of moving image resources on the site. The clips in this collection are accompanied by teachers’ notes created by specialist curriculum writers.