ANZAC Day - Year 3.4 from Paulas Place on TeachersNotebook.com - (72 pages) - ANZAC Day – Year 3/4 This is a huge part of our Australian and New Zealand shared history. It is a huge responsibility to make sure we engage our students in this recognition and commemoration of thi
Did you know that ‘Diggers’ often enjoy a ‘Gunfire Breakfast’ after early morning Dawn Parades? (A gunfire-breakfast is coffee and rum!) Immerse your class in the rich history of Anzac Day to support their understanding of the 2015 100th anniversary commemorations at Gallipoli... you can mix and match from the 54 pages to best meet the needs of your class.
ANZAC games for children It is the anniversary of our soldiers (along with those from New Zealand) landing at Gallipoli in 1915.-the first time our country had been represented in major conflict. We commemorate these soldiers and those who have served our wonderful country since.