The perfect resource to help introduce students to the genre of Non-Fiction. It is a Reference Guide for students to refer to when learning about, exploring, and responding to non-fiction texts. It is perfect for students in upper elementary!! This flip book is divided into 4 parts: Non-Fiction Genres, Text Features, Text Structures, and Reading Response.

A Student's Guide to Non-Fiction

Reference Guide for non-fiction texts divided into 4 parts: Non-Fiction Genres, Text Features, Text Structures, and Reading Response.

AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHY FREEBIE - Get your kids thinking about the land down under! This is a free Australian Geography Activity. *2 Australian Geography critical and creative thinking Task Cards *Map of Australia - State and Territory colours activity * State of Queensland mapping activity: includes locating places, Queensland's animal emblem, the koala, and border to colour.*Word Wall Cards - states and territories of Australia.

by Teaching Treks - Grade Australia is the land down under! This is a free Australian Geography Activity.

Australia Day QR Code Hunt will take your students on a hunt for interesting facts on why and how Australia Day is celebrated in Australia. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/AUSTRALIA-DAY-QR-CODE-HUNT-2308619

Australia day qr code hunt

Australia Day QR Code Hunt will take your students on a hunt for interesting facts on why and how Australia Day is celebrated in Australia. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/AUSTRALIA-DAY-QR-CODE-HUNT-2308619

An ideal back to school activity for middle to upper primary students. Who ate all the Pavlova includes a mystery that can only be solved by cracking the 4 codes. * Australia Day Special * Students eliminate the number of suspects with each code they crack, until they are down to ONE! No prep, ready to go activity with all the answers included. We hope your students enjoy and we would love to hear about it. Happy code cracking! ~ Rainbow Sky Creations ~

Crack the code - Australia Day

A mystery which includes a story line, and four codes to crack to work out who the culprit is from the list of suspects. Ideal for middle to upper primary


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