Australian history - with interactives. (Requires flash so not for iPads, but wow! See the resources you could use from the National Museum of Australia

Australian history - with interactives. (Requires flash so not for iPads, but wow! See the resources you could use from the National Museum of Australia (unit

The Night We Made the Flag, a book about the Eureka Stockade. Suits Year 5 history curriculum.

Thank you to Paula from Paula’s Place for holding Storybook Sunday. The Night We Made the Flag Written by Carole Wilkinson Illustrated by Sebastian Ciaffaglione The Night We Made the Flag wil…

Year 5 History Collage or poster - based on life in Australia in the 1800's

Year 5 History Collage or poster - based on life in Australia in the Use historical terms and concepts Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies

Australia’s foremost outdoor museum, Sovereign Hill re-creates Ballarat’s first ten years after the discovery of gold in 1851 when thousands of international adventurers rushed to the Australian goldfields in search of fortune.

GET INTEREST: Australia’s foremost outdoor museum, Sovereign Hill re-creates Ballarat’s first ten years after the discovery of gold in 1851 when thousands of international adventurers rushed to the Australian goldfields in search of fortune.

Australian Gold Rush Resource Pack

Teaching Resource: 27 pages of worksheets, posters and classroom decorations about the Australian Gold Rush Era.

Gold Rush is an interactive game for 1-4 players. You select a player (as seen in picture) and lead them through their personal journey during the Gold Rush. The game challenges students to become wealthy at the end, but also questions the students moral judgements and values of being a good citizen. A very good resource to use while teaching about civics and citizenship, as it gives students a choice they must make; perhaps gaining wealth versus ignoring their responsibilities as a citizen.

Can you strike it rich during the Gold Rush? is a decision-maker game for primiary and secondary students. This historical education resource is produced by Australian History Mysteries.

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