Tom Appleby Convict Boy
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easy paper ship. = ) ** I have (hopefully) fixed the problem of the patterns not being able to be copied from here. I changed the file type from png to jpg. I'm so sorry for the problems! Now (hopefully) you will be able to copy and paste them for printing. = )
Tom Appleby Convict Boy - First Fleet History Narrative - Jackie French
Tom Appleby, Convict Boy is the perfect novel to accompany your Year 4 Australian Curriculum History unit. Book Description: A story of transportation and life in a new world. At the tender age of eight, chimney sweep Tom Appleby is convicted of stealing and sentenced to deportation to Botany ...
The First Fleet Convicts Who Were They Poster :: Teacher Resources and Classroom Games
Who were the very first convicts to be shipped to Australia? This resource provides a basic overview of the convicts in the First Fleet and where they came from. This resource is created to support the Year 4 History Curriculum. It can be used in conjunction with the following worksheet: http://teachthisworksheet.com/static_worksheets/index/1456
From Terra Australis to Australia
Discover the original journals, logbooks, letters, paintings and drawings covering the voyage of the First Fleet, the mutiny on the Bounty and Matthew Flinders' journeys. - A story from the State Library of New South Wales
General information about the First Fleet Fellowship, the story of the First Fleet, convicts, the ships of the First Fleet, and a list of provisions and livestock, is provided at this site.
First Fleet Online - ltcprd
First Fleet Online contains a database of the First Fleet convicts to Australia, diary extracts, stories and letters of the time, as well as suggestions on how to investigate the topic of the First Fleet.
John Nichols Family Society
John Nichols Family Society. Descendants of an Australian First Fleet convict. Major surnames include Nichols, Hughes, Philp, Markey, Windley, Williams, Johns, Kinsela.
Fleeting (or Floating?) Resources
Unlike many teachers I LOVE planning. I love posing a question and trying to create a framework through which my class can work toward answe...