How to write a friendly letter- this free resource is awesome for both the teacher and student! Anchor charts to teach and student printables! It teaches the 5 parts of the friendly letter AND mechanics for a friendly letter. Love it!

How to write a friendly letter- this free resource is awesome for both the teacher and student! Anchor charts to teach and student printables! It teaches the 5 parts of the friendly letter AND mechanics for a friendly letter.

Using research about the First Fleet Ships my Year 4 students made these 2D models.

Using research about the First Fleet Ships my Year 4 students made these models. The could write some things about the first fleet on each ships sails too.

A great unit from the History Teachers of Australia on Colonisation and the First Fleet.

Cooke, Edward William, Prison-ship in Portsmouth Harbour, convicts going aboard [picture]

First Fleet graphic organiser - events leading to Australian Colonisation

First Fleet graphic organiser - events leading to Australian Colonisation …

Why did Europeans settle in Australia? In this unit you will find out why England decided to settle Australia and why the First Fleet sailed here in 1788 with more than 1000 convicts and marine guards on board.

Useful & easy to play implement lesson Plans from National Museum of Australia on the first fleet

Horrible First Fleet

Horrible First Fleet -Locate information related to inquiry questions in a range of sources -Compare information from a range of sources -Identify points of view in the past and present

First Fleet - Colonisation - Snapshot - History - Geography

Australia Day Animations - The First Colony. A simple introduction to the unit, the video introduces the reasons for conflict between Aboriginal people and European.

Female Convicts Research Centre Apparently based in Tasmania, lots of information, largely taken directly from primary sources

From 1848 to 1854 the Ross Female Factory processed hundreds of women transported to Van Diemen's Land, providing "a complete institution for the exploitation of female convicts in the service of the great houses of the Midlands.

There was a shortage of prison accommodation in the Victorian era, so long-term prisoners were transferred to provincial prisons, or to the dreaded hulks. The hulks were decommissioned warships anchored in the mud off Woolwich. They were dark, damp and verminous and few prisoners managed to escape. This is a cross-section of a hulk called the Defence, published in Henry Mayhew’s The Criminal Prisons of London, in 1862.

The hulks were decommissioned warships anchored in the mud off Woolwich. This is a cross-section of a hulk called the Defence, published in Henry Mayhew’s The Criminal Prisons of London, in

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