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A collection of ideas, inspiration and resources all about important celebrations and festivals in Australia. Teaching resources and lessons are Australian curriculum aligned.

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This pack is designed to encourage students to think about the message of NAIDOC Week and to recognise the contributions of First Nations Australians to our country. Included are 14 activities suitable for students in year 3 and year 4.

NAIDOC Week Activity Pack | Years 3-4 | Printable and Digital Versions

This pack is designed to encourage students to think about the message of NAIDOC Week and to recognise the contributions of First Nations Australians to our country. Included are 14 activities suitable for students in year 3 and year 4.

This NAIDOC Week pack contains 13 printable and digital activities designed to help students to think about the message of NAIDOC Week. NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July.

NAIDOC Week Activity Pack | Years 1-2 | Digital and Printable

This NAIDOC Week pack contains 13 printable and digital activities designed to help students to think about the message of NAIDOC Week. NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July.

This task is designed to encourage students to think about the power of social media and how it can be used in a positive way to communicate with others. NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July. It is about celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary School Teacher, Primary Classroom, Naidoc Week, Power Of Social Media, Rainbow Sky, Classroom Freebies

NAIDOC Week Social Media Task | FREEBIE

This task is designed to encourage students to think about the power of social media and how it can be used in a positive way to communicate with others. NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July. It is about celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Included is a set of learning activities to support the book, ‘Our Home, Our Heartbeat’ by Australian Rapper Adam Briggs (known as Senator Briggs). This resource is ideal to support units of work about our First Peoples, Australia, NAIDOC Week or simply as a book study. It has been created to shine a light on and celebrate Indigenous Australians. Learning Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary Classroom, Primary School, Adam Briggs, Naidoc Week, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum

Our Home Our Heartbeat Book Study | Years 3-4 | NAIDOC Week

Included is a set of learning activities to support the book, ‘Our Home, Our Heartbeat’ by Australian Rapper Adam Briggs (known as Senator Briggs). This resource is ideal to support units of work about our First Peoples, Australia, NAIDOC Week or simply as a book study. It has been created to shine a light on and celebrate Indigenous Australians.

As teachers (and/or parents), our responsibility lies in exposing the children in our care to inclusive resources to help them grow. Celebrating diversity means reading books that have characters from different families, genders, ethnicity, religions, abilities, languages, sexual orientations, and a mixture of skin colours. We have collated a list of some excellent diverse books, check them out here... School Resources, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Reading Books, Books To Read, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum, Self Confidence, Primary School

List of Diverse Books for Aussie Teachers

As teachers (and/or parents), our responsibility lies in exposing the children in our care to inclusive resources to help them grow. Celebrating diversity means reading books that have characters from different families, genders, ethnicity, religions, abilities, languages, sexual orientations, and a mixture of skin colours. We have collated a list of some excellent diverse books, check them out here...

Let us help you with teaching material about National Sorry Day in Australia. Our digital and printable packs include 12 activities designed to educate Year 1 and Year 2. students in an educational, yet respectful way. These learning activities will encourage students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day. Use some of the teaching ideas to create a display for the classroom. Learning packs can also be used during National Reconciliation Week for the early years. Learning Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary Classroom, Primary School, National Sorry Day, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum, Year 2

National Sorry Day Activity Pack | Best for Year 1-2

Let us help you with teaching material about National Sorry Day in Australia. Our digital and printable packs include 12 activities designed to educate Year 1 and Year 2. students in an educational, yet respectful way. These learning activities will encourage students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day. Use some of the teaching ideas to create a display for the classroom. Learning packs can also be used during National Reconciliation Week for the early years.

Here is a collection of digital and printable activities for National Reconciliation Week. Encourage students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day and how it relates to their personal world with this set of learning activities. The day is dedicated to remember and honour Indigenous Australians who have been mistreated throughout history, in particular, the Stolen Generation. (Year 5, Year 6) Learning Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary Classroom, Primary School, National Sorry Day, Rainbow Sky, Year 6, Australian Curriculum

Sorry Day Activity Pack | Best for Year 5-6

Here is a collection of digital and printable activities for National Reconciliation Week. Encourage students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day and how it relates to their personal world with this set of learning activities. The day is dedicated to remember and honour Indigenous Australians who have been mistreated throughout history, in particular, the Stolen Generation. (Year 5, Year 6)

Our Indigenous Hands display is a perfect tribute for NAIDOC Week and/or National Reconciliation Week pack. Provide each student with a hand to design and decorate to be part of a collaborative art piece. The aim of the display is to acknowledge the history and traditions of the Aboriginal and Torre Strait Islander People. This artwork activity for kids is suitable for the Kindergarten, Pre-primary, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6. Primary Classroom, Primary School, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Naidoc Week, Rainbow Sky, Year 6, Australian Curriculum, Collaborative Art

Indigenous Hands Display | Best for Reconciliation or NAIDOC Weeks

Our Indigenous Hands display is a perfect tribute for NAIDOC Week and/or National Reconciliation Week pack. Provide each student with a hand to design and decorate to be part of a collaborative art piece. The aim of the display is to acknowledge the history and traditions of the Aboriginal and Torre Strait Islander People. This artwork activity for kids is suitable for the Kindergarten, Pre-primary, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6.

This resource has been created to support the book, ‘Our Home, Our Heartbeat’ by Australian Rapper Adam Briggs (known as Senator Briggs). Included is a set of print and go activities, aimed at Years 1 and 2, that can be used as a series of lessons or as individual tasks. Most importantly, it has been created to shine a light on and celebrate Indigenous Australians. Learning Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary Classroom, Primary School, Adam Briggs, Naidoc Week, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum

Our Home Our Heartbeat Book Study | Years 1-2 | NAIDOC Week

This resource has been created to support the book, ‘Our Home, Our Heartbeat’ by Australian Rapper Adam Briggs (known as Senator Briggs). Included is a set of print and go activities, aimed at Years 1 and 2, that can be used as a series of lessons or as individual tasks. Most importantly, it has been created to shine a light on and celebrate Indigenous Australians.

This NAIDOC Week Flipbook is a great way for students to explore and learn more about the significance of NAIDOC Week. This resource is aimed at explaining the history and meaning behind this celebration. It gives students the opportunity to reflect upon NAIDOC Week and what this important time means in Australia. Primary Classroom, Primary School, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Naidoc Week, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum, Authors, Opportunity

NAIDOC Week Flipbook | Best for Year 3 - 6

This NAIDOC Week Flipbook is a great way for students to explore and learn more about the significance of NAIDOC Week. This resource is aimed at explaining the history and meaning behind this celebration. It gives students the opportunity to reflect upon NAIDOC Week and what this important time means in Australia.

A set of print and go learning activities designed to support the book, ‘Our Home, Our Heartbeat’ by Australian Rapper Adam Briggs (known as Senator Briggs). Perfect for Years 5-6, these resources that can be used as a sequenced series of lessons or as individual tasks. Ideal to support units of work about our First Peoples, Australia, NAIDOC Week or simply as a book study. Learning Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary Classroom, Primary School, Adam Briggs, Naidoc Week, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum

Our Home Our Heartbeat Book Study | Years 5-6 | NAIDOC Week

A set of print and go learning activities designed to support the book, ‘Our Home, Our Heartbeat’ by Australian Rapper Adam Briggs (known as Senator Briggs). Perfect for Years 5-6, these resources that can be used as a sequenced series of lessons or as individual tasks. Ideal to support units of work about our First Peoples, Australia, NAIDOC Week or simply as a book study.

NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July. It is about celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Here are a few ways we have engaged our students in NAIDOC Week celebrations. Easy and simple NAIDOC Week activities for kids. Primary Classroom, School Classroom, Primary School, Naidoc Week Activities, Activities For Kids, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum

6 Easy Ways to Immerse your Students in NAIDOC Celebrations

NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July. It is about celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Here are a few ways we have engaged our students in NAIDOC Week celebrations. Easy and simple NAIDOC Week activities for kids.

This flipbook is a great way for students to explore and learn more about the significance of National Reconciliation Week at an age-appropriate level. The aim of this learning activity is for students to reflect upon National Reconciliation Week and what this important time means in our country. It focuses on the history and meaning behind this celebration in Australia. Use as a research project in your HASS program and part of your reading groups program. Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6. Learning Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary Classroom, Primary School, National Sorry Day, Week Name, Rainbow Sky, Year 6

National Reconciliation Week Flipbook | Sorry Day Australia

This flipbook is a great way for students to explore and learn more about the significance of National Reconciliation Week at an age-appropriate level. The aim of this learning activity is for students to reflect upon National Reconciliation Week and what this important time means in our country. It focuses on the history and meaning behind this celebration in Australia. Use as a research project in your HASS program and part of your reading groups program. Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6.

Needing some inspiration when it comes to teaching students about National Sorry Day in Australia in an educational, yet respectful way. Our digital and printable pack includes 12 activities for kids designed to encourage students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day. Use some of the teaching ideas to create a display for the classroom. Learning packs can also be used during National Reconciliation Week for Year 3 & Year 4. Primary Classroom, Primary School, National Sorry Day, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum, Authors, Activities For Kids

National Sorry Day Pack | Best for Year 3-4

Needing some inspiration when it comes to teaching students about National Sorry Day in Australia in an educational, yet respectful way. Our digital and printable pack includes 12 activities for kids designed to encourage students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day. Use some of the teaching ideas to create a display for the classroom. Learning packs can also be used during National Reconciliation Week for Year 3 & Year 4.

NAPLAN rolls around year after year. No matter if you are a teacher that supports national testing or not, Year 3 and Year 5 teachers need to do their best to support their students through the lead-up and week of testing. Being both Year 3 teachers this year, we decided to put together our top ideas to help prepare your students for NAPLAN. Note: These ideas are based on supporting your students emotionally and mentally, not a list of test prep activities. Primary Classroom, School Classroom, Primary School, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum, Test Prep, Teacher Hacks

Preparing your Students for NAPLAN

NAPLAN rolls around year after year. No matter if you are a teacher that supports national testing or not, Year 3 and Year 5 teachers need to do their best to support their students through the lead-up and week of testing. Being both Year 3 teachers this year, we decided to put together our top ideas to help prepare your students for NAPLAN. Note: These ideas are based on supporting your students emotionally and mentally, not a list of test prep activities.

Teachers in Australia for National Reconciliation Week our learning pack includes 8 activities designed to encourage younger students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day and how it relates to their personal world. You will find craft and art activities to do with your kindergarten students. Even create a poster display with activities included. Primary Classroom, Primary School, National Sorry Day, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Aboriginal Flag, Poster Display, Rainbow Sky, Australian Curriculum

National Sorry Day | Kinder/Prep Pack

Teachers in Australia for National Reconciliation Week our learning pack includes 8 activities designed to encourage younger students to think about the message and values of National Sorry Day and how it relates to their personal world. You will find craft and art activities to do with your kindergarten students. Even create a poster display with activities included.