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NAIDOC Week is celebrated in Australia during the first full week of July. This pack for Year 5-6 includes 13 activities designed to encourage students to think about the message of NAIDOC Week and the culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Download this freebie for our tips and tricks and where to go next for more help as a CRT (Casual relief teacher). We put this resource together as a reference for all the relief teachers out there, as a way to share some of our tips and tricks when packing our bag for a day of casual teaching.
This NAIDOC Week bundle consists of 7 of our most popular NAIDOC week activities (printable and digital). Each resource 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. PRINTABLE and DIGITAL VERSIONS INCLUDED.
Provide each student with a hand to design and decorate to be part of a collaborative art piece, to celebrate the history and traditions of the Aboriginal and Torre Strait islanders. Our Indigenous Hands display is a perfect tribute for NAIDOC Week and/or National Reconciliation Week pack.
This Australian money activity BUNDLE includes hands-on, differentiated activities for Grades 1-6. Each pack includes tasks to develop skills and a solid understanding when counting, sorting, rounding, adding + subtracting Australian currency (including calculating change) and calculating percentages.
These Word of the Day templates have been designed for you to use with your students to engage them in learning about words, spelling and how words work in the English language. Each template includes a range of appropriate spelling and word work skills to help develop competent and confident readers and writers in your classroom.
This comprehensive resource is designed to provide your students with a set of investigations that explore the properties of prime, composite, square and triangular numbers. These differentiated activities include hands-on games, collaborative, reflective and open-ended problem-solving tasks suitable for Grade 5 and 6. You will use this resource over and over.
This NAIDOC Week activity 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. It may also be an opportunity to discuss with your class the importance of online safety and online etiquette.
National Sorry Day is an annual event in Australia held on the 26th of May. It is a day dedicated to remember and honour those Indigenous Australians who have been mistreated throughout history, in particular, the Stolen Generation. No further teacher prep needed, simply print and use!
n our opinion, NAIDOC Week is an event not to be missed in your classroom because I focuses on the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community from a perspective of celebration. It is a prime opportunity for you to set up engaging activities to immerse your students in learning more about First Nations People and the contributions they have made to our Australian community.
Harmony Week is a time when schools and the greater community celebrate all Australians' cultural diversity and inclusiveness and coincides with the United Nations' International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. So let’s talk about easy lessons to plan for Harmony Week...
Make spelling fun and interactive with this bundle. An vast arrray of activites that allow for diverse learning in the classroom. Activities will cater for students in your class that are creative, kinaesthetic learners, visual learners, technological as well as students who like to learn with a partner or individually.
Mother's Day Love Jars are ideal to celebrate a Mother’s (or any other significant caregivers) LOVE. We have created this pack based around the theme of LOVE so it can be used without any special adaptation for Mothers, Grandmothers, Stepmothers, Aunts or any other special person in a child’s life.