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Australia Colouring Pages. A fun collection of Australian themed colouring pages to print for the kids, including Australian landmarks, traditional dress and flag.

Australia Colouring Pages

Australians and a growing number of fans around the world are passionate about Australian Rules football, so we've got an Aussie Rules football colouring page to print for the kids to colour in Here's a colouring page showing the amazing Uluru (or Ayers Rock) in Australia. Australian Icons II Photo by roguemontessori. Classroom resources. What's new Indigenous cultures and contact history Encounters includes an interactive map, digital timeline and online activities.

Classroom resources

It is based on the powerful stories shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Encounters exhibition. (Years 4–10). Can You Strike It Rich During The Gold Rush? Put yourself in the shoes of someone on the goldfields and see if you can strike it rich! For 1–4 players. Playing the gold rush game on the Australian History Mysteries website is a great introduction to the study of the goldfields. The Home Front: Australia during the First World War What does the National Museum of Australia exhibition The Home Front tell us about Australia in the First World War? Participants in the 1918 Armistice Day celebrations, Flinders Street, Townsville.

More on the Home Front unit of work Kspace Kspace is the Museum’s new interactive adventure game for kids and includes free teacher resources linked to the Australian Curriculum. History, geography, art and more. Australia map colouring page. Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, Sydney. Australia. Australia. Australia's ecosystem is an unusual one because of its remote location.


As a result, there are many animal species that occur here and nowhere else in the world, such as the platypus, kangaroo, echidna, and koala. Australia has 516 national parks to protect its unique plants and animals. One of Australia's most amazing sites rises like an enormous whale's back from a flat red-soil desert called the Red Center. This site is called Uluru, and it is a sacred natural formation at the heart of the country. Rising 1,100 feet (335 meters) tall, it is the largest rock in the world! Lesson plans, resources, and ideas for countries in Australia and Oceana. In addition to the printables that can be used for any country study, I make additional sheets for specific countries ~ mapping activities and flag notebooking sheets {and sometimes more!}.

Lesson plans, resources, and ideas for countries in Australia and Oceana.

We took two weeks to study the continent of Australia. Our first week we focused more on the geography of Australia {Great Barrier Reef, desert, oceans surrounding Australia} as well as the currency, the Australian flag, and learned some Australian slang words {grins}. During our second week we learned about kangaroos and koalas and completed some minit books {usually to make a lapbook} about both animals. We also had fun trying to draw some different animals and even tried to draw our own map of Australia. If you'd like to see a more detailed blog post with day-by-day plans for our two week study along with links/resources, here is the link: Australia ~ Our Studies Down Under New Zealand was a two-week stop we took in our geography travels after learning about Australia. <a href=" Widgets</a>

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Interesting Facts for Kids Here are some interesting Australia Facts which were chosen and researched by kids especially for kids.

Australia Facts for Kids: Facts about Australia for Kids

Name: Commonwealth of AustraliaGovernment: DemocracyPopulation: 23, 6 million (2013)Capital: Canberra with 380,000 people (2013)Language: English.