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No Cookies. The World Is What It Is Today Because of These Six Innovations. Object of the Day. This activity gets children thinking about everyday objects.

Object of the Day

These can be objects found in the classroom, strange and unusual objects you have collected, or objects which the children bring in from home. 1) Choose an object. 2) During a spare moment during the day, take some time to discuss and look closely at the object. Pass it around the classroom and get the children to examine it closely. 3) Talk about the following things in relation to the object: What materials the object is made from.

Design Your Classroom. When they are in school, children spend most of their time in their classroom.

Design Your Classroom

But have they ever considered its design? Have they thought about why it was laid out in that way? Do they think they could create a better classroom layout? Build a Better Lunchbox . DESIGN SQUAD NATION. History of Famous Inventions A to Z. History of Famous Inventions A to Z. The Startup Guide - Creating a Better World Through Entrepreneurship. The Wright brothers’ plane lifts off during the first powered flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 17 December 1903.

The Startup Guide - Creating a Better World Through Entrepreneurship

By Ryan Allis Innovation is the process of creating something new that makes life better. Innovation is impossible without passion. Innovators see the world differently. Innovators end up becoming obsessed with taking the world from as it is to as it should be. The Startup Guide - Creating a Better World Through Entrepreneurship. Virtual Dice. Category:National symbols of Australia. Education - Australian icons on ASO. BIG ICONS, BIG AUSTRALIAN ICONS, AUSTRALIAN BIG ICONS, AUSTRALIAN ICONS.

The Big Apple - Stanthorpe QLD The Big Apple in Queensland is a tribute to all the apples grown around the Stanthorpe area!


It can be found approximately 2.5 hours south-west of Brisbane, on the Cunningham Highway. The Big Arch of Victory - Ballarat VIC The Arch of Victory was opened in Ballarat in 1920, funded by female staff at Eleanor Lucas' Lingerie Factory. The Arch of Victory stands 17 metres high and can be found on Sturt Street. Australian Geographic's 100 Aussie icons. WHY DO AUSTRALIANS HOLD such disparate things so dear?

Australian Geographic's 100 Aussie icons

Fly spray...Vegemite...A hat made from rabbits? A backyard washing line that does double duty as a frame for kids' cubbyhouses, or a vagabond who carries his bed on his back? An annual race of thoroughbred horses? Of course, we love the country's awe-inspiring beauty but we also have a sneaking regard for her terror - the "wilful, lavish land" of the poet Dorothea Mackellar, who reminds us that "for flood and fire and famine, she pays us back threefold". Of course, we've had to work for it - whether shearer or drover - and even lay our lives down for a nation so blessed it could almost take freedom for granted.

If you're an Aussie you'll know what these 100 precious things are about straight away. Here are the top 100 Australian icons 1 Ned Kelly: Australia's most loved and infamous bushranger. 3 Charles Kingsford Smith: This ambitious aviator made the first flight across the Pacific from California to Brisbane in 1928. 20-Remembering-the-Anzacs. The landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps on Turkey's Gallipoli Peninsula on 25 April 1915 has been seen as a turning point in Australian history.


Investigate the reasons for the Gallipoli campaign, the nature of the campaign, the sacrifices of young Australians at Gallipoli and on the Western Front, and the ongoing commemoration of Anzac Day in Australia. Area of focus: Gallipoli and other Australian World War I campaigns Gallipoli: the first day Learning intention: to investigate events during and after the landing on Gallipoli throughout the day of 25 April 1915. Focus on the objectives, tactics, people involved and the landscape and conditions encountered on the first day of the Gallipoli campaign.

Some ideas to build upon Discuss why Australians were fighting in World War I, and the values and beliefs that most Australians held regarding loyalty to the British Empire and the nature of war. By 1915, the conflict in Western Europe had become bogged down in trench warfare. 2008Aug19 TWO (2) Elephants Reunited After 20 Years mp4 KPBS documentary news.

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