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Geography/Cultures (See Around the World in 80 Days on the “Books to Read” page) (See Junior Classics, Fairy and Wonder Tales on the “Books to Read” page) (See The Book of Missionary Heroes on the “Books to Read” page. Stories from Africa and the Pacific mostly) World Knowledge Quest 2013 - Globalmania Master World Geography in 7 Months or Less Looking for an Easy and Effective way for your students to learn world geography? Look no further... In an effort to rid the world of geographaphobia, we are pleased to offer our very popular ebook titled GLOBALMANIA: Master World Geography in 7 Months or Less - retail value $14.95 - free of charge.

BetterLesson math english language arts Kindergarten 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

Festival Special: Holi The winter leaves are making way for spring buds. Even the gods are charmed by the friendly mischief of the changing season that the festival of Holi signifies. A children's special on Holi in India and its popularity among children. Articles on Holi customs and myths, cities famous for Holi revelry, e-cards, a Holi quiz and a craft activity on making natural Holi colours. This year Holi falls on March 9-10. Holi- The Colours of Spring Essential Web Resources - Interactive Geography Games and Maps Interactive Geography Games and Maps Google Maps Of course this site would have to be at the top of the list! Google maps can be used in any curriculum area, with any grade level. Be sure to create a Google account so that you can create your own maps that you can embed on your web site. PlaceSpotting On this site you can create geographic puzzles for your students to solve.

3 Tools to Tackle Common Core Math Standards - Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad - CCSS, common core, EdTech, teachers Summer is a time for teachers to take a break from the rigorous demands of day to day teaching, relax, and enjoy a change of pace. For many dedicated educators, it’s also a time to learn some new skills, develop some new teaching strategies and find some solutions to managing our full plates. On our plates this fall is the expectation of fully implementing the Common Core Standards in the 2013-14 school year. As we dig deeper into the Common Core Math Standards it’s clear that whole group instruction guided by the scripted curriculum of a math textbook is not going to be enough to provide students with the types of targeted instruction needed to help each individual student meet the standards. Fortunately there is a rapidly growing set of digital tools and resources available to help individualize instruction.

Australian Geographic's 100 Aussie icons WHY DO AUSTRALIANS HOLD such disparate things so dear? 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". Geography undefined MacBeth's Opinion Animated Historical Maps The first Christian communities (1st century) This map is part of a series of 17 animated maps showing History of Christianity. 4 are currently available online Independence for India and Pakistan Clement Attlee, the Labour Prime Minister who replaced Winston Churchill in July 1945, soon realised that independence for India was inevitable, but disagreements among the Indian politicians made the negotiations very difficult. This map is part of a series of 14 animated maps showing Decolonization after 1945 The circumference of the Earth and the Route towards the West

Bio Cube ReadWriteThink has a variety of resources for out-of-school use. Visit our Parent & Afterschool Resources section to learn more. More Download the plug-in tools you need to use our games and tools, or check to see if you've got the latest version. Learn more Home › Parent & Afterschool Resources › Games & Tools 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.