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  1. Thematic Unit: Holocaust

    At its core this literature-based thematic unit has three high-quality literature selections - Number the Stars, Anne Frank: Beyond the Diary and The Good Liar. For each of these books, activities are included which set the stage for reading and extend the concepts gained. The Holocaust is connected to the curriculum with activities in English, mathematics, SOSE and art.

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    A$21.95
  2. Interdisciplinary Unit: Ancient Greece (Yrs 5-9)

    These pages are filled with a wide variety of lesson ideas, as well as pages for use with intermediate and middle school students. The themes are connected to the curriculum with activities in reading, writing, oral language, science, SOSE, maths, art and life skills. This book provides a historical overview, Latin explanations, and an introduction to the Greek and Roman Gods, and will be of interest to students of all levels.

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    A$54.95
  3. Interdisciplinary Unit: Ancient Rome (Yrs 5-9)

    These pages are filled with a wide variety of lesson ideas, as well as pages for use with intermediate and middle school students. The themes are connected to the curriculum with activities in reading, writing, oral language, science, SOSE, maths, art and life skills. This book provides a historical overview, Latin explanations, and an introduction to the Greek and Roman Gods, and will be of interest to students of all levels.

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    A$54.95
  4. Ancient Civilisations - Brain Teasers (Yrs 4-8)

    This world history activity book pays particular attention to the ancient civilisations that shaped our young world. Use the activities with your social studies curriculum to introduce and reinforce learning, or just for fun! Every effort was made to ensure this book presents the most accurate and current data available. The activities are especially useful in helping students develop logic and other critical thinking, general vocabulary skills, creative thinking skills, general knowledge skills, research skills, spatial skills and spelling skills.

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    A$22.95
  5. Create A School (Years 4-7)

    Create-A-School moves students into thinking about their local community and their school. Basic social studies concepts gives students the opportunity to critically analyse the goals, functions, responsibilities and the physical plan of a school. By designing their own fictional school, students can better comprehend the elements that are involved in organising and maintaining a successful school. Other books in this series include Create-A-Country and Create-A-School.

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    A$23.95
  6. Create A Country (Years 4-7)

    Create-A-Country moves students into the wider realm of the society beyond the school. This book encourages mapping and geography skills and encourages basic understanding of what a country consists of. By designing a fictional nation, students can better comprehend the interrelated elements that affect every aspect of a country's development. Other books in this series include Create-A-City and Create-A-School.

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    A$23.95
  7. A Little Bit of Everything Book (For the Relief Teacher) - Lower Primary K-2

    A Little Bit of Everything Book is designed for emergency teachers. The book includes teacher written activity sheets covering all areas of study for lower primary school students.

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    A$39.95
  8. Meet The Eastern Kulin: The Aboriginal People of Central Victoria CD Rom

    The CD is about the Aboriginal people who occupied the central part of the land now called Victoria. Focusing on their culture before and at the time of contact with Europeans. The CD is divided into sections only to make it easier to understand. In reality all the sections are interwoven so we can have some idea of the rich culture.

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    A$35.95
  9. Thematic Unit: Immigration

    Each thematic unit integrates activities across the curriculum in English, maths, science, social studies, art, music and life skills. Many of these activities encourage co-operative learning and suggestions and patterns for display boards are provided. Culminating activities enable students to synthesise their knowledge in order to create products that can be shared beyond the classroom. The activities are based on the following books: Molly's Pilgrim (Barbara Cohen) and Hello, My Name is Scrambled Eggs (Jamie Gilson).

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    A$21.95
  10. Australia's Places (Years 4-7)

    Australia's places, part of an innovative series on many popular, widely recognised aspects of Australia's history, covers Australia's breathtaking natural features - oceans, mountains, deserts - as well as states and territories, including Antarctica.

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    A$25.95
  11. Australia's Past (Years 4-7)

    Australia's past covers many aspects of Australia's history, from early explorers to the Vietnam War. Each unit of work is presented in the same framework: an informative one-page text, comprehension questions with activities a unit overview, suggested activities and a resource page.

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    A$25.95
  12. Australia's Profiles and People (Years 4-7)

    Australia's profiles and people, part of a series on many popular, widely recognised aspects of Australia's history, a study of Australian figures - Caroline Chisholm, Ned Kelly, William Farrer - as well as Anzac Day, immigration, flags and government, and the coming of television.

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