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A Storytelling Guide: Ideas and activities to get you started as a storyteller. And this one's free!
Looking at Thailand: A cross-curriculum unit that guides students in years 3 - 6 to investigate aspects of Thai culture and society using inquiry learning. Includes some reproducibles and evaluation checklists.
All kinds of bears: An inquiry learning based cross-curricula unit about bears for Years K - 6. Includes art, music and drama, as well as maths, English and science activities.
Fonix is Phun! This product provides loads of ideas to add fun and variety to the basic, regular teaching task of introducing and reinforcing single sounds in K- 2 classrooms.
Poet-Pourri: A practical guide to help you teach the writing of poetry in junior primary junior secondary classrooms. 45 pages including 15 reproducibles.
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Advertising: a guide to analysing television and print advertisements
Aeroplanes the First Powered Flight,1903
The Aussie ute (utility vehicle)
inventions and the inventors: a kidcyber
Hargrave, Lawrence inventor
Lance Australian inventor of the Hill's hoist rotary clothes
I J K
Industrial Revolution, a kidcyber weblink page
Inventors who named inventions after themselves
and Inventions: an alphabet
Iron and Steel
Recycling see Plastic, Aluminium cans
Richardson, Mervyn Australian inventor
of the Victa mower
Bell, Alexander Graham an inventor of the
Black Box Flight Recorder
Books: how are they made?
Bridges: a kidcyber weblink page
Magnets and magnetism: a kidcyber weblink page
Antonio an inventor of the telephone
Microwaves and microwave ovens
Science Experiments: a kidcyber weblink page
Scientists: a kidcyber weblink page
Silver see Precious metal
spinning & weaving
Television Q & A
Toilets, history of
Toys and Games, a Timeline
Toys and Games, a weblinks page
Traditional spinning, weaving
Typewriters, history of
Graeme Australian inventor of the bionic ear
Clocks a kidcyber weblink page
Communication, ways of
Computers, history of
Computers in Australia:a timeline
go to http://www.australianhistory.
Thomas Alva American inventor
drill the first in the world, invented by an Australian
Experiments see Science Experiments: a kidcyber weblink page
Gold see Precious metal
Nuclear Energy and other forms of alternative energy: a kidcyber weblink page
Paper a kidcyber weblink page
Pointe ballet shoes
vehicle (an Australian invention 1934)
Victa Motor Mower
W X Y Z
David Australian inventor of the black box flight recorder
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