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Ideas, activities and products to help your primary students develop Australian Curriculum: History skills from Foundation to Year 6.

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Hidden Histories: Zombies

Welcome to Hidden Histories. In this series, we take a closer look at the world around us and explore the hidden depths of our shared history.Today we take a...

Always Learning Primary Magazine Issue 1 (Term Primary History, Primary English, Primary Science, Australian Curriculum, Always Learning, Neuroscience, Mathematics, Literacy, Classroom

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Always Learning Primary Magazine Issue 1 (Term 1, 2015)

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The Best Resources For Learning About World War I

This “The Best…” list is a little different from previous ones. All I’ve done is copy and paste my World War I post from our class’ United States History blog (by the …

Free Ancient Egypt Coloring Pages.About 9 all together, only pinning 2 :o) Make your world more colorful with free printable coloring pages from italks. Our free coloring pages for adults and kids.

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HeritageDaily is a leading publisher of archaeology news and several scientific disciplines.

On September the cave paintings in Lascaux, France, were discovered. Lascaux is the setting of a complex of caves near Montignac, France Art Prints, Lascaux Cave Paintings, Cave Drawings, Prehistoric Art, Painting, Art, Ancient Art, Paleolithic Art, Art History

Home - HeritageDaily - Archaeology News

HeritageDaily is a leading publisher of archaeology news and several scientific disciplines.

Itchan Kala - it was the royal court at Khiva (now in Uzbekisatn), an ancient city on the Silk Road. So ancient, that according to legend, it was founded by one of the son's of Noah, Shem. It is now a World Heritage listed site. Primary History, Oasis, Heritage Center, Central Asia, Far Away, World Heritage Sites, Places Ive Been, Paris Skyline, Traveling By Yourself

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Always Learning Primary Magazine Issue 4 (Term Primary History, Primary English, Primary Science, Australian Curriculum, Always Learning, Teaching Tools, Mathematics, Literacy, Insight

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Always Learning Primary Magazine Issue 4 (Term 4, 2014)

Dreadnoughtus schrani, a new dinosaur species bigger than T Rex is discovered in Argentina.

T. Rex times seven: New dinosaur species is discovered in Argentina - HeritageDaily - Archaeology News

Scientists have discovered and described a new supermassive dinosaur species with the most complete skeleton ever found of its type. At 85 feet long and weighing about 65 tons in life, Dreadnoughtus schrani is the largest land animal for which a body mass can be accurately calculated. - HeritageDaily - Archaeology News

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Ice Cube Roman Arch

Phyllis at All Things Beautiful posted a picture in one of her weekly reviews, that had me totally captivated. It was an arch built out of what looked to me like pieces of an egg carton. I followed the picture link back to homebirthmum, and discovered the arch, a project from Marti Ellen's Primary Physics, The Principles Behind Roman Machines, was made from plaster of Paris "ice" cubes. Sadly, the book is not available at our local library, or any of my favorite online bookstores. I…

Always Learning Primary Magazine Issue 3 (Term Primary History, Primary English, Visit South Africa, Primary Science, Australian Curriculum, Always Learning, Mathematics, Literacy, Insight

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Always Learning Primary Magazine Issue 3 (Term 3, 2014)

Discovering History Upper Primary Teacher Resource for Years Fantastic guide for teaching Australian Curriculum: History. Teaching Geography, Primary Teaching, Teaching History, Team Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Primary History, Study History, School Age Activities, History Activities
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Primary History Resources

Share the past with your students, helping them understand what has shaped our present day. Discovering History will help you unpack Australian Curriculum: History with your students.

Week 2 No, I am not kidding….We actually mummified Barbie’s! Well, actually 2 GI Joe’s and 1 Barbie! Here’s what we did: We bought the cheapest Barbie’s I could f… 6th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Education, Study History, Mystery Of History, Primary History, Samhain, Story Of The World
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Plans: Cycle 1 - Week 2

This is our week for all things Ancient Egyptian! Mary has really latched on to this time period, so I hope she's going to have a blast this...

My Year 4 class built this 'Ghost Ship' from the first fleet. The sails are their written accounts as child convicts on board the ship from England to Australia. What a great idea with the sails! Teaching Displays, Class Displays, Classroom Displays, Primary History, Teaching History, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Year 4 Classroom, First Fleet

My Year 4 class built this 'Ghost Ship' from the first fleet. The sails are their written accounts as child convicts on board the ship from England to Australia.

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UXUS HQ: The Space In-between

Contrasting the ethereal aesthetics of poetry with the rigidity of industrial style, the interior of the UXUS office prompts abstract thinking, yet maximizes productivity.