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What Makes Australia Unique Word Wall Vocabulary

PDF | 15 pages|Grades: F - 6

A set of Australian related vocabulary word wall cards.

Print out these What Makes Australia Unique Vocabulary cards and cut them along the line. Stick them up around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include: Australia, Australian, Indigenous Australians, Aboriginal people, Great Britain, migrants, multicultural, Uluru, Great Barrier Reef, vegemite, AFL, rugby league, cricket, temperate, hot, dry, tropical, cold, desert, rainforest, vast, continent, island, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Parliament House, platypus, wombat, bilby, echidna, kangaroo, emu, Captain James Cook, Commonwealth

What Makes Australia Unique Vocabulary

Australia Australian Indigenous Australians
Aboriginal people Great Britain migrants
multicultural Uluru Great Barrier Reef
vegemite AFL rugby league
cricket temperate hot
dry tropical cold
desert rainforest vast
continent island Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Opera House Parliament House platypus
wombat bilby echidna
kangaroo emu Captain James Cook
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Brenda Wann

When I downloaded this, there were no words, just blank cards. I created my own from your word list, but thought you should know.

Brenda Wann · Jul 2nd, 2020

Tom (Teach Starter)

Hi Brenda,

Thank you for letting us know. The word wall seems to be downloading fine on our end now.
If the problem happens again, get in touch by sending an email to [email protected]

Tom (Teach Starter) · Jul 3rd, 2020

Helen Piercy

Indigenous Australians is a proper noun and should be a capital ‘I’

Helen Piercy · Nov 7th, 2016

Scott (Teach Starter)

Hi Helen, this has now been updated. Thank you for letting us know!

Kind regards,

Scott (Teach Starter) · Nov 7th, 2016

Judy Gibbs

Perfect for our SOSE unit

Judy Gibbs · Oct 28th, 2014

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