An editable PowerPoint to use when teaching your students about the world's seven continents and five oceans.
A worksheet to practise identifying the 7 continents and 5 oceans.
A puzzle related to key concepts of the NAIDOC theme.
A worksheet for students to reflect on the NAIDOC theme as it relates to them.
A teacher information sheet about the NAIDOC 2021 theme: Heal Country!
A student information sheet about the NAIDOC 2021 theme: Heal Country!
An interactive match-up activity exploring foods of different cultures.
A NAIDOC Week Connection to Country Word Search suitable for lower primary school students.
A NAIDOC Week "My Country" worksheet suitable for lower primary school students.
A bright and colourful illustrated Acknowledgement of Country Hello poster to display in your classroom.
A bright and colourful illustrated Acknowledgement of Country poster to display in your classroom.
Black and white world map showing countries, oceans and seas.
A map puzzle with continents and oceans to introduce students to world geography.
A map puzzle containing basic locations to introduce students to places of significance in Australia.
51 people and places vocabulary word wall cards.
36 What's the Story of My Place vocabulary cards.
A poster showing the different types of geographic features of Earth.
A map of Australia showing the major landforms.
Help your students concrete their understanding of the map of Australia with this interactive puzzle.
Show your students the map of the world with countries and bodies of water.
A map of Australia showing each capital city and some of the most famous landmarks.
A NAIDOC Week 2021 teaching resource pack that contains activities, worksheets and information for your students.
To help explore the NAIDOC 2020 theme – “Always Was, Always Will Be…” – Wingaru Education has put together a timeline of Aboriginal land rights events. From the time of Cook’s intrusive exploration and the subsequent invasion by the First Fleet, land has been taken from Aboriginal People against their will. There are a number of ways to delve into this topic with your class.