Thought-provoking science resources
In this fabulous collection of science resources, students can find out what happens to e-waste, discover an ingenious way Aboriginal people caught fish and make their own map of our solar system.
Challenge racial stereotyping
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are not defined by their skin colour and facial features, but by their connections, identity and kinship. Learn more in this article by Culture Is Life.
Chance and probability
What is the probability there are two students in a classroom who share the same birthday? Could a large crowd accurately guess the weight of Uluru? Discover the answers in this fascinating collection of maths resources.
BTN is back!
Catch up on the latest episodes of the much-loved program Behind The News. It’s a wonderful way to inject news and current events into your classroom in a student-friendly way.
Primary English series
Pencil Pals follows the adventures of four pencil-topper friends who learn about language, literacy and storytelling through stories they read, write and share together.
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