Are you looking for easy ways to explore Alpacas with Maracas and a free resource? Follow the link in the profile to read the blog post and get your download!
As part of a super busy weekend, I launched the Symbols and Traditions of Groups mini unit for Year 4 Civics and Citizenship. I love a lot of the activities in this one! Follow the link in the profile to get yours!
Working on a new blog post today - hopefully I'll have it up by the afternoon
Sneak peek at the resource I'm working on. This mini-unit asks students to compare traditions and symbols of different groups. In this resource students compare the traditions of Anzac Day and Remembrance Day
A book I've read and a book I'm reading. The Tower Mill is excellent Brisbane historical fiction - an adult book, but would probably be suitable for younger readers. And I can't wait to really dig into a whole book about compulsory voting #democracynerd
I'm working on the last Year 4 civics mini unit 😀 This one looks at different symbols of different groups
New blog post: explore a wide range of picture books covering weather in Australia. Follow the link in the profile to read more.
New resource! This Year 4 HASS Civics resource tackles the tricky topic of groups in our community and how the groups we belong to influence our identity. This comprehensive resource includes information sheets, activities, interactive notebook resources and more. Follow the link in the profile to get yours now
Have you explore the world of Alpacas with Maraca? This comprehensive book study bundle had everything you need. Follow the link in the profile to get yours!
A little sneak peek at an interactive notebook resource for this Year 4 mini unit. This can also be used as a worksheet for group work or individual work without the attached circles
March means lots of green! My favourite green thing is my high school formal dress which was jade green. What's your favourite green thing?
You can't always be lucky, but it's worth looking out for the moments where you can make your own luck #inspo
This is a blog post about Macca. (He's an alpaca!) We really love him and wanted to share why - as well as classroom ideas. Follow the link in the profile to read more #teachersread #picturebooks
Book recommendation: I'm trying to work my way through some of the CBCA Notable Books and I highly recommend this one for Year 3-5. It's a lovely mix of adventure and historical fiction, and a nice short book for read alouds or those working on reading longer books #bookrecommendations