Aboriginal wildlife paintings– BBC Class clips film
Australian Government Disaster Resilience for Schools website
Floods, Bushfire, Drought, Cyclone, Earthquake, Severe Storms, Tsunami, Heatwave, Pandemic, Human Caused, Volcano, Climate change and finally Landslide.
Would you survive a severe
Play the Before the Storm Game online
Australian Weather- Class resources http://www.bom.gov.au/lam/Students_Teachers/learnact.htm#cm
Australian Government Classroom resources
Numerous resources for schools
including minerals, geological time, tsunamis, Marine and coastal, energy and much more…
Australian Government Whales and Dolphins Resources for Schools
Find out more about the different types of Whales and Dolphins in Australian waters, ecolocation, watch videos of Minke whales and listen to whale songs.Australian Citizenship Day
Learn about being an Australian Citizen- Australian Citizenship Day is a special day to reflect on and celebrate being an Australian citizen. There are several interactive games allowing children to explore the idea of being an Australian citizen.
Fabulous facts about Australia’s Geology (Rocks and landforms)
Australia through Time
How has Australian changed in geological time?
Discover how much land is dedicated as nature conservation reserve and the proportion of public to privately-held land.
How big, dry, wet is Australian?
What does Australia look like? How many deserts does it have? How tall is the highest mountain? How tall is the tallest warefall?
- A series of images reflecting the culture and the physical and natural features of Australia with musical accompaniment.
The experiences of men and women who were transported to Australia for their crimes from 1787. Was the punishment justified?
In the heat of the Australian outback, what special techniques do Aborigines use to find food and water?
A review of the pull factors that encouraged large numbers of Scots to emigrate to Australia and New Zealand.