ANZAC Day Active Learning & Prizes To Win
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Blog - A Respectful Yet Enjoyable Way To Teach ANZAC Day
Held annually on April 25th, ANZAC Day is a national day of remembrance for those who have served in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. This activity does not take anything away from the solemnity that is ANZAC Day but provides a fun method for ensuring students know why they attend ANZAC Day services.
ANZAC Day Resources and New Poster
Anzac Day Resource Unit
Commemorate ANZAC day with these 16 fun FREE and Premium Cross-Curricular teaching resources.
ANZAC day discussions with your primary school students can be a little heavy so this unit of work keeps things light with an amazing array of learning outcomes achieved through the planing, making and baking of delicious ANZAC biscuits.
As always our talented Learn From Play artist Kwen has created another thought provoking and inspirational poster.
This time it is from Ralph Waldo Emerson and encourages students to develop the grit and determination needed to build resilience in the face of adversity. To see all of our colourful and inspirational posters click the image above or the link below.
$1500 Worth Of Prizes To Win In Our Colouring-in Competition
Make sure you get your entries in for our Colouring-In Competition because the longer they are up the more votes you will get and the more likely you are to win our People's Choice Award.
As always if you have any questions, feedback or content suggestions for areas of the curriculum that you would like to see gamified send me an email. In the mean time, please help us grow our Learn From Play teaching community by sharing the site with your colleagues so everyone can benefit.