Sunday, March 29, 2015
ANZAC Day is around the corner. I have been searching the web to gather as many resources as I can for us to help our kids understand what ANZAC Day is all about. I hope the resources listed below help you as much as they have me.
ANZAC KIDS - has a gamut of games and interactive activities all for children.
ANZAC Day.org is an introduction to ANZAC Day for early childhood.
Why Are They Marching Daddy? Is a book we use over and over again here in our home.
ANZAC Websites has a huge amount of ideas and activities over in the classroom area of their website.
Suzie's Home Education Ideas shares ten ways to help children understand ANZAC Day
The Australians At War website offers a 30 page printable document for primary aged children. This includes a teachers guide, outcomes and worksheets. They also provide documents for secondary students, war games and more.
The Book Chook has shared a collection of ANZAC Day books
K-3 Teacher Resources has a set of ANZAC themed printable words and offers ideas on various ways to use them.
For Teachers For Students has a great deal of information pertaining to the centenary, including printable pdf files.
RIC Publications has a free download available over at Teachers Pay Teachers, the pack contains a craft, writing prompts and other related activities.
Learning Curve has this very cool Slouch Hat craft with template available over on her blog.
Art Room With A View shares their Fields of Poppies art piece.
ANZAC picture books here.
You can download my Free Printable ANZAC Day unit for young learners here.
ANZAC LIVE - have you heard of this site? It is brand new this year and sounds like a great idea. Follow the real people as they journey through the ANZAC experience. You have to check this one out.
I think I could continue sharing links and websites for some time. Once you start looking there is a wealth of information out there. I do hope some of what I have gathered though is useful to you over the weeks leading up to ANZAC Day. I have also included my pinterest board below where I have many more ANZAC activities.
Follow Kylie @ Our Worldwide Classroom's board ANZAC (Australian) Day on Pinterest.