Learning resources from across the nation

Learning resources from across the nation

We will continue to add resources across all year levels and learning areas, to give children and young people the best opportunity to continue to learn at home.

Additional learning resources

Additional learning resources

  • Dust Echoes

    Dust Echoes is a series of twelve beautifully animated Dreamtime stories from Central Arnhem Land, telling stories of love, loyalty, duty to Country and Aboriginal custom and law.

  • Earth Science

    The Mineralogy and Palaeontology collections include rocks, minerals, gemstones and fossils. Learn more about these naturally occurring, inorganic solids.

  • Elements of music

    This series introduces the six key elements of music including rhythm, texture, dynamics, pitch, form, and timbre. Children will build their knowledge of basic music techniques through a set of fun activities based on each element, and they’ll grow their confidence and collaborative skills along the way.

  • Extreme weather

    'Tropical Cyclone Inigo approaching northwest Australia, 2003', courtesy of NASA/GAFC (Wikimedia Commons)

  • Fold a marvellous maths lamp

    A series of videos guiding students through a construction of a paper lamp using their understanding of angles and geometric transformations.

  • Fold a marvelous maths lamp

    Learn to fold a beautiful lamp using some maths concepts. Like with anything worthwhile, it will take time and patience but it'll be worth it!

  • Frog watch - Building a frog-friendly garden

    Designed to assist inquiry-based learning in science, a series of important questions are posed about local frog species and their wild habitats, and how to create a frog-friendly garden at school or at home.

  • Frog watch - Explore frog habitats

    Meet some students who wanted to make a real difference to their school by making it frog-friendly!

  • Frog watch - Froglish for Beginners

    Discover which frogs live in your local area by using your ears!

  • Frog watch - Through the eyes of a frog!

    Read along to discover how everything in the wetlands is connected.

  • From dance to sport

    There are close links between the extreme physicality required by an elite sportsperson and a dancer. They are more similar than you may think. Discover the physical and technical skills used in both dance and sport and compare the similarities.

  • FUSE Learning at home

    Support for schools and leaders, teachers, students, children and parents to access digital resources that can be used to support learning at home.

  • Gallipoli – The first day

    Experience the events of the first day of the Gallipoli Campaign

  • Graham's number

    If you were asked what the biggest number you can think of is, what would you say? Infinity? Well, what about the biggest finite number you can think of? Mathematician Ron Graham came across such a gigantic number in his research that, to capture its massive size, he and his colleagues needed to come up with new methods of notation.

  • Hand drawings

    Learn about how hands have been used to create artworks by many different cultures. Over three lessons, develop effective techniques using your hands to create fun drawings.

  • History and truths

    Explore the history of Australia and the effects that past government policies and actions have had on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The clip highlights how, as a country, we find it difficult to talk about the uncomfortable truths of our history. It also explores the responses to Adam Goodes’s leadership in attempting to eliminate racism and create a more inclusive Australia.

  • How computers track your internet history

    A computer keeps track of your internet browsing by using "cookies". Find out some of the good and bad ways your internet history can be used, and learn about "cookie" stories and how they work?

  • How does income tax work?

    Learn about income tax - what it is, how it works and when you have to pay it. Easy-peasy! Then test yourself with ASIC MoneySmart's "Things to think about" classroom exercises.

  • How does the Australian Parliament work?

    The Federal Parliament meets in Canberra at Parliament House. But what happens there? And what is the Parliament, anyway? Who are the people that make up the Parliament and how do they get chosen?

  • Improvisation starters

    Drama is a dynamic practice that introduces students to a world of movement, pretend and play. Improvisation Starters is all that and more! Improvisation is an important element of drama that will have you thinking creatively and build confidence.

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