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

  • Move it mob style

    Get up and dancing with Move It Mob Style. Watch the videos to learn new dance routines.

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  • Nrich: Dicey operations in a line

    A game involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers to reach a target number

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  • Olegas Truchanas: a hero of the environmental movement

    Olegas Truchanas was a pioneering photographer whose images of the Tasmanian wilderness are legendary. Olegas was closely associated with the struggle to save Lake Pedder from being flooded by the Hydro-Electric Commission in 1972, and he remains a hero of the environmental movement. Listen to his story as he travels from Nazi-occupied Lithuania to Australia.

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  • Online shopping and banking

    Students learn about the issues associated with shopping online and how to protect themselves.

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  • Our Backyard

    Join two local Pilbara students, with scientists from the Western Australian Museum, on a journey of discovery through the fourty-two islands of the Dampier Archipelago.

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  • Painting the music

    Can music inspire your art? Listen to a music track and paint what you are feeling. What images does the music evoke? Explore your creativity, sharpen your listening skills and understand the links between feelings, ideas and artwork.

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  • Persuasive writing

    This is a series of six short videos for students on the basics of persuasive writing.

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  • Perth Zoo - Animal Adaptations

    After discovering the amazing ways some animals have adapted to their environments around the world, students are challenged to create a new species that exhibits ideal adaptations for survival in future Perth [2100 AD]. The speed and consequences of human-induced change is discussed and we explore what actions students can take to reduce impacts.

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  • Perth Zoo - Home Excursion

    Go on an excursion of the Perth Zoo from the comfort of your home.

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  • Perth Zoo - The Danger Game

    Students explore threatening processes and their effects on Western Australia’s native species through an interactive game where they are the decision makers. Which species will survive and why? How can students change the game to improve the chances of survival for all species?

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  • Portray yourself

    Explore the relationship between subject, artist and audience through portraiture. Investigate image, identity and representation by exploring significant portraits in the collection of one of Australia’s most important art museums – the National Gallery of Victoria.

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  • Premiers ANZAC tour teaching resources

    Resources to help you explore the history of Anzac and the journey of those who fought for us.

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  • Radio drama

    Bring plenty of imagination as you develop a script for actors and make sounds using props and everyday items. Discover how sounds can enhance a performance and get dramatic with voice and sound effects.

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  • SBS Education

    SBS learning resources.

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  • Science by Doing

    Comprehensive online science learning free to all Australian students and teachers and presents science in an engaging, guided inquiry-based approach to lift student interest and understanding.

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  • Shocko doco

    Shocko Doco introduces you to the concept of video interviewing. You will see the common mistakes that are made, and consider ways to fix them. Once you know the pitfalls to avoid, you can plan and shoot your own video interviews.

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  • Smithsonian Natural History Museum – Virtual tour

    The Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum from their desktop or mobile device

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  • Soar

    Soar is an award-winning 3D animated movie (6 minutes) about a young girl who must help a tiny, 5 inch tall boy pilot fly home before it's too late.

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  • Sound bites

    Discover the music making secrets of some of Australia’s most loved musicians. Students are taken behind the scenes in Sound Bites, a collection of music resources made in partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne and the Australian Music Vault.

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  • Story building

    In a series of activities, children will be led through a ‘story building’ process, creating and taking on character roles and bringing ideas to life.

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