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

  • Storybooks in Aboriginal English

    My WA is a collaborative activity between the Department of Education and Celebrate WA. The project provides opportunities for all Western Australian public schools to promote a shared sense of Western Australian community and what it means to be a Western Australian. Story books in Aboriginal English provide teachers and students with a unique resource that recognises and values cultural diversity in Western Australia and uses languages of Aboriginal people.

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  • Storyline online

    Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.

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  • Storyweaver

    Visit this digital repository of multilingual stories for children.

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  • Sustain your art

    Contemporary visual artist Ash Keating explores the growing environmental problems facing our society – including issues of over-consumption and waste.

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  • Sustainability at home

    Leading a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle and saving money in the process is easy with these helpful factsheets.

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  • Swift playgrounds

    Have access to an iPad or Mac computer? Swift playgrounds teaches serious coding skills in a fun way.

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  • Take Home Tips - Mathematics

    Take home tips for families and carers to assist students with mathematics at home

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  • Tasmanian immigration

    Aboriginal peoples arrived in Tasmania at least 40,000 years ago, when the island was still part of mainland Australia. They can be regarded as Tasmania’s first immigrants. This digibook investigates more recent immigration, beginning with British colonists in the early 19th century.

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  • Teaching kids about money

    Explore videos, digital activities such as an online saving and budget calculator and games as well as conversation ideas for parents regarding money, spending decisions and budgeting.

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  • TedEd

    TED-Ed is TED’s youth and education initiative. Education support is found in the huge range of videos that can be filtered into themes or by Learning Area and include such collections as Writer’s workshop and Playing with language.

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  • Teenage boss

    Hosted by Australia's star mathematics teacher, Eddie Woo, follow fifteen teenagers from across Australia, as they take control of the family finances for a month, with some surprising (or perhaps not so surprising) results.

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  • Teenage boss study guide

    Download the information to decide what to watch

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  • Telling the history of Australians serving in our defence forces.

    Oral history interviews are a great technique to learn about wartime experiences through the eyes of a veteran or someone else who remembers the war.

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  • The Australian Dream

    The Australian Dream education resources explore five themes, which we recommend studying in the following order: (1) Introducing Adam Goodes (2) Cultural identity (3) History and truths (4) Racism (5) Resilience and reconciliation.

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  • The Girl with The Yellow Bag

    Film: A girl has a magic bag in which she places objects and wonders appear. This can be linked with a recycling topic showing how rubbish can become beautiful objects.

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  • The Lego Story

    A true story about the history of Lego which can be used as a model text for writing chronological reports or biographies

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  • The Listies make a scene

    This drama course starts at the end. With the final scene mapped out first, you’ll build out the narrative to create a show in your own lounge room. This course encourages self-expression, develops literacy including language skills and builds the confidence needed to perform to an audience.

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  • The Louvre – virtual tour

    Visit the museum's exhibition rooms and galleries

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  • The Way Back Home

    A young boy builds himself a rocket and sends himself off to Space. A really simple adventure (cross-genre) story.

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  • We Remember Anzac

    This teaching activity resource provides an Order of Service and instructions to assist teachers and community groups to organise a commemorative event. Aimed at primary school students, it encourages a greater understanding of the Anzac story.

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