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Learning resources by year level
Resources are available across all year levels and learning areas, to give children and young people the best opportunity to continue to learn at home.
Students learn about the power of advanced search options to help narrow results when looking for resources.
This activity will help you identify and discuss some o he issues that may occur when using technology and communicating online. Together as a family you will create a list of rules that you can use to help guide technology within your home.
A mathematical challenge involving the properties of 2D shapes
Read the information about assigning probabilities to outcomes and answer the questions.
Read the information about chance experiments and answer the questions.
A family challenge to engage with scale, measurement and volume to build a boat that carries a specified weight
A family challenge to develop a clear set of instructions to direct a person on a route on a map or floor plan
Several short films, including ‘The Catch’, with a focus on other cultures. Brief teaching ideas included for each film.
Living things have structural features and adaptations to help them survive in the environment, but how does it work in real life?
A family challenge to engage with symmetry and its properties by using everyday objects to make a unique design
All Systems Are GO! consists of three modules and a Teacher overview.
A group of meerkats’ peaceful existence is disrupted by a vulture trying to steal their pride and joy.
A beautiful dancer spends all of her life stuck at the top of the clock tower. She spins on her toes incessantly in order for the clock to work.
A lighthouse keeper’s surprising discovery pulls him on a journey into uncharted territory.
Create mathematical designs by following, and writing, sets of instructions involving number sequences, directions and angles
A 4-minute animated film about a boy who is given a puppy with three legs. Writing outcomes: recount, narrative, character description, informative text.
Learn about Western Australia’s threatened species and the need to conserve biodiversity.
A problem solving task investigating the measurement of area of rectangles using grid paper
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