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Anzac Day Teaching Resources

Submitted by Donna (07-11-2012)

Just put together some links for Anzac Day.

There are some great pictures, and ideas out there and I have tried to locate as many as I could.

My ABSOLUTE FAVOURITE one for K-3 is the online book - A-Z of Anzac - perfect way to gently talk and present pictures about an important subject which can be difficult for littlies to understand...

A class A-Z Anzac Book could then be written and illustrated by your children....

Here is the link to the book and many other links also - hope they help - Let Us Never Forget.....

A-Z Anzac Book...





*http://www.awm.gov.au/education/activities/makeyourpoppy.pdf - Make Your Own Poppy






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