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OZTL_NET 2022

For your free World Book Online Trial for the month of March including access to a complimentary selection of worksheets and activities, please click here.

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – MARCH 8
HARMONY DAY – MARCH 21

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Pre- and emergent readers play and discover visual worlds of information

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

PEOPLE AT WORK →
Learn about many important and interesting jobs that people do. We see some people doing jobs in our community every day. Your neighbourhood is a community. So is your city or town. But there are also workers whom we do not see very often. What kind of work would you like to do when you grow up? Throughout history, women have generally had fewer opportunities to succeed in careers than men. Today, women have a better chance to succeed. Here are some ideas!

FEATURED CONTENT
House-to-House-Worker
Jobs That Protect People
Health Professionals
Engineers
Lawmakers and Lawyers
Accountant
Bus Driver
Chef
Farmer
Plumber
Scientist
Teacher
Utility Workers

GAMES
Concentration: Jobs to Do

STORIES
When I Grow Up

FAIRY TALES AND FABLES
Mulan
To save her ailing father from serving in the Imperial Army, a fearless young woman disguises herself as a man to battle northern invaders in China.

***** EARLY LEARNING (PRE-K+) – HARMONY DAY @@@@@

Pre- and emergent readers play and discover visual worlds of information

STORIES: WORLD’S DIFFERENT CULTURES

Each of the 12 Trek’s Travels storybooks is set in a different location around the world, including Europe, North America, South America, Africa, India, China, and Thailand. By following Trek’s adventures, children will discover many far-off lands and cultures as well as visit some places that may be more familiar.

FEATURED STORIES
As you go through the books, tell your students about the wealth of plants and animals found in various environments, and also talk about the world’s different cultures.
Trek Learns to Fly (Northern Europe)
Trek Learns About Colours (South America)
Trek Learns About Numbers (India)
Trek Learns About Size (Africa)
Trek Learns About Shapes (China)
Trek Learns About Sounds (Thailand)
Trek Learns About Place (Southwest Asia)
Trek Learns About Taste and Smell (Canada)
Trek Learns About Moving Around (Australia)
Trek Learns About Texture (Italy)
Trek Learns About Opposites (United Kingdom and Ireland)
Trek Learn About Time (Mexico)

LESSON PLANS
Trek Learns to Fly
Trek Learns About Colours
Trek Learns About Numbers
Trek Learns About Size
Trek Learns About Shapes
Trek Learns About Sounds
Trek Learns About Place
Trek Learns About Taste and Smell
Trek Learns About Moving Around
Trek Learns About Texture
Trek Learns About Opposites
Trek Learn About Time

***** KIDS (YEARS K+) – INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY @@@@@

Image driven content for curious kids to explore

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – MARCH 8
Its purpose is to recognise women’s cultural, economic, political, and social achievements. It also promotes women’s rights and gender equality.

IMPORTANT PEOPLE

IMPORTANT PEOPLE
Use Important People feature in Kids to search for courageous and influential women from history and present day.
Search Important People

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Image driven content for curious kids to explore

HARMONY DAY – MARCH 21
On Harmony Day, Australians show appreciation and respect for people of all different cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

FOCUS ON A COUNTRY

The goal of Harmony Day is to promote a shared sense of belonging among all Australians.

ARTICLES
Harmony Day
Languages
Aboriginal Peoples of Australia
Culture

SOUND
Australian Aboriginal traditional music

COMPARE COUNTRIES
Have your students pick a country and compare with Australia. Search for pictures of the country’s terrain, cultural dress and foods and discuss these with the class.
Search Compare Places

WORKSHEETS
Harmony Day
Compare Places

TIMELINES
Learning more about our family history helps us to understand more about who we are, where we come from and our connection to the world.
Create a timeline
Have your students build a family history timeline about the people in your family and their heritage.
How to create a timeline

Arts
Investigate some of the many techniques used by artists that have been drawn from different cultures such as dot painting, batik, mosaics, papier-mâché, and origami.

Bark Painting
Indigenous Australians used art to print stories on cave walls and rocks. Have your students tell a story about their life or an event they witnessed based on the style of Aboriginal art.
Aboriginal Rock Art activity

Batik
The way of making batik began in Indonesia. Have your students make their own batik handkerchief to learn about this unique way of putting colour design on a cloth.
Bati-Kerchiefs activity

Mosaic
Have your students learn about mosaics by reading the article and then making their own mosaic from coloured paper.
Make Your Own Mosaic Lesson Plan

Origami
Have your students can make paper dolls using this origami technique popular in China and Japan.
Origami Dolls Lesson Plan

Papier-mâché
Have your students build an original mask out of newspaper strips with easy to follow instructions courtesy of Activity Corner.
Papier-Mâché Mask activity

***** STUDENT (YEARS 5+) – INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY @@@@@

Foundational research skills for curriculum reinforcement

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – MARCH 8
International Women’s Day serves to recognise and celebrate women’s cultural, economic, political, and social achievements and to promote women’s rights and gender equality. Today IWD is celebrated in more than 100 countries.

Celebrate women’s cultural, economic, political, and social achievements.

REMARKABLE WOMEN

***** STUDENT (YEARS 5+) – HARMONY DAY @@@@@

Foundational research skills for curriculum reinforcement

HARMONY DAY – MARCH 21
It is a day for Australians to show appreciation and respect for people of all different cultural and ethnic backgrounds who have made Australia their home.

Harmony Day is about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.

HARMONY DAY

ARTICLES
Harmony Day
White Australia Policy
Immigration
Culture
Science
Examine the scientific principles underlying traditional Australian Indigenous technologies.
Boomerang
Languages
Language
Australian Aboriginal languages
Some languages of the world


WORKSHEETS
Harmony Day
Immigration to Australia Pre 1900
Immigration to Australia Post 1900

TIMELINES
Learning more about our family history helps us to understand more about who we are, where we come from and our connection to the world. It also teaches us about the past and how the world has changed.
Family History – Timeline activity

***** eBOOKS (ALL AGES) – INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY @@@@@

Interactive, educational titles

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – MARCH 8
Your World Book eBook platform includes biographies about many women who have and are currently challenging stereotypes and bias to empower women and make a positive difference for women worldwide.

REMARKABLE WOMEN

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WORLD CLASSICS
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (by Mary Wollstonecraft)
Herland (by Charlotte Perkins Gilman)
The Yellow Wallpaper (by Charlotte Perkins Gilman)
Concerning Children (by Charlotte Perkins Gilman)

***** eBOOKS (ALL AGES) – HARMONY DAY @@@@@

Interactive, educational titles

HARMONY DAY – MARCH 21
Introduce students to amazing people, cultures and foods in an interactive and educational way.

CULTURES AROUND THE WORLD

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TASTE THE WORLD
Chocolate
Corn
Garlic
Potato
Rice
Salt and Pepper
Sugar
Tomato

Taste the World: Cook@home
Chocolate
Corn
Garlic
Potato
Rice
Salt and Pepper
Sugar
Tomato
Quizzes
Chocolate
Corn
Garlic
Potato
Rice
Salt and Pepper
Tomato

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