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SCIENCE ANIMAL CREATIONS
By: Simone Segat & Skye Irwin
Grade/s: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Subject/s: Science, Technologies
Format: Printable unit plan

Students are analyzing why animals are the way that they are. They are also looking at what type of animal features would a Mars animal have.
PARLIAMENTARY MACE
By: Greg King
Grade/s: 6
Subject/s: History
Format: Printable single lesson

This activity draws on student's prior knowledge about Australia and the research that they will undertake into the significance of the Parliamentary Mace as a symbol of democracy.  Students undertake a design process where they are able to redesign and reinterpret the head of the Parliamentary Mace.  Students go through a design and review process, redesigning a second version before creating their design in 3D using Makers Empire software.
SYMBOLS OF AUSTRALIA
By: C Jonker
Grade/s: 5, 6
Subject/s: Geography, History, Technologies
Format: Printable single lesson

Students will use their prior knowledge of Australian state and territory emblems to create a 3D image that incorporates 2 or more symbols of Australian culture, landmarks, flora, fauna or history.
LIVING THINGS- ADAPTATIONS
By: Emma McEvoy
Grade/s: 1
Subject/s: Science
Format: Printable single lesson

Students explore the scientific concept: living things have a variety of external features, some of which are adaptations which enable them to be suited to particular habitats. Children design a 3D animal with two different adaptations which would make them suited to a particular habitat environment.
VISIT THE LAND OF DINOSAURS
By: Jane Wetherall
Grade/s: 1, 2
Subject/s: Art & Music, English, Mathematics, Science, Technologies
Format: Printable unit plan

In this unit of work, students have explored both fictional and non-fictional dinosaurs. They have focussed on physical features of dinosaurs and how their distinct features helped them survive.
DESIGNING A SPACECRAFT
By: Kim Martin
Grade/s: 4, 5, 6, 7
Subject/s: Science, Technologies
Format: Printable single lesson

To celebrate International Day of Human Space Flight on April 12th, design a spacecraft that could be used as a model for future space exploration. 

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