SMART RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: The Waitangi Day resource includes 21 key word cards, an explanation of the symbolism of the Maori flag, a simple explanation of the significance of Waitangi Day to New Zealand and a close reading activity for the students to complete. Landscape presentation.
A set of Early Settlers Houses words and phrases suitable for discussion and writing activities. The cards can also be duplicated and used for games. The resource also includes heading, sub-heading and historic photos cards.
SMART RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: The resource provides background information about the Treaty of Waitangi for teachers and older students under the subheadings- Why we celebrate Waitangi Day? A Look at the Past The Controversies - How is Waitangi Day Celebrated? The resource may be read and discussed as part of the reading or inquiry programme or used as a visual resource for younger students. Included are two images of artists impressions of the signing of the Waitangi Treaty, inquiry question cards and a poster of the famous words of the Maori chief Hone Heke
SMART RESOURCE: ANZAC Day commemoration - 100 printable word cards with illustrations. Excellent resource for History and Inquiry-based Learning through vocabulary. A first rate resource for a word wall display during an ANZAC Day study. Also includes a vocabulary list and a map of the 1915 landings at the Gallipoli Peninsula.
SMART RESOURCE: ANZAC Day Commemoration resource comprises 100 printable word cards with illustrations. Match the word card with the illustration card to develop vocabulary knowledge. The resource can be adapted to play games such as Memory and Go Fish. An excellent activity for an Anzac Day study. Also included in the resource is a vocabulary list and a vintage World War I poster.
SMART RESOURCE | Students read the ANZAC cards then discuss the explanation of the meaning of ANZAC Day. They are prompted to write an explanation by answering the question What does ANZAC Day mean to you?
SMART RESOURCE | A collection of nine images symbolising ANZAC Day. The students are prompted to give an opinion with the question: How does this image symbolise the ANZAC spirit? This resource supports Inquiry-based Learning through the integration of visual, oral and written language.
SMART RESOURCE | A collection of nine images symbolising ANZAC Day. Students are invited to give an opinion by answering the question: How does this image symbolise the ANZAC spirit? They are also asked to write a caption for each image. There are two sets of images -colour for teacher modelling and a greyscale set for students activities. Two blank cards are included which can be used as a postcard template for further writing. This resource supports Inquiry-based Learning through the integration of visual, oral and written language.