Thinking of different activities for the kids can be so daunting. Here are some subject ideas to help you a little bit! They are also FREE (though we would really appreciate it if you can credit us).
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Various ideas to make learning fun and impactful.
Fun and Curiosities
A 14-page activity sheet with interesting stories and challenging questions for the kids to answer mainly using their imagination.
Life and Living
A set of activities that ranges from citizenship, ethics, inspiring stories, to analysing proverbs and quotes. It also has activities for creative and original thinking, debates, and stories.
Make Science more fun with crosswords, puzzles and DINOSAUR stories!
Help your students learn more about Australia through these Australian Studies activities – from ancient Australia to Australian Fauna and Flora to icons, emblems, symbols, and more.
Make writing fun and full of memories with these English and Writing activities.
Because Math needs to be more than just numbers! Check these activities – from Math mysteries to crosswords and fractions.
Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS)
Help your students learn more about the world.
“Children are one third of our population and all of our future.“
Interesting Number Facts
Till what number can bees count to?
Studies show that bees can identify and count up to four and recognize the concept of zero. Bees were trained to choose which sample has “more” or “less.” Eventually they exhibited an 80% success rate.
Fastest record to count to 1 million?
Jeremy Harper of Alabama holds the Guinness World Record for counting to one million. He live-streamed the entire process that took him 89 days. He spent 16 hours per day counting aloud, while 8 hours were for eating and sleeping.
How many species of reptiles does Australia have?
Know your Australia!
In fact, Australia has the most amount of reptiles in the world – which is over 750 different species! That’s quite a lot!
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