Providing digital resourcesfor the Australian Curriculum
Biological, Physical and Earth and space sciences for early learners
Early learners discover the past through toys and games
Multimedia and inquiry questions about life in ancient times
Conducting historical inquiry related to Australian History
This is a short story about the lives of stick insects.
Living things have basic needs! These videos show how bugs handle their prey.
Dr Tanya Hill, astronomer, explains why we experience day and night.
Dr Tanya Hill, astronomer, explains changes in the sky and the star patterns.
An interactive where students match objects that move the same way.
This is a story about toys used by several generations of a family.
Toys from the museum's collection are used to explore continuity and change.
Children sequence images of toys from the My Grandmother's Toy Box story.
Students investigate primary and secondary sources about the Vesuvius eruption.
Students examine the importance of conserving the remains of Pompeii.
The features and functions of a Roman house are explored in this resource.
What does the practice of public bathing tell us about everyday Roman life?
Illustrations of daily life and slaves' videos prompt an inquiry into slavery.
Alistair Thomson offers advice to students on how to record oral histories.
Dr Moya McFadzean discusses the role of objects in personal migration stories.
Michael Reason discusses how photographs assist in understanding the past.
Dr Paula Hamilton reflects on creating community histories.
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