Remembrance Day is a memorial day commemorated on 11 November and it marks the end of the First World War. It is a day to mourn and every year on the 11th hour of the 11th day on the 11th month we fall silent for 1 minute to remember those who served their country during the war. To commemorate Remembrance Day we have 8 new Remembrance Day Posters that can be used as a display within the setting. These posters share images and information and can be used to support discussions with children about Remembrance Day including information on Remembrance Day traditions, importance of poppies, about Remembrance Day etc. It's important we spare a moment on this day to remember those brave enough to serve our country.
A collective noun is a word for a group of specific items, animals and people. Nouns name people, places and things. Every noun can be further classified as proper and common. These worksheets will help a child to practice their understanding of collective nouns, common and proper nouns.
Interest Area Poster with detailed information on how the specific interest area benefits children while they play. It also links the EYLF Learning Outcomes and the QIAS principles. Interest areas that support learning are vibrant and flexible and are responsive to the interests and abilities of each child.
To celebrate and honour National Sorry Day (26th May) & National Reconciliation Week (27 May - June 3), we have created six new Indigenous Posters that can be used by Educators and Parents to assist children in exploring and understanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. These posters all have an image that is an important part of the Indigenous community and also has an explanation to accompany each image.