The world has been thrown into some crazy times due to Covid-19, but that shouldn’t mean that your students miss out on Anzac Day learning! You can explore Anzac Day through distance learning in a way that is engaging, fun, and extremely impactful for your students. With Anzac Day events cancelled throughout New Zealand, Australia, and Turkey, use the ideas below to ensure your students
ANZAC Day, held on April 25th each year, is an important event for both Australian and New Zealanders. We teach this integral part of our collective history in classrooms at all levels, which makes finding interesting and creative ways to teach this topic even more important. Keep reading to find some great Anzac Day teaching ideas to help you bring the story of the ANZACs
Anzac Day is an important and special part of both Australia and New Zealand and a topic that I have found can be very engaging for students. When introducing Anzac Day activities in your classroom, it is crucial to consider the prior knowledge and experiences that each child brings with them and how this can be harnessed to its best effect. What is Anzac Day?