Thursday, 19 March 2015

FREE ANZAC Centenary Teaching Guides & Activities

Contact: Rachael Witton, SunnyKids / Read2Remember
p: 0754 790 394   e:

Date: Registration available now, guides & resources emailed           RSVP: Open
Location: Online - Statewide

ANZAC Centenary Program
Intended Audience: Primary & Secondary students & teachers:

 Anzac Centenary Program and its related activities have been designed to assist students devleop a deep sense-of-self and value. Exploring historical heroes such as the ANZAC soldiers, your students will see that they too can be a 'hero'in thier own world by embracing qulaities such as courage, integrity, resilience & mateship.

SunnyKids Read2Remember program engaged over 460,000 students in 2015 commemorating Remembrance Day. We are excited to bring the ANZAC Centenary Program to students and teachers with an easy and interactive schedule of activities and resources for use in-class. Program includes specific activities for each discipline of focus concluding in the reading of a commissioned poem written by Rupert McCall OAM.

 Each activity is designed to actively promote the ANZAC values of courage, integrity, resilience and mateship. The program is designed to connect children with their cultural DNA and provide an avenue for them to recognise similar qualities of the ANZAC's within them ultimately promoting a deep sense-of-self.

Registered program participants will receive comprehensive teaching guides and outlines complete with learning outcomes that meet curriculum requirements. Each school will also receive the poem Ä Hundred Years From Now" to be ready by all students on Friday 24th April.