Australian Geography Notebooking Pages
Teaching geography involves two main aspects; the physical geography of the earth, its make-up and position and human geography which studies lifestyles, beliefs, governance and cultural aspects of societies. This resource focuses on the physical geography of Australia, the states, territories and Australia’s famous landmarks.
Map Markers And Mapping
Our states and territories’ pages have hands on activities.
The map markers are state flags and floral emblems of Australia stamps. Your child can cut and glue them on to the map. There are also mapping the rivers exercises.
Notebooking and Narrations
Downunder Geography Discovery Pages provides a way to make the most of your Discover Downunder Geography Book.
These notebooking pages correspond to the chapters in the book. Use the pages for written narrations. The notebooking pages are for recording what captures a child’s interest. They will give your children some structure and the freedom to be creative.
Downunder Geography provides:
- A map checklist for each state, ACT and NT
- Hands-on activities as they mark in major rivers and cut and paste their map markers.
- Notebooking pages for the chapters used in Discover Downunder – Australian Geography For Kids.
- Map markers that can also be used with Australian Map Journal
Downunder Australian Geography Curriculum Outcomes:
- Understands Australia as states and territories and Australia’s major natural and human features
- Describes the Aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders ideas of country and place
- Identifies some environmental factors that have influenced Australia as a place
- Identifies the similarities and differences of people living in different places in Australia
- Identifies the main climate types found in Australia
- Interprets geographical data on maps including borders, legend, scale and north point
- Represents geographical features (major Australian rivers) on a small-scale map
PDF eBook: 32 Pages
Award Winning Australian Map: A3 size (40 by 60 cm)
Recommended Ages: Ages 7 – 12
Curriculum Suggestion: Year 2 to Year 6