Colour in, cut out and write a story. From the book “Magic Boomerang” by Mark Greenwood and Frané Lessac
Colouring in activity from the book, “Our Big Island” by Mark Greenwood and Frané Lessac. Remember to draw yourself, friends, family and pets in the port holes (windows).
Colour in the truck from the book, “Outback Adventure” by Mark Greenwood and Frané Lessac. Remember to add your family, friends and pets and supplies for an outback adventure of a lifetime!
This colouring-in sheet is of Duffy from the book “Simpson and his Donkey”, written by Mark Greenwood and illustrated by Frané Lessac
Colouring sheets featuring Australian animals to download and print.
Build a fence! Make some bunting! Name that sheep! Or just cut, colour and paste. Printable sheets and activities for sheepish littlies.
A teacher resource pack and activity to go with James Foley’s funny picture book for preschoolers, In The Lion.
Colouring pages from “My Grateful Book”, written by Diana Smith and illustrated by Sarah Marchant.
Colouring in pages from “My Welcome Book”, written by Diana Smith and illustrated by Sarah J Marchant.
Print out and colour in this picture of the father and daughter listening to fairies laughing from When the Moon is a Smile written by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and illustrated by Amy Calautti.
Colour in this picture of Koala and his many friends from the picture book written by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and illustrated by Veronica Rooke.
Follow the link for button project ideas. ‘Nanna’s Button Tin’ is about a girl and her grandma searching for a special button for Teddy. The story is about memories and families. If you aren’t able to hug your grandparents at the moment, maybe you could make them a button picture.
Chip, Chip the Lifeguard, Fish Kid and more! Find colour in sheets, crafts and activities inspired by children’s books by Kylie Howarth.
Our 54 Celebration Cards provide a fun and simple way to quickly celebrate students’ efforts and build relationships. They’re tailored for the classroom, but can be used for home-schooling. They’re a great way to end the day on a positive note.
Do you have an unusual pet? Annie does. Follow the link to find fun facts about snails. Make your own snail puppets, decorate snail shells and find out which words Annie’s snails are able to spell.
Simple craft ideas – make a chef’s hat, a cake stand or reindeer antler.
Fun activity book with lots of teaching content. Letter writing, word searches, questions to make you think (suitable Years 1-4), worksheets, maze, colouring-in. Accompanies the book “Claire Malone Changes the World”
Activity ideas and printables for the picture book No Bears, by Meg McKinlay & Leila Rudge. Make a No Bears Allowed! doorhanger, complete a word search, and more.
Who lives in these holes? Come and draw some creatures.
Sort and colour see several of the animals Rodney saw on his travels.
Colour in all the Australian creatures on this poster from the picture book Friends by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and Veronica Rooke and add all your friends’ names. You might like to stick their pictures on it too.
Colour in Jimbo the little elephant playing with his monkey friend from Jimbo! Don’t go! written by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and illustrated by Veronica Rooke.
Colour in this picture of Jimbo and his jungle friends from the picture book Jimbo! Don’t go! written by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and illustrated by Veronica Rooke.
What can Jimbo the little elephant see? Join the dots to find out in this picture from Jimbo! Don’t go! written by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and illustrated by Veronica Rooke.
Can you spot the differences in these two pictures from Jimbo! Don’t go! by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and Veronica Rooke?
The little elephant from Jimbo! Don’t go! by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and Veronica Rooke has a problem. He doesn’t know which path to take to join his friends and avoid Tiger Tim. You can help him find his way.
A rhyming story involving a group of 14 Australian animals whose journey to Uluru reveals a deep understanding of the values that connect our world. Written by Renie Allen and illustrated by Josephine Harwood. Each of the values have a song and an activity to support mental and emotional health that will become an intrinsic lifelong support for our children. NOTE: Click on “Resources” and enter password materials55 to access the resources for free.
Join Book-Book Chook in our world of books for craft projects, games, jokes, recipes, writing prompts, treasure hunts, plays, party plans and other story sharing adventures.
Are your kids mad about Vikings? Norman Jorgensen and James Foley created two picture books called The Last Viking and The Last Viking Returns – check out these free resources (activities, videos and links) related to their books.
Can you spot all of Koala’s friends hiding in this colouring sheet from Friends written by Teena Raffa-Mulligan and illustrated by Veronica Rooke?
Have you ever wondered what life is like in the middle of Nowhere? These fabulous fun activities will teach children what life is like for kids living all over our wonderful country.
Children can submit book reviews, stories, poems & artwork for publication on a website.
Have fun colouring in the bushranger, Ned Kelly’s helmet.
The Ned Kelly and the Green Sash Activity Ideas are intended to compliment the book Ned Kelly and the Green Sash by Mark Greenwood, illustrated by Frané Lessac.
These activities accompany The Legend of Moondyne Joe provide suggestions for activities based on or linked to the book’s text and illustrations and highlight points for discussion.
This colouring-in sheet is the book cover for “Simpson and his Donkey”, written by Mark Greenwood and illustrated by Frané Lessac
Activities to do for LINTANG AND THE PIRATE QUEEN
Kim Maslin is adding regular creative and educational activities to The Tweeting Galah Activity Library, which can be done at home or via remote learning. All resources are free. Use the hashtag #thetweetinggalah to share your results!
Teacher resources, activities and videos to accompany James Foley’s junior graphic novel, Gastronauts.
Activities, teacher resources and videos to accompany James Foley’s junior graphic novel, Dungzilla.
Activities, teacher resources and videos to accompany James Foley’s graphic novel, Brobot.
Help Pepsi navigate the maze and cause trouble! Or relax with a colouring in sheet.
Elaine Forrestal’s new historical fiction, Goldfields Girl, is hot off the Fremantle Press (released 25th March). Teaching Notes and Activity Sheets are available now. The e-Book will be released on 1st May, 2020.
Activities, colouring sheets and teacher resources to go with the cult-favourite picture book My Dead Bunny (written by Sigi Cohen, illustrated by James Foley).
Printable dominoes – design your own. Linked to the book Toppling, by Sally Murphy, but can be used on its own.
A step by step process for writing a free verse poem of your own.
Easy to cook recipes from the Sage Cookson junior fiction series.
Here you can find the colouring sheets from all of Aśka’s books, as well as maze packs and activities.
A growing library of free resources to help you on your way to providing a beautiful structured literacy environment. Games, activities, posters and printables to encourage effective reading practice.
You’ll uncover these exciting activities when you explore the A to Z of Australia – from Bondi to Kakadu and all the way to Taronga Zoo. Discover why Australia is one of the most amazing countries in the world!
Australia is full of the most amazing animals on the planet! What animal has six thumbs? What animal produces square poo? What animal is made up of 95 per cent water and is highly venomous? Activities to go along with the book “A is for Australian Animals”.
Activities of Australia after dark to go along with the picture book “Under the Southern Cross” by Frané Lessac
A regularly updated list of writing competitions open to young writers in Australia.
Complete the daily doodle challenge! Jeanette will start a doodle and it’s up to you to finish it. A fun activity for all ages and abilities.
Links to teacher resources and activities for all of James Foley’s books, as well as additional links to blog posts and tutorials.