Although you may not be able to visit all of the incredible attractions that Canberra has to offer at this time, your students don’t have to miss out on the fun and learning! Many institutions have online resources available to be used in the classroom to compliment your teaching. These resources include videos, games, worksheets, virtual tours and so much more! Check out the links to some of the valuable online resources below.

Australian War Memorial

Classroom resources from The Australian War Memorial. Featuring First World War teaching resources, travelling exhibitions kits, and publications.

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‘Questacon at Home’ — Fun science activities for kids brought to you by Questacon. From experiments designed for specific age ranges, guest speakers and videos. Your students will be inspired by science!

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Museum of Australian Democracy (MoAD)

To help support teachers to continue educating students about our democracy while learning more remotely, MoAD have developed a range of Australian curriculum aligned ‘classroom’ resources

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Australian Electoral Commission/NEEC

AEC have created wonderful teacher resources including professional learning workshops, classrooms activities and other useful information about the electoral system.

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CSIRO discovery

CSIRO Education & Outreach presents high-quality STEM education programs for Australian teachers, students and the community. Bringing STEM to life – they offer a range of online programs, designed to bring real science to life in our classrooms and communities.

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Royal Australian Mint

The Royal Australian Mint have developed curriculum related school resources for Teachers and some activities, puzzles and games for students.

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National Museum of Australia

Explore National Museum Australia’s school programs and classroom resources, all linked to the Australian Curriculum, and inspired by objects in our collection.

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National Gallery of Australia

View the Gallery’s extensive range of online and classroom resources support learning outcomes by encouraging creativity and critical thinking.

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High Court of Australia

Check out online information on the role, history and operation of the High Court as well as an activity booklet for primary school students.

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Australian National Botanic Gardens

Use these resources to teach your students about Australian plants.

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National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

Digital educational resources with teachers’ notes are available on australianscreen, as well as specialist resources on prime ministers, the First World War and the Cold War.

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