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Go Facts - Set 1 - Caring for Pets Go Facts - Set 1 - Caring for Plants Go Facts - Set 1 - Dogs and Cats
Go Facts - Set 1 - Caring for Pets
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Go Facts - Set 1 - Caring for Plants
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Go Facts - Set 1 - Dogs and Cats
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In the book Caring for Pets, the teaching focus is a procedure: a non-sequential guide to looking after pets.

What do pets need to live and grow?
In the book Caring for Plants, the teaching focus is a procedure: a non-sequential guide caring for plants.

How do you care for a plant?
In the book Dogs and Cats, the teaching focus is labeling, counting and comparing the features of dogs and cats.

How are dogs and cats the same? How are they different?
Go Facts - Set 1 - Flower Petals Go Facts - Set 1 - Keeping Healthy Go Facts - Set 1 - Me
Go Facts - Set 1 - Flower Petals
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Go Facts - Set 1 - Keeping Healthy
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Go Facts - Set 1 - Me
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In the book Flower Petals, the teaching focus is describing using colour and number.
How many petals on a flower?
In the book Keeping Healthy, the teaching focus is a Procedure: a non-sequential guide to healthy eating.

What do you need to stay healthy?
In the book Me, the teaching focus is a report: describing actions.

I can jump. I can count. What can you do?
Go Facts - Set 1 - My Face Go Facts - Set 1 - My Five Senses Go Facts - Set 1 - Pets
Go Facts - Set 1 - My Face
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Go Facts - Set 1 - My Five Senses
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Go Facts - Set 1 - Pets
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In the book My Face, the teaching focus is labeling and describing facial features

A face has eyes, a mouth and a nose. What do you look like?
In the book My Five Senses, students learn to sort and classify the five senses.
 
You use your senses every day. What are they?
Teaching focus: Report (The Animal World)

Big pets little pets. What animals can be pets?
Go Facts - Set 1 - Pets with Fur Go Facts - Set 1 - Plants Have Leaves Go Facts - Set 2 - City, Farm and Sea
Go Facts - Set 1 - Pets with Fur
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Go Facts - Set 1 - Plants Have Leaves
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Go Facts - Set 2 - City, Farm and Sea
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In the book Pets with Fur, the teaching focus is to sort and classify by naming pets that have fur and describing the fur.

Do all pets have fur?
In the book Plants have Leaves, the teaching focus is labeling and describing plant features.

Can you name the different parts of a plant?
In the book City, Farm and Sea, the teaching focus is an information report (Animals Around Us). Students learn that different animals live in different environments.

Some animals live by the sea. Others live on farms. What animals live near your home?
Go Facts - Set 2 - Drums and Shakers Go Facts - Set 2 - Families Help Each Other Go Facts - Set 2 - Let's Eat!
Go Facts - Set 2 - Drums and Shakers
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Go Facts - Set 2 - Let's Eat!
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In the book Drums and Shakers, the teaching focus is a procedure (Toys - Science & Technology).  Students learn how to make rhythm instruments such as shakers and hand clappers.

You can tap out a beat with a drum or a shaker
In the book Families Help Each Other, the teaching focus is an information report (Family - Society & Environment).  Students learn how to describe actions.

Families help each other every day. How do you help?
In the book Let's Eat!, the teaching focus is reports and labels (Family - Society & Environment).  Students learn to label and describe breakfast, lunch and dinner foods.

Let's eat! Let's eat breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Go Facts - Set 2 - Let's Pretend Go Facts - Set 2 - Make a Zoo Go Facts - Set 2 - My Family Tree
Go Facts - Set 2 - Let's Pretend
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Go Facts - Set 2 - Make a Zoo
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Go Facts - Set 2 - My Family Tree
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In the book Let's Pretend, the teaching focus is an information report (Toys - Science & Technology).  Students pretend: they build, they wonder and perform.

We can build. We can dress up. We can pretend.
In the book Make a Zoo, the teaching focus is a procedure (Animals Around Us).  Students learn how to make model animals out of a variety of materials.
Make your own zoo with lots of amazing animals.
In the book My Family Tree, the teaching focus is a procedure (Family - Society & Environment).  Students learn how to draw a family tree.

My Family Tree is growing!
Go Facts - Set 2 - My Toys Go Facts - Set 2 - Spiders Go Facts - Set 2 - Toys and Games
Go Facts - Set 2 - My Toys
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Go Facts - Set 2 - Spiders
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Go Facts - Set 2 - Toys and Games
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In the book My Toys, the teaching focus is a factual recount (Toys - Science & Technology).  Students learn to report toys played with at different ages.

What toys did you play with when you were little?
In the book Spiders, the teaching focus is report with labels (Animals around us). Students learn to write a simple, structured report on spiders.

What do you know about spiders?
In the book Toys and Games, the teaching focus is report with labels (Toys - Science & Technology).  Students learn to group toys according to attributes such as soft, float, have wheels.

Some toys roll on wheels. Others float on water. What toys do you like?
Go Facts - Set 3 - Farm Animals Go Facts - Set 3 - Farm Day Go Facts - Set 3 - Friends
Go Facts - Set 3 - Farm Animals
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Go Facts - Set 3 - Farm Day
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Go Facts - Set 3 - Friends
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Is there only one kind of wool? How about milk and eggs? You may be surprised. Last week when we visited a farm, we all had a great day. We talk to our friends. We play games together. What do you like to do with your friends?
Go Facts - Set 3 - Hot Places Go Facts - Set 3 - My School Go Facts - Set 3 - Our School Week
Go Facts - Set 3 - Hot Places
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Go Facts - Set 3 - My School
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Go Facts - Set 3 - Our School Week
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Some places are hot and wet and some are hot and dry. What lives in these places? There are lots of things to see and do at my school. Our class likes Fridays because we have art on Friday. What subjects do you like?
Go Facts - Set 3 - School Rules Go Facts - Set 3 - Seasons Go Facts - Set 3 - Stormy Weather
Go Facts - Set 3 - School Rules
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Go Facts - Set 3 - Seasons
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Go Facts - Set 3 - Stormy Weather
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Every school has rules. Why do they have them? There are four seasons in each year. Watch how an oak tree changes with each season. Last week we had a storm. The rain poured down, the wind blew and the lightning lit up the night sky.
Go Facts - Set 3 - Weather Watch Go Facts - Set 3 - What Do I Need? Go Facts - Set 4 - Doctor and Dentist
Go Facts - Set 3 - Weather Watch
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Go Facts - Set 3 - What Do I Need?
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Go Facts - Set 4 - Doctor and Dentist
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Can you describe the changes in weather? Farm animals need food and water. What food does each animal eat?
In the book Doctor and Dentist, the teaching focus is a factual recount. A girl recounts a visit to the doctor and a boy to the dentist. 
Last week Jane saw the doctor and Conner had a check-up at the dentist.
Go Facts - Set 4 - Find Your Way Go Facts - Set 4 - How Do Birds Fly? Go Facts - Set 4 - Life In Space
Go Facts - Set 4 - Find Your Way
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Go Facts - Set 4 - How Do Birds Fly?
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Go Facts - Set 4 - Life In Space
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In the book Find Your Way, the teaching focus is a procedure. It provides direction for school and a shopping centre using aerial cutaways.
To find your way you need to be able to follow directions.

In the book How Do Birds Fly?, the teaching focus is an explanation. It explains features of birds that help them fly. 

In the book Life in Space, the teaching focus is a procedure.  It shows how astronauts perform different activities in space.
Have you seen photos of astronauts in space? What could you see? 
Go Facts - Set 4 - Lift-off! Go Facts - Set 4 - Lions and Tigers Go Facts - Set 4 - Penguin Rescue
Go Facts - Set 4 - Lift-off!
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Go Facts - Set 4 - Lions and Tigers
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Go Facts - Set 4 - Penguin Rescue
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In the book Lift-Off!, the teaching focus is a factual recount.  It recounts a shuttle launch.
A space shuttle is like an aeroplane  It blasts off, however, like a rocket.  In fact is is attached to two rockets, which help it go into space. When the shuttle reachers a certain height the rockets fall away from the shutlle, and the shuttle continues into space. 
In the book Lions and Tigers, the teaching focus is an information report.  It compares and contrasts lions and tigers.
Some cats are pets but some cats are large and are not tame. Can you name any?
In the book Penguin Rescue, the teaching focus is a factual recount. It describes a rescue effort after an oil spill.
Wildlife rescue often occur after an oil spill at sea of other man-made pollutants have entered the natural environment.  The oils floats on top of the water and as oil and water don't mix, the oil coats anything that enters the water.  The oil from a tanker ship is black and much thicker than the oil in our kitchens. It's very dangerous for any animals that come in contact with it because they cannot get it off their fur or feathers.
Go Facts - Set 4 - People Who Help Us Go Facts - Set 4 - The Planets Go Facts - Set 4 - The Sun's Energy
Go Facts - Set 4 - People Who Help Us
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Go Facts - Set 4 - The Planets
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Go Facts - Set 4 - The Sun's Energy
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In the book People Who Help Us, the teaching focus is an information report.  It is a series of reports describing different occupations.
At home you get home from your parents but there are other situations where you need help from other members of the community. These people often have special skills.  When you need help there are poeple who will help you.
In the book The Planets, the teaching focus is an information report. Students learn to describe the nine planets in our solar system. 
We live on a planet called Earth which travels around the Sun. There are eight other planets that also travel around the Sun. Do you know the names of the other planets?
In the book The Sun's Energy, the teaching focus is an explanation.  Students learn to explain why the Sun is so important for life on Earth.
Did you know the Sun is actually a star? Stars, like our Sun, create heat and light. The heat and light travel to us on Earth.
Go Facts - Set 4 - Why Recycle? Go Facts - Animals - Insects Go Facts - Animals - Reptiles
Go Facts - Set 4 - Why Recycle?
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Go Facts - Animals - Insects
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Go Facts - Animals - Reptiles
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In the book Why Recycle?, the teaching focus is an explanation. An explanation is an answer to a how or why question.  It teaches students how recycling conserves resources. 
Why is it important to recycle?
 
In the book Insects, the teaching focus is on identifying main ideas and supporting detail.
Ants, bees and butterflies are all insects. What do these very different insects have in common? This book describes the different types of insects and explains how they live and grow.
In the book Reptiles, the teaching focus is on understanding the structure and features of an information report.
Snakes, lizards, turtles, alligators and crocodiles are all reptiles. What do they have in common? This book describes the different types of reptiles and explains how they live and grow.
Go Facts - Food - Cooking and Change Go Facts - Food - Farms Go Facts - Food - From Farms to You
Go Facts - Food - Cooking and Change
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Go Facts - Food - Farms
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Go Facts - Food - From Farms to You
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Many of the foods that we eat are cooked. Why do we cook foods? How does cooking change different foods? Some farms grow fruits, vegetables or grains. Other farmers raise livestock such as cows or chickens. Read to find out where most of our food comes from. 1865092312
Go Facts - Natural Environments - Forests Go Facts - Natural Environments - Grasslands Go Facts - Natural Environments - Mountains
Go Facts - Natural Environments - Forests
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Go Facts - Natural Environments opens the world’s environments to young readers. Go Facts - Natural Environments shows students the diversity of our natural world—the features and cycles, and the richness of plant and animal life. This set also explores how people interact with these environments, and at times, how environments can put them at risk. Word count 1200 – 1500 with reading age 7.5+ years.
Forests can be wet or dry, hot or freezing cold. One thing they all have is lots of trees! Discover the plants and animals of the huge Amazon rainforest, the forest plants that don't need soil, and how forests help us to treat cancer.


Go Facts - Natural Environments shows students the diversity of our natural world—the features and cycles, and the richness of plant and animal life.
Go Facts - Natural Environments shows students the diversity of our natural world—the features and cycles, and the richness of plant and animal life.
Go Facts - Oceans - Coral Reefs Go Facts - Oceans - Oceans Go Facts - Oceans - People and the Sea
Go Facts - Oceans - Coral Reefs
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Go Facts - Oceans - Oceans
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Go Facts - Oceans - People and the Sea
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Coral reefs grow in warm, clear, tropical seas and are home to many plants and animals. Explore how coral reefs form and what lives in these colourful communities under the sea. Vast areas of Earth are covered by oceans. Plunge under the waves to discover how oceans move and what lives in them. From sunny coastlines to dark ocean depths, oceans are a fascinating part of our world. Today, of all the places on Earth, the sea holds the most opportunities for discovery. Only 1% of the ocean floor has been explored! Find out more about how people work on, play at, and explore the sea.
Go Facts - Oceans - Sea Life Go Facts - Plants - Flowers Go Facts - Plants - Plants
Go Facts - Oceans - Sea Life
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Go Facts - Plants - Flowers
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Go Facts - Plants - Plants
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How do sea animals survive in their underwater world? Learn how these creatures move, what they eat, and where they hide from danger.
In the book Flowers, the teaching focus is on understanding the structure of an information report.
Flowers attract insects and birds with their colourful shapes. Flowers attract people too. Many plants have flowers but what are they for and why do plants grow them?
In the book Plants, the teaching focus is on summarising.
All around the world, people use plants for food, clothing and shelter. Find out what makes plants so important for all life on Earth.
Go Facts - Plants - Plants as Food Go Facts - Plants - Trees Go Facts - Seasons - Autumn
Go Facts - Plants - Plants as Food
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Go Facts - Plants - Trees
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Go Facts - Seasons - Autumn
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In the book Plants as Food, the teaching focus is on using a table of contents, index and glossary.
Leaves are like food factories, making food for the plant. Many plants then become food for people and animals. From fruit and nuts to seeds and leaves, plants make food to feed the world.
In the book Trees, the teaching focus is on reading tables.
Trees are the giants of the plant world, and forests cover large areas of the Earth. Find out how trees and forests grow and why they are important for all life on Earth.
In the book Autumn, the teaching focus is using photos and captions.
As Autumn cools down, what changes happen in your world? What foods are ripe in autumn? How do plants and animals change to get ready for cold weather?
Go Facts - Seasons - Spring Go Facts - Seasons - Summer Go Facts - Seasons - Winter
Go Facts - Seasons - Spring
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Go Facts - Seasons - Summer
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Go Facts - Seasons - Winter
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In the book Spring, the teaching focus is using a table of contents, glossary and index.
As spring grows warmer what changes can you see and feel? What happens to plants and trees? Are any animals born in spring? What special things can you do in spring?
In the book Summer, the teaching focus is comparing nonfiction and fiction.
As summer heats up what changes happen in your world? What happens in the natural world? Do plants and animals grow and change over the summer?
In the book Winter, the teaching focus is understanding the structure of nonfiction writing.
As winter gets colder, what changes happen in your world? Which plants survive to grow gain in spring? How do animals stay warm? What do people do in the coldest months of the year?
Go Facts - Transport - Boats Go Facts - Transport - On the Road Go Facts - Transport - Planes
Go Facts - Transport - Boats
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Go Facts - Transport - On the Road
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Go Facts - Transport - Planes
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In the book Boats, the teaching focus is locating the main idea.
There are many kinds of boats, from small canoes to sailing boats and large ships. How do we use them and where do they go?
In the book On the Road, the teaching focus is finding the main idea in paragraphs. 
Cars, bikes and trucks all use roads. Learn about different ways we use cars and trucks. Read about drivers who drive all night long! Cars, trucks, motorcycles and bicycles all share the road.
In the book Planes, the teaching focus is identifying similarities and differences.
People can fly alone in a small plane or with hundreds of people in a large jet plane. What different kinds of planes are there, and what do we use them for?
Go Facts - Transport - Trains Go Facts - The Arts - Visual Arts Go Facts - The Arts - Drama
Go Facts - Transport - Trains
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Go Facts - The Arts - Visual Arts
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Go Facts - The Arts - Drama
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In the book Trains, the teaching focus is features of nonfiction. 

People have used trains for hundreds of years. How were the first trains different and how do we use them today?

Today, most trains have diesel or electric engines.  The new engines are quieter and cleaner than coal-powered steam engines.  Diesel trains are often used in country areas.  Many electric trains run in cities.  Some electric trains can travel very fast. They are called high-speed trains. The bullet trains in Japan can travel three times faster than a car.
Facts: The Arts helps students to analyse and respond to various forms of artistic expression.
Facts: The Arts helps students to analyse and respond to various forms of artistic expression.
Go Facts - The Arts - Music and Dance Go Facts - The Arts - Media Go Facts - Physical Science - Energy
Go Facts - The Arts - Music and Dance
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Go Facts - The Arts - Media
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Go Facts - Physical Science - Energy
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Facts: The Arts helps students to analyse and respond to various forms of artistic expression.
Facts: The Arts helps students to analyse and respond to various forms of artistic expression.
There are abundant links to all parts of the science curriculum in Go Facts - Physical Science, as students delve into the science that underpins everything around them.
Go Facts - Physical Science - Forces Go Facts - Physical Science - Materials Go Facts - Physical Science - Simple Machines
Go Facts - Physical Science - Forces
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Go Facts - Physical Science - Materials
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There are abundant links to all parts of the science curriculum in Go Facts - Physical Science, as students delve into the science that underpins everything around them.
There are abundant links to all parts of the science curriculum in Go Facts - Physical Science, as students delve into the science that underpins everything around them.
There are abundant links to all parts of the science curriculum in Go Facts - Physical Science, as students delve into the science that underpins everything around them.
Go Facts - Mammals - Big Cats - Reader Go Facts - Mammals - Marsupials - Reader Go Facts - Mammals - Marine Mammals - Reader
Go Facts - Mammals - Big Cats
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Go Facts - Mammals - Marsupials
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Go Facts - Mammals - Marine Mammals
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Meet the world's biggest and deadliest cats, from tigers in India to lions in Africa. Find out where they live, how they hunt and how we need to protect them from disappearing forever. What do koalas, possums, Tasmanian devils and kangaroos have in common? How are they different from other mammals? Find out about the smallest, largest and fiercest marsupials that ever walked the Earth. What makes dolphins, otters and killer whales different from other sea creatures? Find out where marine mammals live, how they hunt and what makes them perfectly suited to living in water.
Go Facts - Mammals - Extreme Mammals - Reader Go Facts - Polar Regions - Polar Animals - Reader Go Facts - Polar Regions - The Arctic - Reader
Go Facts - Mammals - Extreme Mammals
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Go Facts - Polar Regions - Polar Animals
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Go Facts - Polar Regions - The Arctic
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What makes dolphins, otters and killer whales different from other sea creatures? Find out where marine mammals live, how they hunt and what makes them perfectly suited to living in water. How can animals survive in freezing temperatures? Find out how bears, whales, penguins and foxes live in the Arctic and Antarctica. The Arctic is the icy region that surrounds the North Pole. Find out all about the Arctic — from who lives there to what we need to do to protect Arctic ice from melting away.
Go Facts - Polar Regions - Polar Explorers - Reader Go Facts - Polar Regions - Antarctica - Reader Go Facts - Built Environments - Engineering Feats - Reader
Go Facts - Polar Regions - Antarctica
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Explorers have been excited by the icy regions of the Arctic and Antarctic for a long time.

Read about the amazing adventures of the first polar explorers, as well as what scientists are discovering in the polar regions today.
Antarctica is a harsh land of blizzards and freezing temperatures, but it is full of life. Why do scientists work there? Why do tourists visit? Find out why the coldest and windiest continent on Earth is also one of the most exciting!
Engineers have held back rivers with dams, connected oceans with canals, and supplied cities with electricity and clean water.
Discover the greatest engineering achievements in the world — and what may be the next ones.

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Go Facts
sets deliver the clear, exciting and easy-to-read nonfiction your students need. As they move up through the reading levels, your students are guided from their own experiences to the wider world around them. Each Go Facts title is a model of coherent, integrated topic development, with concepts and ideas supported by fact boxes, photographs and illustrations.

Go Facts introduces the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing, presenting models that are explored via activities in the Teaching Guides.
Go Facts - Built Environments - Architecture - Reader Go Facts - Built Environments - Homes - Reader Go Facts - Built Environments - Local Design - Reader
Go Facts - Built Environments - Homes
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A building can attract millions of people. A building can make people angry. A building can change the way you live. Discover what architecture — the art and science of designing buildings — does for people.

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Go Facts
sets deliver the clear, exciting and easy-to-read nonfiction your students need. As they move up through the reading levels, your students are guided from their own experiences to the wider world around them. Each Go Facts title is a model of coherent, integrated topic development, with concepts and ideas supported by fact boxes, photographs and illustrations.

Go Facts introduces the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing, presenting models that are explored via activities in the Teaching Guides.
Homes are where people live. They come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and materials. Some even come with wheels!

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Go Facts
sets deliver the clear, exciting and easy-to-read nonfiction your students need. As they move up through the reading levels, your students are guided from their own experiences to the wider world around them. Each Go Facts title is a model of coherent, integrated topic development, with concepts and ideas supported by fact boxes, photographs and illustrations.

Go Facts introduces the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing, presenting models that are explored via activities in the Teaching Guides.
Local design is architecture without an architect. From humpies to barns and dugouts to gers, discover how people around the world build from local materials to meet their needs.

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Go Facts
sets deliver the clear, exciting and easy-to-read nonfiction your students need. As they move up through the reading levels, your students are guided from their own experiences to the wider world around them. Each Go Facts title is a model of coherent, integrated topic development, with concepts and ideas supported by fact boxes, photographs and illustrations.

Go Facts introduces the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing, presenting models that are explored via activities in the Teaching Guides.
Go Facts - Changing Times - How We Live Go Facts - Changing Times - Clothes Go Facts - Changing Times - Transport
Go Facts - Changing Times - How We Live
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Go Facts - Changing Times - Clothes
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Go Facts - Changing Times - Transport
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Go Facts: Changing Times takes readers on a walk through history, showing how our homes, clothes, tools and transport have changed through time. Go Facts: Changing Times takes readers on a walk through history, showing how our homes, clothes, tools and transport have changed through time. Find out how transport has changed throughout time—from the horse and carriage to solar-powered cars
Go Facts - Changing Times - Tools Go Facts - How is it Made - TV Shows Go Facts - How is it Made - Fuel
Go Facts - Changing Times - Tools
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Go Facts - How is it Made - TV Shows
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Go Facts - How is it Made - Fuel
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Tools make work easier to do. Discover the different types of tools through history—from basic hammers to modern-day computers. Watching television is a popular activity worldwide. Read about how a television show goes from an idea to your television screen. Watching television is a popular activity worldwide. Read about how a television show goes from an idea to your television screen.
Go Facts - How is it Made - Clean Water Go Facts - How is it Made - Bread Go Facts - Habitats - Hot
Go Facts - How is it Made - Clean Water
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Go Facts - How is it Made - Bread
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Go Facts - Habitats - Hot
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We use water every day—from washing our clothes to taking a bath. Find out how water goes from being rain water to clean, drinking water.
Bread comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Find out how bread goes from the farm to our mouths.SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial"> Many animals live in hot places. How do they stay cool? Why do animals pant? How do big ears, long legs, and feathers keep animals cool?
Go Facts - Habitats - Dry Go Facts - Habitats - Wet Go Facts - Habitats - Cold
Go Facts - Habitats - Dry
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Go Facts - Habitats - Wet
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Go Facts - Habitats - Cold
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Water is hard to find in dry habitats. How do plants and animals store water? Which animals and plants find water in special ways? How have animals and plants adapted to live in wet habitats? How do animals find shelter and hunt for food in water? Why do we need to protect wetlands? Cold habitats can have freezing temperatures. How have animals learnt to stay warm? Why do some animals hibernate and migrate? Which animals have special fur and skin to stay warm?
Go Facts - Environmental Issues - Conservation Go Facts - Environmental Issues - Recycling Go Facts - Environmental Issues - Water
Go Facts - Environmental Issues - Water
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Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
In the book Conservation, find out how much of the Earth's tropical rainforest is being destroyed every minute.  The equivalent of five soccer fields? 10? 20? 40? The Earth is rich with natural resources - forests, water, soil, animals, oil - but we are rapidly using them up. Discover the challenges of protecting and sustaining a healthy environment - including what you can do to help!
Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
The book Water is about the amount of water on our planet never changes - but we can only use a tiny fraction of it to grow food, wash and drink.  Find out about water's many uses, how it moves around the environment, and why we must conserve it.
Go Facts - Natural Disasters - Earthquake Go Facts - Natural Disasters - Volcano Go Facts - Natural Disasters - Wild Weather
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Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Volcanoes are like giant pimples on the face of the Earth. They can be spectacular, but are extremely dangerous.  Discover how volcanoes are formed, the different types, and how they can benefit and endanger human lives.
Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Go Facts - Space - Exploring Space Go Facts - Space - Our Future in Space Go Facts - Space - The Solar System
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Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Space exploration has a fascinating history and will continue into the future, with many nations now involved in the International Space Station and the exploration of Mars.
Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
In the book Our Future in Space, the teaching focus is on turning categories and keywords into paragraphs.
Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
The solar system include the Sun, the nine planets and their 158 presently known moons.  It also includes asteroids, meteroids, comets and interplanetary dust.  Come on a journey and travel through our solar system. Visit all nine planets, and discover if NEOs are a threat to Earth.
Go Facts - Space - The Universe Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Body Systems Go Facts - Science - Physics
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Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
The Universe is so huge that it's impossible for us to imagine its size. It would take 18 years to fly from the Earth to the Sun, yet this is only a tiny distance in the Universe. Find out how scientists measure the vastness of the Universe, how black holes form, and discover the different constellations on the star maps.

The Go Facts Upper – Healthy Bodies set delves into the wonder of the human body, and the challenges of eating well and staying fit and safe.

The four titles in the Go Facts Upper Science set explore all aspects of science, such as gravity, chemical reactions, photosynthesis and plate tectonics.
Go Facts - Science - Geology Go Facts - Science - Chemistry Go Facts - Science - Biology
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The four titles in the Go Facts Upper Science set explore all aspects of science, such as gravity, chemical reactions, photosynthesis and plate tectonics. The four titles in the Go Facts Upper Science set explore all aspects of science, such as gravity, chemical reactions, photosynthesis and plate tectonics. The four titles in the Go Facts Upper Science set explore all aspects of science, such as gravity, chemical reactions, photosynthesis and plate tectonics.
Go Facts - Global Community - Government Go Facts - Global Community - Trade Go Facts - Global Community - Communication
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The Go Facts Upper – Global Community set explores the global nature of our world today — worldwide trade, communication, government and the global bodies that work internationally. The Go Facts Upper – Global Community set explores the global nature of our world today — worldwide trade, communication, government and the global bodies that work internationally. The Go Facts Upper – Global Community set explores the global nature of our world today — worldwide trade, communication, government and the global bodies that work internationally.
Go Facts - Global Community - Global Bodies Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Fitness Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Health
Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Fitness
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The Go Facts Upper – Global Community set explores the global nature of our world today — worldwide trade, communication, government and the global bodies that work internationally.

The Go Facts Upper – Healthy Bodies set delves into the wonder of the human body, and the challenges of eating well and staying fit and safe.

The Go Facts Upper – Healthy Bodies set delves into the wonder of the human body, and the challenges of eating well and staying fit and safe.

Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Staying Safe Go Facts - Wonders - Ancient Wonders Go Facts - Wonders - Modern Wonders
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The Go Facts Upper – Healthy Bodies set delves into the wonder of the human body, and the challenges of eating well and staying fit and safe.

Go Facts - Ancient Wonders are marvels of the ancient world. These splendid structures embody some of the most beautiful and intriguing aspects of ancient cultures around the world. Go Facts - Modern Wonders are special because of their size, beauty or historical and cultural worth. They are buildings and monuments that inspire and intrigue, protect and commemorate. Some contain the most intricate artwork that has ever been produced.
Go Facts - Wonders - Natural Wonders Go Facts - Wonders - Technological Wonders Go Facts - Natural Resources - Oil and Coal
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Go Facts - Natural Wonders include some of the highest, deepest, longest, largest and most fragile places on Earth. They range from huge canyons and vast mountain ranges, to the extraordinary polar lights. Natural wonders of the world need to be protected now and in the future. Go Facts - Technological Wonders are inventions that have transformed the way we live. They range from land, air and space travel, to improving health and sharing electronic information. Throughout the centuries, people have worked to develop the most amazing inventions in the world! Go Facts - Oil and Coal
Discover how we use them and the impact they have on our lives and our environment.
Go Facts - Natural Resources - Gold Go Facts - Natural Resources - Timber Go Facts - Natural Resources - Renewable Resources
Go Facts - Natural Resources - Gold
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Gold is one of the most valuable metals in the world. People have used it for thousands of years as currency and decoration, and more recently in science and technology. For thousands of years, humans have used timber for everything from fuel, to paper, to musical instruments. Renewable resources can be replaced as fast as we use them. They include sunshine, wind, flowing water, organic materials and geothermal energy.
Go Facts - Climate - Weather Go Facts - Climate - Climate Change Go Facts - Climate - Forecasting
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Find out how weather happens, how we measure it and even how the weather in space can affect you. What is climate change? What is the greenhouse effect? Find out the answers to these questions and more as you learn about global warming and how we can fight it. Discover how weather instruments, satellites and the fastest computers in the world help us to observe, track and predict the weather more accurately than ever before.
Go Facts - Climate - Climate Zones Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Bennelong: A Life Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - First Contacts
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Learn about deserts, rainforests and mountains, and how people survive in the harshest climate zones around the world. Australia Past and Present - Bennelong: A Life is an engaging biography of the Gadigal Man who befriended the NSW Governor and sailed to England.
First Contacts describes the earliest contacts between Aboriginal people and Europeans.
Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Sydney Cove: Through Time Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Special Days Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Explorers
Australia Past and Present - Sydney Cove: Through Time is a fascinating exploration of the "history of place" and how it changes through time.
Special Days examines the cultural and religious festivals observed by modern Australians.
Explorers follows the earliest voyages by European explorers to and around Australia.

Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Symbols and Celebrations Go Facts - Geography - Maps Go Facts - Geography - The World
Symbols and Celebrations reviews the major days observed in Australia, such as Anzac Day, and our national symbols, such as the anthem and flag.

From driving to hiking to sailing the seas, we are lost without maps. Learn about types of maps and how people make them and use them. Maps explores different type of maps, how they are made and the concepts of direction and the compass points.

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Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Lower set asks students: How do people use maps? How can we describe Earth? Why do we behave differently in some spaces compared to others? What are the seasons like in different parts of Australia?
The world has seven billion people living in almost 200 countries. Learn about the planet we call home. The World introduces the basic geography of the globe, such as continents, hemispheres and countries.

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Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Lower set asks students: How do people use maps? How can we describe Earth? Why do we behave differently in some spaces compared to others? What are the seasons like in different parts of Australia?
Go Facts - Geography - Places and Spaces Go Facts - Geography - Land, Air and Water Go Facts - Geography - Australia
We use places and spaces every day. Learn about how we name them, behave in them, change them and look after them. Places and Spaces explains the concept of place - how they have different features, how people name them, use them and connect with them.

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Lower set asks students: How do people use maps? How can we describe Earth? Why do we behave differently in some spaces compared to others? What are the seasons like in different parts of Australia?
We are surrounded by land, air and water. Discover how weather and the seasons change, and how people care for the animals and plants in their environment. Land, Air and Water is about weather, seasons. and how people work with and care for the land.

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Lower set asks students: How do people use maps? How can we describe Earth? Why do we behave differently in some spaces compared to others? What are the seasons like in different parts of Australia?
Driest, flattest, lowest - Australia is a land of extremes. From the top of Mount Kosciuszko to the bottom of Lake Eyre, discover the varied landscapes, climates and peoples of the Great Southern Land. Australia is all about our country - its people, political geography and physical geography

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Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Middle set asks students: How do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people relate to the land? What is sustainability and why is it important? Where were Australians born and where do they live? Why are plants important in our ecosystems?
Go Facts - Geography - Ecosystems Go Facts - Geography - People and the Land Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Our Resources
An ecosystem is a community of living things and the non-living things they need to survive. Learn about the variety of ecosystems in Australia, Africa and South America and some of the species that live in them. Ecosystems is an overview of ecosystem types with profiles of plant and animal species on all three continents.

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Middle set asks students: How do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people relate to the land? What is sustainability and why is it important? Where were Australians born and where do they live? Why are plants important in our ecosystems?
Land means different things to different people, but it is everyone's source of food and air we breathe. Explore how people are learning to work with the land - rather than against it - and protect it for future generations.

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Middle set asks students: How do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people relate to the land? What is sustainability and why is it important? Where were Australians born and where do they live? Why are plants important in our ecosystems?
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light.
Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Everyday Materials Go Facts - Science - Sky and Seasons Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Daily Science
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light.
Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Life Cycles Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Classification Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Symbiosis
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light.
Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Science + You Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - Bradman: A Life Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - Local Places
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. Discover all about Don Bradman, the greatest cricket player of all time and an Australian hero. Local places and buildings reveal a lot about our past. Explore the history of special places all around Australia.
Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - Aboriginal Sites Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - Transport in Australia Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - Symbols of Australia
Australian Aboriginal peoples have always left their marks upon the land. Discover some of their most interesting and previous sites. Transport changes over time. How we travel is very different from how earlier Australians did. From kangaroos to Vegemite to mighty Uluru, Australia has many symbols. Discover why Australians have chosen certain animals, objects, buildings and places to represent themselves and their nation.
Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - World Celebrations Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Design for People Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Computers
Everyone loves a holiday! Discover why and how people celebrate special days around the world.
Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Think Like a Computer Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Living Digital Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Design for Disaster
Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Information Systems Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Computer Science Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Future Tech
Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Migration Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Colonies Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Great Australians
Migration outlines Australia's long history of human migration, from pre-European arrivals to today's refugees of international conflict.

Colonies explains the rationale for each Australian colony and how it grew.

Great Australians describes 11 Australians who have left an obvious, positive mark on their country through politics, sport, arts and science,

Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Federation Go Facts - Geography - Asia Go Facts - Geography - First Peoples
Federation follows the dramatic movement that garnered the people's support for nationhood.

Asia - it's the largest continent on Earth and has more people than all the other continents put together. Discover the diversity of the peoples and environments of Australia's northern neighbours and why our times have been dubbed the "Asian Century".

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Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Upper set asks students: How do Australians engage with Asia? Who was Eddie Mabo and what did he achieve? How has Australia been affected by fires and floods? How did Australia respond to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370?
The world's indigenous peoples number almost 400 million. They preserve and enjoy rich cultures, despite being among the most disadvantaged and vulnerable people in the world.

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Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Upper set asks students: How do Australians engage with Asia? Who was Eddie Mabo and what did he achieve? How has Australia been affected by fires and floods? How did Australia respond to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370?
Go Facts - Geography - Reshaping Environments Go Facts - Geography - World Events Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Electricity
From ancient fire-stick farming to modern gas mining, people have always reshaped natural environments. How do we decide what development our environments can handle and still recover from? And what happens when it all goes wrong?

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Upper set asks students: How do Australians engage with Asia? Who was Eddie Mabo and what did he achieve? How has Australia been affected by fires and floods? How did Australia respond to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370?
We live in a connected world. Significant global events - from world sports events to natural disasters - are beamed around the world within seconds. They reach beyond their local impact to affect us all.

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Upper set asks students: How do Australians engage with Asia? Who was Eddie Mabo and what did he achieve? How has Australia been affected by fires and floods? How did Australia respond to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370?
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light.
Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Light Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Adaptation Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Research
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light.
Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - Australia at War Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Design for the Future Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Digital Technology
Australia's have a long and proud record of military service around the world. Read about their experience of war and how conflict has shaped Australian society.
Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Coding Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Robotics Go Facts - Set 1 - Teaching Guide
Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Coding
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Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

Go Facts Readers integrate science and society and environment with reading and writing. The books are ideal for use in the literacy program, or during a thematic unit about one of the topics in the series. The Teaching Guide has teaching notes for each of the twelve titles and one BLM for each title. The teaching notes for each title include the Teaching focus, a section on introducing the text, notes for reading and discussing the text and a Linking to Writing section. There is also an assessment checklist and student award.
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Go Facts - Set 3 - Teaching Guide
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Go Facts - Set 4 - Teaching Guide
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Go Facts Readers integrate science and society and environment with reading and writing. The books are ideal for use in the literacy program, or during a thematic unit about one of the topics in the series. The Teaching Guide has teaching notes for each of the twelve titles and one BLM for each title. The teaching notes for each title include the Teaching focus, a section on introducing the text, notes for reading and discussing the text and a Linking to Writing section. There is also an assessment checklist and student award. 1865093041
Go Facts Readers introduce nonfiction features using a structured approach.  They contain simple, accurate and easy-to-read examples of nonfiction, with each book concentrating on a specific factual structure or skill.  At this early level, students are encouraged to develop strategies such as classifying, labelling and finding connections - all essential skills for understanding nonfiction. The text in each book then provides a model for student writing through activities provided in the Linking to Writing lessons. The Go Facts series has been developed to foster this reading and writing link. 
 
Go Facts - Animals - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Food - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Oceans - Teaching Guide
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Go Facts - Oceans - Teaching Guide
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This Teaching Guide contains teaching notes on reading nonfiction and writing nonfiction for each title in Go Facts: Animals. The lessons are structured in a way so you can implement the teaching of reading and writing information reports systematically.
There are two blackline masters for each book, as well as six others which can be used for all the books. The teaching plan is flexible, allowing numerous possibilities for practice of each step of the writing process. Throughout, there is strong teacher support including detailed notes showing how to actively model strategies in each step of the writing process.
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This Teaching Guide contains teaching notes on reading nonfiction and writing nonfiction for each title in Go Facts: Oceans. The lessons are structured in a way so you can implement the teaching of reading and writing information reports systematically.
There are two blackline masters for each book, as well as six others which can be used for all the books. The teaching plan is flexible, allowing numerous possibilities for practice of each step of the writing process. Throughout, there is strong teacher support including detailed notes showing how to actively model strategies in each step of the writing process.
Go Facts - Plants - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Seasons - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Transport - Teaching Guide
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This Teaching Guide contains teaching notes on reading nonfiction and writing nonfiction for each title in Go Facts: Plants. The lessons are structured in a way so you can implement the teaching of reading and writing information reports systematically. There are two blackline masters for each book, as well as six others which can be used for all the books.
The teaching plan is flexible, allowing numerous possibilities for practice of each step of the writing process. Throughout, there is strong teacher support including detailed notes showing how to actively model strategies in each step of the writing process.
Go Facts integrates science with reading and writing. This series is ideal for use in the literacy program, or during a science thematic unit about one of the topics in the series (see below). This Teaching Guide includes teaching notes and activities on Reading Nonfiction and Writing Nonfiction for each title in the series. This book contains:

- 2 blackline master student work sheets per topic
- 7 blackline master Writing Process Minilessons
- A student assessment blackline master
- An overview for teaching the stages in the writing process.
Go Facts integrates science with reading and writing. This series is ideal for use in the literacy program, or during a science thematic unit about one of the topics in the series (see below). This Teaching Guide includes teaching notes and activities on Reading Nonfiction and Writing Nonfiction for each title in the series. This book contains:

- 2 blackline master student work sheets per topic
- 7 blackline master Writing Process Minilessons
- A student assessment blackline master
- An overview for teaching the stages in the writing process.
Go Facts - Natural Environments - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Physical Science - Teaching Guide Go Facts - The Arts - Teaching Guide
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Go Facts: Natural Environments shows students the diversity of our natural world—the features and cycles, and the richness of plant and animal life.
There are abundant links to all parts of the science curriculum in Go Facts: Physical Science, as students delve into the science that underpins everything around them.
Facts: The Arts helps students to analyse and respond to various forms of artistic expression.
Go Facts Environmental Issues Go Facts - Natural Disasters - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Space - Teaching Guide
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Each set of four Go Facts books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.

Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Each set of four Go Facts books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.

Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Each set of four Go Facts Upper Primary books with its Teaching Guide provides an essential resource for extending students’ reading and writing across the curriculum. Each set contains written examples of all the nonfiction text types complemented by a wide variety of information presented visually.
Teachers can use them to study well-written, accurate examples of each text type as part of a unit of study. Other writing features such as compare and contrast, problem and solution and cause and effect are included to show students how they can improve their informational writing and thinking by incorporating these structures into their own writing. The Teaching Guides include lessons on all of these structures and features.
Go Facts - Science - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Global Community - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Teaching Guide
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The four titles in the Go Facts Upper Science set explore all aspects of science, such as gravity, chemical reactions, photosynthesis and plate tectonics. The Go Facts Upper – Global Community set explores the global nature of our world today — worldwide trade, communication, government and the global bodies that work internationally.

The Go Facts Upper – Healthy Bodies set delves into the wonder of the human body, and the challenges of eating well and staying fit and safe.

Go Facts - Habitats - Teaching Guide Go Facts - How is it Made? - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Changing Times - Teaching Guide
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A comprehensive Teaching Guide to complement the Lower Primary Go Facts Habitats set. A comprehensive Teaching Guide to complement the Lower Primary Go Facts: How is it Made? set. Go Facts: Changing Times takes readers on a walk through history, showing how our homes, clothes, tools and transport have changed through time.
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Meet the world's biggest and deadliest cats, from tigers to India to lions in Africa. Go Facts: Built Environments opens up the realm of constructed environments to young readers. Go Facts: Polar Regions takes readers on a journey into the icy regions of Antarctica and the Arctic.
Go Facts - Wonders - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Natural Resources - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Climate - Teaching Guide
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The teaching guide includes teaching notes and student work sheets on reading and writing nonfiction for each title in Go Facts - Wonders. The teaching guide includes teaching notes and student work sheets on reading and writing nonfiction for each title in Go Facts Natural Resources. The teaching guide includes teaching notes and student work sheets on reading and writing nonfiction for each title in Go Facts - Climate.
Downloadable PDF: Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Food - Readers Set Go Facts - Geography - Teaching Guide - Lower, Middle & Upper Primary
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Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum. By purchasing the complete set of GF Digital Technologies, you will receive a free copy of the Teaching Guide in Downloadable PDF Format.


Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

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Lower Primary

Maps explores the different types of maps, how they are made, and the concepts of direction and the compass points. The World introduces the basic geography of the globe, such as continents, hemispheres and countries. Places and Spaces explains the concept of place - how they have different features, how people name them, use them and connect with them. Land, Air and Water is about weather, seasons, and how people work with and care for the land.

Middle Primary

Australia is all about our country - its people, political geography and physical geography. Ecosystems is an overview of ecosystem types in Australia, South America and Africa, with profiles of plant and animal species on all three continents. People and the Land explores people's connections to the land and how we can work with it, not against it. Sustainability explains the concept of resource sustainability and how to reuse, recycle and reduce use of materials.

Upper Primary

Asia
explores the diversity of our northern neighbours, with a focus on comparing the demographic profiles of Asia and Australia. First Peoples is an overview of the world's indigenous people groups and the issues they face. Reshaping Environments describes how people manage and change environments, sometimes disastrously - and how environments affect people. World Events describes how significant events connect Australians with other people on the planet.

About the series:

The Lower set asks students: How do people use maps? How can we describe Earth? Why do we behave differently in some spaces compared to others? What are the seasons like in different parts of Australia?

The Middle set asks students: How do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people relate to the land? What is sustainability and why is it important? Where were Australians born and where do they live? Why are plants important in our ecosystems?

The Upper set asks students: How do Australians engage with Asia? Who was Eddie Mabo and what did he achieve? How has Australia been affected by fires and floods? How did Australia respond to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370?
Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Teaching Guide for Lower, Middle & Upper Primary Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Se 2 - Teaching Guide Go Facts - Seasons  Complete Set : 4 books
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The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Lower set introduces students to basic science concepts, such as our resources, everyday materials, sky and seasons and daily science. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light. Go Facts: Australia integrates reading and writing with the study
of Australian history. The books are ideal for use as part of a
literacy program or teaching of the Australian Curriculum: History.
The books in Go Facts Seasons make information accessible in content, layout, language and writing style. This allows the reader to participate actively and concentrate on the learning opportunities offered by the text. It also allows young readers to internalise the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing for their own use.
The large photographs can be used to bring out readers' background knowledge and interests. The nonfiction elements that are modelled in this Go Facts set include Information reports, Captions and Labels, Visual literacy and Paragraphs.
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Go Facts: How is it Made? looks at the processes used to create products which we use every day. The books explore the processes used to create bread, fuel, clean water and TV shows. The set introduces readers to various nonfiction text types, including explanations and procedures, and also features photographs, illustrated diagrams, flow charts, indexes and glossaries.

Word count 300–350 with reading age 6.5+.
The books in Go Facts Transport make information accessible in content, layout, language and writing style. This allows the reader to participate actively and concentrate on the learning opportunities offered by the text. It also allows young readers to internalise the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing for their own use.

Go Facts integrates science with reading and writing. The books are ideal for use in the literacy program, or during a science thematic unit about one of the topics in the series. The large photographs can be used to bring out readers' background knowledge and interests. The nonfiction elements that are modelled in this Go Facts set include Information reports, Captions and Labels, Visual literacy and Paragraphs.
Reading Age: 6.5+ yrs Reading Level: 15-17 Word Count: 300-350
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Go Facts - Changing Times - Reader Set Go Facts - Mammals - Reader Set Go Facts - The Arts - Readers Set
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Meet the world's biggest and deadliest cats, from tigers in India to lions in Africa. Find out where they live, how they hunt and how we need to protect them from disappearing forever.

About Go Facts

Go Facts
sets deliver the clear, exciting and easy-to-read nonfiction your students need. As they move up through the reading levels, your students are guided from their own experiences to the wider world around them. Each Go Facts title is a model of coherent, integrated topic development, with concepts and ideas supported by fact boxes, photographs and illustrations.

Go Facts introduces the structures and conventions of nonfiction writing, presenting models that are explored via activities in the Teaching Guides.

Go Facts - The Arts is the ideal partner for your practical arts program. To complement the practical component of the arts curriculum, Go Facts - The Arts helps students to analyse and respond to various forms of artistic expression. The set also looks at the many concepts and skills that artists bring to the creative process. Word count 900 – 1000 with reading age 7+ years.

Go Facts - Built Environments - Reader Set Go Facts - Polar Regions - Readers Set Go Facts - Plant Set
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Go Facts: Built Environments opens up the realm of constructed environments to young readers.

Go Facts: Built Environments
shows students the impact people have had on the world around them — through architecture, design, and engineering. This set also explores how people seek to control and interact with their environment, build homes, and use science and design to create amazing structures.

Word count 1200 with reading age 7.5+.
Reading Age: 8+ yrs Reading Level: 28-32 Word Count: 1400-1800 The Go Facts Plants set contains well-written, accurate and easy-to-read examples of the nonfiction text types - information report, explanation, procedure and description. Other nonfiction features include life cycles, labeled diagrams, experiments, a variety of tables, captions, labels and flowcharts.

Books in the Set: 4 Reading Age: 7.5+ yrs Word Count: 1200-1500
Go Facts - Oceans Set Go Facts - Physical Science Set Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Readers Set
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The Go Facts Oceans set contains well-written, accurate and easy-to-read examples of the nonfiction text types - information report, explanation, procedure and description. Other nonfiction features include life cycles, labeled diagrams, experiments, a variety of tables, captions, labels and flow charts.

Books in the set: 4 Reading age: 8+ yrs Word count: 1400–1800
Go Facts – Physical Science integrates physical science, reading and writing. The books are ideal for use as part of a literacy program, or during a unit about one of the four topics in the set:Simple Machines, Forces, Energy and Materials.

Within each book there are an abundance of links to all parts of the science curriculum. Watch as your students delve into the science that underpins everything around them!

Word count 1400 – 1800 with reading age 8+ years.
The Go Facts Upper – Healthy Bodies set contains four up-to-date nonfiction titles that delve into the wonder of the human body, and the challenges of eating well and staying fit and safe. Topics include mental health, measuring fitness, fast food, recreational drugs, making safe decisions, how the heart works, and many more.
The series models information reports and includes discussion, procedure, exposition and explanation text types. Each title includes great photographs — many that show inside the human body — and diagrams, graphs and tables to aid visual literacy. Each book also includes a glossary and index.

Word count 2000–2400, with reading age 8.5+
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This Go Facts - Science set contains a four up-to-date, large format nonfiction titles that explore all aspects of science, such as gravity, chemical reactions, photosynthesis and plate tectonics.

The series has clear examples of all nonfiction text types, including discussion, explanation, recount and procedure. The books use fantastic photographs, diagrams, tables, glossary and index.

Word count 2800-3200 with reading age 10.5+ years.
Go Facts - Wonders Set Go Facts - Natural Resources Set Go Facts - Climate Set
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Reading Age: 8.5+ yrs Word Count: 2000-2400
What is global warming? What is carbon trading? How can we predict the weather? Containing the core science of the water cycle and weather phenomena, Go Facts Climate forms part of the basic science learning for upper primary students.

Go Facts Climate integrates the study of human societies and their environments with reading and writing. The books are ideal for use as part of a literacy program, or during a unit about one of the four topics in the set: Weather, Climate Change, Forecasting and Climate Zones.
Go Facts – Australia Past and Present Set Go Facts - Geography - Lower Primary Set Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Middle Primary Set
The Go Facts – Australian History Past and Present Set comprises all four titles in this fantastic set.

Sydney Cove: Through Time is a fascinating exploration of the “history of place” and how it changes through time. Bennelong: A Life is an engaging biography of the Gadigal Man who befriended the NSW Governor and sailed to England. First Contacts describes the earliest contacts between Aboriginal people and Europeans. Special Days examines the cultural and religious festival observed by modern Australians.

About the series:
Written for the new Australian History Curriculum, the Past and Present series asks students: What aspects of the past can you see today? How had your community changed? How did Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people first encounter early traders, explorers and settlers?

Maps explores the different types of maps, how they are made, and the concepts of direction and the compass points. The World introduces the basic geography of the globe, such as continents, hemispheres and countries. Places and Spaces explains the concept of place - how they have different features, how people name them, use them and connect with them. Land, Air and Water is about weather, seasons, and how people work with and care for the land.

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Lower set asks students: How do people use maps? How can we describe Earth? Why do we behave differently in some spaces compared to others? What are the seasons like in different parts of Australia?
About the series:
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Middle set provides an overview of life cycles, classification, symbiosis and how we interact with science.
Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 2 - Lower Set Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Upper Set Go Facts - Geography - Upper Primary Set
The Go Facts – Australian History Past and Present Set comprises of all four titles which form this fantastic set. The Go Facts – Australian History Building a Nation Set comprises of all four titles which form this fantastic set.
Asia explores the diversity of our northern neighbours, with a focus on comparing the demographic profiles of Asia and Australia. First Peoples is an overview of the world's indigenous people groups and the issues they face. Reshaping Environments describes how people manage and change environments, sometimes disastrously - and how environments affect people. World Events describes how significant events connect Australians with other people on the planet.

About the series:

Written for the new Australian Geography Curriculum, the Upper set asks students: How do Australians engage with Asia? Who was Eddie Mabo and what did he achieve? How has Australia been affected by fires and floods? How did Australia respond to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370?
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About the series:
The Go Facts Australian Science is written for the Australian Science Curriculum including the important “Science as a Human Endeavour” strand. The Upper set explores the energy we rely on, how scientists design and conduct their work, the survival of plants and animals in their environments, and the properties and usefulness of light.
The Go Facts How is it Made? DVD translates the process covered in the Go Facts How is it Made? Books - Fuel, Bread, Clean Water and TV Show - to the screen. The Natural Disasters DVD translates the process covered in the Go Facts Natural Disasters - Volcanos, Earthquakes, Fire and Drought and Wild Weatherl - to the screen.
Go Facts - Digital Technologies - Complete Set - 12 books + FREE Downloadable Teaching Guide Go Facts - Science (Australian Curriculum) - Complete Set: 12 books
Go Facts - Digital Technologies focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of both the Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies subjects of the Australian Curriculum.

Employing the proven features of the Go Facts nonfiction titles, Digital Technologies is aligned with the Australian Curriculum.
Set includes all 12 titles in the Go Facts - Digital Technologies range

   
 
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