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Brainwaves - Orange - Biggest, Highest, Fastest Brainwaves - Orange - The Alien Files Brainwaves - Orange - To the Limit
Brainwaves - Orange - The Alien Files
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Which animals are largest, jump the farthest, and swim the fastest? Find out about some unusual record-holders of the animal world.
In the book Biggest, Highest, Fastest, chapter one looks at animals that are 'big' or have 'big' features. It includes worms that can grow to 55 metres, giant squids that weigh almost a tonne and small foxes with very big ears.
Chapter two examines height by looking at giraffes, fleas that can jump amazing heights and birds that fly as high as jet aeroplanes.
Chapter three looks at animals which are the fastest. It examines the speed of a hummingbird's wings, the pace of a sailfish and cheetah, and the strike of a snake.
What is a UFO? How long would it take you to travel to our nearest star?
The book The Alien Files, chapter one looks at reports of aliens on Earth and sightings of UFOs. It identifies the three most common alien forms and discusses how fake photographs are created.
Chapter two discusses the 'Roswell Incident', displays a scale for measuring encounters with aliens and includes information on 'Men in Black'.
Chapter three looks at the expanse of the universe and how scientists are exploring space, looking for signs of alien life.
Would you jump from a skyscraper with a rope around you ankles? Why do free-divers often black out on the way back to the surface?
In the book To the Limit, chapter one explains how adrenaline works and includes details on the fastest vehicles on land, water and in the air. It also discusses extreme sports such as street luge and downhill skiing.
Chapter two examines some extreme adventures people participate in. Activities such as bungee jumping, base jumping, caving and skysurfing are discussed.
Chapter three looks at how people keep testing their own endurance. It examines free-diving, rock climbing and triathlon.
Brainwaves - Orange - Whose Crazy Idea Was That? Brainwaves - Purple - Living in Space Brainwaves - Purple - On the Edge of Extinction
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Would you like to fly like a bird? What do you think has been the most important invention to date?
In the book Whose Crazy Idea Was That?, chapter one looks at some unusual ideas that were patented but never made it to reality. It also discusses the earliest fax machine and the invention of the light bulb.
Chapter two looks at the history of some famous inventions such as Hula Hoops, Frisbees, Velcro, Popsicles and jeans.
Chapter three looks at the history of human flight, beginning with Leonardo Da Vinci's drawings and travelling through to the first hot-air balloon and the Wright brothers' flight.
Do you think animals should be used in space flight tests? How do you sleep in space?
In the book Living in Space, chapter one looks at the history of rockets and the early stages if human space flight. It includes information on experiments with rockets in 1500, animal astronauts and the human pioneers of space travel.
Chapter two examines life on the space shuttle: how astronauts eat, sleep, clean and work. The chapter also discusses experiments conducted in space and what happens when astronauts have to work outside the shuttle.
Chapter three discusses the future of space travel including the International Space Station (ISS), plans for space tourism, missions to the moon and beyond.
What can you do to stop habitat loss? Do you think scientists should attempt to clone extinct animals?
In the book On the Edge of Extinction, chapter one looks at the discovery of woolly mammoth tusks in Siberia in 1997, and what this discovery tells us about the species' extinction. It also looks at the Tasmanian tiger or thylacine, which was shot to extinction.
Chapter two examines the reasons why many species of animals and plants are rapidly becoming extinct. Activities of conservationists and the impact of human activity on the environment are also discussed.
Chapter three looks at two animal success stories. Education, awareness and changing attitudes have bought the Siberian tiger and the American bison back from the brink of extinction.
Brainwaves - Purple - Real World Robots Brainwaves - Purple - Survival against the Odds Brainwaves - Purple - Trailblazers
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Where do robots store information? If robots could one day think for themselves, do you think they could take over the world?
In the book Real World Robots, chapter one gives a brief history of the development of robots; defines what a robot is; and talks about robots in everyday life.
Chapter two describes robots that do dangerous work; exploring the bottom of the ocean, exploring other planets, fighting fires and clearing landmines.
Chapter three makes predictions about the future of robots, how they might be used in medicine, and the development of artificial intelligence.
What are you afraid of? How could you face your fear? Are you superstitious about the number 13?
In the book Survival Against the Odds, chapter one looks at attacks by grizzly bears and great white sharks - and some people who survived them. It also offers some tips on how to survive an encounter with one of these creatures.
Chapter two examines the violent forces of volcanoes. It tells two stories of amazing human survival - one on the island of Martinique in 1902, and the other in Hawaii in 1992, when three men were rescued from the mouth in Kilauea volcano.
Chapter three looks at how the crew of Apollo 13 managed to stay alive after an oxygen tank exploded in the service module of the spacecraft. It also examines the dangerous task of re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere.
Would you set sail with no idea where or when you will find the next piece of land?
Would you have the courage to stand up for what you believe?
In the book Trailblazers, chapter one tells the journey of Ferdinand Magellan who, in 1519, conceived a daring plan to try to discover a passage through the Americas to the riches of the East
Chapter two looks at Emmeline Pankhurst's fight for women's suffrage (their right to vote) in England. It looks at the campaign of disobedience and the suffering endured by many suffragettes during the fight for their rights.
Chapter three looks at Nelson Mandela's long campaign to end apartheid and give equality to all South Africans.
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
Go Facts - Space - Exploring Space
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Go Facts - Space - Our Future in Space
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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 Laser Beams - Set 4 - Eye of the Future Laser Beams - Set 4 - Karting Kel
Go Facts - Space - The Universe
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Laser Beams - Set 4 - Eye of the Future
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Laser Beams - Set 4 - Karting Kel
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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.
Books in the Set 8 + Teaching Guide
Reading Age 10.5+ yrs
Word Count 4500–5000
Themes part-time work, family, grandparents, dreams, consequences, predictions

Josh is a master of pranks, while Hannah is the class brain. Working together in an important school assignment won’t be easy. Karen has the Eye – she can see what will happen in the future. Karen thinks the eye will be fun until she dreams about something awful. Will her worst nightmare come true or can Karen change her future?


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Laser Beams are chapter books with exciting stories and wonderful illustrations. They extend the reader beyond the earlier series of Sparklers. The eight books in each set are carefully chosen so that students can progress steadily, increasing their confidence and ability levels, as they do not encounter sudden increases in difficulty.
Each set of Laser Beams helps your students gain the skills they need to become confident, eager readers.
Books in the Set 8 + Teaching Guide
Reading Age 10.5+ yrs
Word Count 4500–5000
Themes go-karts, competition, self-esteem, parents, jealousy, friendship

Josh is a master of pranks, while Hannah is the class brain. Working together in an important school assignment won’t be easy. Kel likes her new home – she lives near a karting track and can practice all the time! Her only problem is Marc. Why is Marc so determined to beat her and how far will he go to win?

About the Series
Laser Beams are chapter books with exciting stories and wonderful illustrations. They extend the reader beyond the earlier series of Sparklers. The eight books in each set are carefully chosen so that students can progress steadily, increasing their confidence and ability levels, as they do not encounter sudden increases in difficulty.
Each set of Laser Beams helps your students gain the skills they need to become confident, eager readers.
Laser Beams - Set 4 - Kerria Logan and the Pirate Caper Laser Beams - Set 4 - Rabbiter's Hut Laser Beams - Set 4 - Teachers Pet
Laser Beams - Set 4 - Rabbiter's Hut
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Laser Beams - Set 4 - Teachers Pet
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Books in the Set 8 + Teaching Guide
Reading Age 10.5+ yrs
Word Count 4500–5000
Themes family, cars, siblings, friendship, competition, jealousy, school

Josh is a master of pranks, while Hannah is the class brain. Working together in an important school assignment won’t be easy. Kerria Logan is a heroine. She fights pirates and survives shipwrecks. It’s all very adventurous, even if it is a lot of hard work. Is Kerria in control of her life or is there something really strange going on?


About the Series
Laser Beams are chapter books with exciting stories and wonderful illustrations. They extend the reader beyond the earlier series of Sparklers. The eight books in each set are carefully chosen so that students can progress steadily, increasing their confidence and ability levels, as they do not encounter sudden increases in difficulty.
Each set of Laser Beams helps your students gain the skills they need to become confident, eager readers.
Books in the Set 8 + Teaching Guide
Reading Age 10.5+ yrs
Word Count 4500–5000
Themes justice, farms, imprisonment, grandparents, ethical dilemma

Josh is a master of pranks, while Hannah is the class brain. Working together in an important school assignment won’t be easy. Guy loves visiting his grandfather out at the farm. After Guy makes a discovery in the old rabbiter’s hut, the police come and search the farm. Guy has to make a decision about his secret…

About the Series
Laser Beams are chapter books with exciting stories and wonderful illustrations. They extend the reader beyond the earlier series of Sparklers. The eight books in each set are carefully chosen so that students can progress steadily, increasing their confidence and ability levels, as they do not encounter sudden increases in difficulty.
Each set of Laser Beams helps your students gain the skills they need to become confident, eager readers.
Books in the Set 8 + Teaching Guide
Reading Age 10.5+ yrs
Word Count 4500–5000
Themes family, cars, siblings, friendship, competition, jealousy, school

Josh is a master of pranks, while Hannah is the class brain. Working together in an important school assignment won’t be easy. Andy thinks his new teacher is great. He also thinks his brother, Joel, is great. But that doesn’t mean he’s happy about them going out together. When Andy tries to break them up, he gets into real trouble!


About the Series

Laser Beams are chapter books with exciting stories and wonderful illustrations. They extend the reader beyond the earlier series of Sparklers. The eight books in each set are carefully chosen so that students can progress steadily, increasing their confidence and ability levels, as they do not encounter sudden increases in difficulty.\
Each set of Laser Beams helps your students gain the skills they need to become confident, eager readers.
Laser Beams - Set 4 - The Complicator Laser Beams - Set 4 - The Plight of E. Hammond Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Body Systems
Laser Beams - Set 4 - The Complicator
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Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Body Systems
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Books in the Set 8 + Teaching Guide
Reading Age 10.5+ yrs
Word Count 4500–5000
Themes pets, humour, friendship, working together, theft, mystery

Rory drives everyone crazy with his complicated ideas — things always end up in a mess. Lettice is the opposite of Rory — she does things the simple way.

Can Rory help Lettice with a complicated scheme to find a thief?

About the Series
Laser Beams are chapter books with exciting stories and wonderful illustrations. They extend the reader beyond the earlier series of Sparklers. The eight books in each set are carefully chosen so that students can progress steadily, increasing their confidence and ability levels, as they do not encounter sudden increases in difficulty.

Each set of Laser Beams helps your students gain the skills they need to become confident, eager readers.
Books in the Set 8 + Teaching Guide
Reading Age 10.5+ yrs
Word Count 4500–5000
Themes fantasy, diary, humour, mystery, mystery, family, siblings, problem-solving

Josh is a master of pranks, while Hannah is the class brain. Working together in an important school assignment won’t be easy. Elizabeth’s life is hard. Since her mother disappeared, Elizabeth has looked after her brothers and sisters, and her father! So Elizabeth decides to advertise for a new mother. Then all her problems will be solved – or will they?

About the Series
Laser Beams are chapter books with exciting stories and wonderful illustrations. They extend the reader beyond the earlier series of Sparklers. The eight books in each set are carefully chosen so that students can progress steadily, increasing their confidence and ability levels, as they do not encounter sudden increases in difficulty.
Each set of Laser Beams helps your students gain the skills they need to become confident, eager readers.

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 - Science - Physics Go Facts - Science - Geology Go Facts - Science - Chemistry
Go Facts - Science - Physics
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Go Facts - Science - Geology
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Go Facts - Science - Chemistry
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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 - Science - Biology Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Fitness Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Health
Go Facts - Science - Biology
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Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Fitness
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Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Health
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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 – 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 Components of an Active Lifestyle Effects of Physical Activity
Go Facts - Healthy Bodies - Staying Safe
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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.

There is no doubt that your body will work better and last longer if you have an active lifestyle. If you exercise throughout your life you will be stronger, have more stamina and be more flexible.
There are many ways you can be active, from exercising in a gym to bush walking. There are many options available to people, so choose physical activity that you enjoy. Having fun while exercising will make it that much easier to get fit and healthy.

Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.

Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Children's Research Institute.

What happens to your body when you undertake physical activity? Why do your breathing and you heartbeat get faster? What happens to your body's temperature when you exercise and why do you sweat? Why do you get thirsty when you exercise? How do you develop strong muscles and bones?

Effects of Physical Activity answers these questions and many more about how the human body reacts to exercise.

Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.

Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.

Overcoming Obstacles to Physical Activity Illnesses? Tobacco, Alcohol and Caffeine
For many people, it is easy to exercise and play sport - all they have to do is to choose what they want to do and go for it! For others, it might not be so easy. They might have a physical disability, be dealing with the effects of a disease or be handling an emotional problem.

Whatever the obstacle, there are ways to overcome it. With a few changes to rules, equipment and lifestyle, and some help from family, friends or professionals, everyone come have fun and keep fit.

Overcoming Obstacles to Physical Activity will show you how some special children have learnt to overcome their particular obstacles.

Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.

Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Children's Research Institute.

Sooner or later you will catch a cold or some other common illness. It is perfectly natural. You may even get a more serious illness which requires you to see the doctor, go to hospital or miss school.
Illnesses looks at some of the common and uncommon illnesses that affect humans.
Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.
Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
We all like to have fun and take risks – when we go on the sporting field or jump on an exciting ride at the carnival, for example. But there are other risks that can cause you severe physical or mental health problems, such as using drugs. Tobacco, alcohol and caffeine are all drugs. What risks do you face when you use these drugs?

Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.
Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
Go Facts - Wonders - Ancient Wonders Go Facts - Wonders - Modern Wonders Go Facts - Wonders - Natural Wonders
Go Facts - Wonders - Ancient Wonders
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Go Facts - Wonders - Modern Wonders
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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 - 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 - Wonders - Technological Wonders Go Facts - Natural Resources - Oil and Coal Go Facts - Natural Resources - Gold
Go Facts - Natural Resources - Gold
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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.
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.
Go Facts - Natural Resources - Timber Go Facts - Natural Resources - Renewable Resources Targeting Text Interactively - Information Text Upper Primary
Go Facts - Natural Resources - Timber
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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. Targeting Text Interactively is a powerful new series of teacher resources for teaching text types using an interactive whiteboard. Students will find the text samples refreshing and engaging as they learn to write well in a variety of genres.
Brainwaves - Stars on Wheels Brainwaves - Stars of the Internet Brainwaves - Stars of Adventure
Brainwaves - Stars on Wheels
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Brainwaves - Stars of the Internet
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Read about the stars of motocross, freestyle motocross, BMX and skateboarding, and learn about the hard work and thrills of being one of the Stars on Wheels! Read about the people who created some of the world’s most popular Internet sites and have become Stars of the Internet! Read about the courage and commitment of the Stars of Adventure!
Brainwaves - Stars of Singing Brainwaves - Stars of Soccer Brainwaves - Stars of Surfing
Brainwaves - Stars of Singing
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Read about the people who have dreamed big and worked hard to entertain us and so become the Stars of Singing! Read about the stars and up-and-coming players of the global game in Stars of Soccer! Read about the men and women who dream of the perfect wave and tour the world as the Stars of Surfing!
Brainwaves - Stars of Australian Football Brainwaves - Stars of Twilight Brainwaves - Stars of Harry Potter
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Read about the men and women who dream of the perfect wave and tour the world as the Stars of Surfing! Read about the actors who brought author Stephenie Meyer’s characters to life on screen as the Stars of Twilight! Read about the young actors who grew up on screen as they became the Stars of Harry Potter!
Brainwaves - Stars of Snow and ice Blake Novels - Set 2 - The Way of the Dragon Blake Novels - Set 1 - Shutterbug
Brainwaves - Stars of Snow and ice
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Read about the athletes who chase winters around the globe so they can become Stars of Snow and Ice! A boy and his dragon friend attempt to rob a castle. Olivia falls for the dreamy Asher, but Asher has a secret.
Blake Novels - Set 1 - Randomly So Blake Novels - Set 1 - Salvetti Versus Sim Blake Novels - Set 1 - The Beautiful Spurs
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Jenna deals with her messy life by writing in a found book. James and Harry race to become school captain. Ben struggles with the guilt of keeping something that isn’t his.
Blake Novels - Set 1 - Fateful 13 Blake Novels - Set 2 - Haunted Beach Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Symbols and Celebrations
Blake Novels - Set 1 - Fateful 13
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Darcy is turning 13 and her disastrous life is set to continue. Ruth battles a sea witch to solve the mystery of her Poppa’s death. Symbols and Celebrations reviews the major days observed in Australia, such as Anzac Day, and our national symbols, such as the anthem and flag.

Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Colonies Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Federation Malala Yousafzai - A Girl with a Book
Colonies explains the rationale for each Australian colony and how it grew.

Federation follows the dramatic movement that garnered the people's support for nationhood.


At War - Speeches from Soldiers Go Facts - Geography - Ecosystems Go Facts - History (Australian Curriculum) - Set 1 - Great Australians
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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.

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

Gender Identity Food and the Environment Nutrition Across a Lifetime
Health and Understanding - Growth and Development - Gender Identity
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Health and Understanding - Personal Health Choices - Food and the Environment
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Personal Health Choices Nutrition across a Lifetime
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Your gender - whether you identify yourself as a boy or a girl - is one of the most basic things that goes towards making you who you are. Depending on your family, your culture and your society, your gender might have a big influence on how you behave and how other people treat you.

Gender Identity explores issues from why parents buy different types of toys for boys and girls, to how the media represents gender.

Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.

Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
Human bodies developed over thousands of years, as a result of the food which was available in the environment. If we eat too much modern food, such as processed and takeaway foods, then our health will suffer. Likewise, if we pollute the water, the air and the soil in which we grow our foods then our food will not be as good for us.
You can help through the foods you buy. Understanding the foods you buy and the foods you consume gives you the ability to make sensible decisions, that can also help protect the environment.

Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.

Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Children's Research Institute.
No matter who you are, your dietary and exercise needs change as you grow from a child to an adult and then into old age. There is no single diet or exercise routine for every age group. Your age is one factor that determines what you should eat and how much exercise you do.
But more importantly, what you eat and how you exercise while you are young will affect your health for the rest of your life. You cannot go back in time, but you can prepare your body for the future.

Health and Understanding is a literacy-based series and interactive whiteboard program that helps teachers with these health issues during the last three years of primary school. The series provides teachers and students with the opportunity to explore a range of health topics that are involved in, and required for, a healthy lifestyle.
Written by experienced children’s authors including Hazel Edwards, Goldie Alexander, Alan Horsfield and Wendy St Germain, Health and Understanding is endorsed by the Centre for Hormone Research, a joint department of the Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Children's Research Institute.