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This history resource is perfect for First Grade, Second Grade, and Third Grade students who want to learn more about the famous Australians within the ANZAC Day history, including the role First Nations Australians took during the First and Second World Wars.


The PowerPoint presentation is designed to guide students through the key events and individuals that shaped the ANZAC Day history in a visually engaging way. As students follow along with the PowerPoint, they can record important facts and information on the printable worksheets provided.


This resource is perfect for teachers who want to deliver a comprehensive ANZAC Day lesson that covers both key historical events and notable figures. Using this ANZAC Day PowerPoint and Printable Worksheets, students will gain a deeper understanding of the sacrifices made by Australians during times of war while also developing their research and note-taking skills.


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  • 7 PowerPoint slides on famous Australians involved with the First and Second World War
  • Printable sheets for recording and displaying information on each person
  • Persons covered in this pack are: Aunty Marion Smith, Weary Dunlop, Sir Cyril Brudenell White, Len Waters, Reginald Walter Saunders. Sir John Monash and William Allen

ANZAC Day Famous Australians PowerPoint and Printables

  • File Info

    Zipped File: PDF and PowerPoint 7 Slides & 14 Sheets

  • ACARA Alignment

    Foundation Year HASS

    the celebrations and commemorations of significant events shared with their families and others (AC9HSFK02)


    Year 3 HASS

    significant events, symbols and emblems that are important to Australia’s identity and diversity, and how they are celebrated, commemorated or recognised in Australia, including Australia Day, Anzac Day, NAIDOC Week, National Sorry Day, Easter, Christmas, and other religious and cultural festivals (AC9HS3K02)

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