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If you want to save time on your Geography planning, then this thorough pack will provide you with all the resources you need to teach Year 1 HASS with ease.


Closely aligned to the new Australian Curriculum 9.0, these lessons will guide your students through each knowledge and understanding and unpack the skills required for each elaboration - saving you so much time!


Unlike some resource packs sold online, these packs cover every single ACARA Knowledge and understanding elaboration, so there are no empty spaces in your curriculum coverage!



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This easy-to-use, best-selling packet includes:

  • 10 Lesson Plans
  • PowerPoints to match lessons (6 in total)
  • Assessment pieces
  • Editable marking guide
  • Colour vocabulary cards for your word wall
  • Numerous hands-on Activities
  • Worksheets and Homework Ideas



1. What are natural, managed and constructed features?

2. How do First Nation Australians identify natural features within Dreaming and Creation stories?

3. Where are the local natural, managed and constructed features near our school?

4. How can we describe the weather?

5. How can we use directions to locate places?

6. What changes can we observe in natural, managed or constructed features?

7. Which resources can be recycled, reduced or re-used?

8. How do local places change due to weather and seasons and how can we look after these places?

9. How do First Nations Australians manage and care for places?

10. Assessment

Year 1 Geography Australian Curriculum 9.0 HASS

  • File Info

    Zipped file 120 pages + 6 PowerPoints

  • ACARA Alignment 9.0

    Year 1 Geography


    the natural, managed and constructed features of local places, and their location


    how places change and how they can be cared for by different groups including First Nations Australians

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