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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 2 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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"It was great having student-friendly maps of each state that were labelled with the main cities and other locations. A fantastic resource for Geography (HASS)!"

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"Another great resource and worth the money. We finished our HASS unit early which leaves space for "fun" in Term 2 with it!"

"Fantastic collection of activities that tie in well to many facets of the geography syllabus."


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

  • 10 Lesson Plans
  • PowerPoints to match lessons (7 in total)
  • Assessment pieces
  • Editable marking guide
  • Vocabulary cards for your word wall
  • Numerous hands-on Activities
  • Worksheets and Homework Ideas



1. Where do we live?

2. What are Australia’s geographic divisions?

3. Where do we go in our local community?

4. Where does our produce come from?

5. How are places connected?

6. What are First Nations Australians' connections with Country and Place?

7. What tribal land is our school on?

8. How can we recognise the traditional owners of our land?

9. Assessment Part A

10. Assessment Part B

Geography Year 2 Australian Curriculum 9.0 HASS

  • File Info

    Zipped file 180 pages

  • ACARA Alignment




    how places can be spatially represented in geographical divisions from local to regional to state/territory, and how people and places are interconnected across those scales


    the interconnections of Australian First Nations Peoples to a local Country/Place

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