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Teachers' Notes

Floral and Faunal Emblems

This is a Ready-Ed Publications' book preview. • As a class identify your state’s/territory’s floral and faunal emblems. (Students in Tasmania could look at the unofficial animal emblem of their state in place of a faunal emblem – Tasmanian Devil.) Some states and territories will have two faunal emblems (a bird and an animal). The students can draw the additional emblem on the back of their sheets. • Ask the students to draw and colour their floral and faunal emblems, copying carefully from another picture. • Ask them to fill in the information about their state’s/ territory’s floral and faunal emblems on their sheets. Extension Activity: • Look at Australia’s floral and faunal emblems.

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Section 4: Special Days, Symbols and Emblems

Australian History Series: Book 3 - Community and Remembrace  

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