Explore the Australian Bushwalk wearing colourful native animal costumes, learn how our native species meet their basic needs for survival and identify actions that can be taken to help conserve our bushland habitats.
After hearing an original story, children use their observation skills to explore the Australian Bushwalk wearing colourful native animal costumes. Groups develop their language skills by reporting back on how our native animals meet their basic needs for survival in this habitat. Students identify actions they can take to help conserve our bushland habitats.
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