Welcome to Our Free Resources Library
Our resources aim not only to support children develop key life and practical skills, including observation, which are central to archaeology and natural history, but also to help them explore different cultural traditions, including the Maya and the Inka.
Many of our resources are nature-based. We strongly believe that spending time in Nature is beneficial for our wellbeing. Building personal connections with the natural world around us helps us feel a sense of belonging. Meanwhile, art and storytelling helps us find our voices.
Our resources are designed to complement the key learning areas, including Mathematics, Creative and Practical Arts and Human Society and its Environment, of the primary education curriculum. They also meet key quality areas outcomes of the My Time, My Place Framework which sets the national standard for Outside Hours School Care, provided by AQECQA.