Anzac Day


Anzac Day is an important national day in Australia. It commemorates the Gallipoli landing on 25 April, 1915. Every Australian child should know what happened during the Gallipoli Campaign and why Anzac Day is an important day for both Australians and New Zealanders.

The text is hand-printed to model good hand-writing. There are two maps and four questions relating to the text. Due to it being hand-printed it is three pages altogether. This text and vocabulary is suitable for Grades 3 and 4 and is designed for the parent to teach their own child in the home.

Product Description

Anzac Day and the ANZACs, Gallipoli and the battle for a grip in the Dardanelles, this is a short account with two maps and a set of questions. The young reader can gain an understanding of what the Gallipoli battles tried to achieve.
This is a short hand-printed account that is suitable for Grade 3, 4 and possibly 5. The maps show where Gallipoli is and where the Black Sea is. It is followed by several questions that allow the child to recount the events and deduce why it was a failure.