For our early years learners we have published a series of storybooks with accompanying teaching and learning resources.Produced through the generous support of ExxonMobil Australia and the Norman Wettenhall foundation these books explore little penguins, Australian fur seals, and biodiversity. We have also developed classroom activities designed to scaffold an excursion to the Phillip Island Nature Parks, including pre- and post-visit activities.

Little Penguins 'What animal am I?' Storybook

The Little Penguins Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource aims to assist teachers in implementing an engaging unit of work focusing on little penguins. Accompanied by the 'What Animal am I' storybook, these activities will engage your early learners in the wonderful world of our little penguins.

Australian Fur Seals 'What animal am I?' Storybook

Little ones will be guessing until the end with the beautifully illustrated 'What Animal am I' book designed for early childhood learning. Complemented by the Australian Fur Seals Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource, it is the perfect book for your budding biologist.

Where is Biodiversity? Storybook

Delve into the amazing ecosystems of Phillip Island through this beautifully illustrated 'Where is Biodiversity?'storybook designed for early childhood learning.

'Chirpy Chicks' Classroom Activities

In classroom activities to help prepare students for their visit to the Penguin Parade and to assist them in showing off their new found knowledge afterwards.

 

                             

Download the 'Little Penguin Early Childhood Teaching and Learing Resource' and accompanying 'What Animal am I?' storybook to discover more about little penguins. Produced by Phillip Island Nature Parks through the generous financial support of ExxonMobil Australia.

Teaching and Learning Resource:

Penguin Resource Cover

The ‘Little Penguins Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource’ aims to assist teachers in implementing an engaging unit of work focusing on little penguins. This resource is divided into two sections: the ‘What Animal am I?’ storybook and this teaching and learning activity book. The program addresses key learning outcomes within the Victorian Early Years Learning Framework and the National Curriculum.

pdf1 Little Penguin Teaching and Learning Resource 

 

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What Animal am I storybook?:

Penguin Storybook Cover

Little ones will be guessing until the end with the beautifully illustrated 'What Animal am I Book' designed for early childhood learning. Complemented by the ‘Little Penguin Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource’, it is the perfect book for your budding biologist. 

 

pdf1 'What Animal am I?' storybook

 

The early childhood teaching and learning resource and 'What Animal am I' storybook were produced by Phillip Island Nature Parks through the generous financial support of ExxonMobil Australia. 

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Download the 'Australian Fur Seals Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource' and accompanying 'What Animal am I?' storybook to discover more about Australian fur seals. Produced by Phillip Island Nature Parks through the generous financial support of ExxonMobil Australia.


Teaching and Learning Resource:
Aus Fur Seals T and L title image

The ‘Australian Fur Seals Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource’ aims to assist teachers in implementing an engaging unit of work focusing on Australian fur seals. This resource is divided into two sections: the ‘What Animal am I?’ picture storybook and this teaching and learning activity book. The program addresses key learning outcomes within the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework and the National Curriculum.

pdf1 'Australian Fur Seals Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource'



What Animal am I storybook?:
What animal am I title image

Little ones will be guessing until the end with the beautifully illustrated 'What Animal am I' book designed for early childhood learning. Complemented by the ‘Australian Fur Seals Early Childhood Teaching and Learning Resource’, it is the perfect book for your budding biologist. 

pdf1 'What Animal am I?' storybook

 

The early childhood teaching and learning resource and 'What Animal am I' storybook were produced by Phillip Island Nature Parks through the generous financial support of ExxonMobil Australia. 

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Where is Biodiversity storybook?:

 


Delve into the amazing ecosystems of Phillip Island through this beautifully illustrated 'Where is Biodiversity?'storybook designed for early childhood learning. 'Where is Biodiversity?'will keep your budding ecologist guessing until the end.

 

pdf1 'Where is Biodiversity?'storybook

 

'Where is Biodiversity?'was produced by Phillip Island Nature Parks through the generous financial support of the Norman Wettenhall Foundation.

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Chirpy Chicks: Pre and Post Visit Activities

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Coming for a visit to the Penguin Parade? This resource contains two fun in-classroom activities: one to establish students' prior knowledge and to scaffold their visit to the Nature Parks, and one for them to demonstrate what they have learnt and extend on their experience.These activities describe outcomes met in both Being, Belonging and Becoming as well as AusVELS.

pdf1 Early Years T&L Resource: Chirpy Chicks 
pdf1 Foundation T&L Resource: Chirpy Chicks
pdf1 Level 1 T&L Resource: Chirpy Chicks
pdf1 Level 2 T&L Resource: Chirpy Chicks

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