This wonderful IWB resource has been designed to support the teaching of the Lower Primary Unit of Work "Changing Lands and Skies" prepared by ASTA for Science Web Australia. The features of the earth and sky make up a significant part of any environment. These features can be observed and described.Descriptions of the landscape fall into three categories: natural, managed or constructed, but landscapes can, of course, include combinations of these. Landscapes are not fixed and can change depending on natural events and the actions of humans. Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders have strong connections to the natural features of Australia's land, seas and skies. By observing these features and changes over thousands of years, they have lived in harmony with their local environment, and its features are an integral part of their culture and history.
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