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Resource - Activity Ideas - Year 3

These Year 3 activity ideas will encourage students to design their own experiments using milk or other dairy products to test a hypothesis. These activity ideas aim to spark student curiosity and inspire them to generate their own questions to investigate. (Size: 108Kb) (Size: 115Kb)

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Inquiry Unit - Year 3 to Year 4

This Year 3 to Year 4 'Technology - From Farm to Plate' resource investigates where dairy cows are raised and where milk is produced, plus the technologies involved in milk production that support the pasteurisation and homogenisation processes. The unit follows an inquiry based approach and aims to help teachers and students investigate and understand more about the Australian dairy industry. (Size: 190Kb)

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Everything you need to know about dairy

This video opens a window to the world of dairy, showcasing the dairy industry, dairy products and the health benefits of dairy.

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Discover how milk is made

This video explains how milk is processed, from the farm through to the factory. Two important steps happen at the factory, pasteurisation and homogenisation.

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History of dairy farming

This video explains how dairy farming started in Australia, with dairy cows arriving on the First Fleet in 1788. For over 200 years, Australia’s dairy farmers have been producing high quality dairy foods we enjoy every day, such as milk, cheese and yoghurt.

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