Compassion, love and care for the environment comes naturally to children; they have wild imaginations, curious minds, and a strong affinity with animals. The following information posters help young learners to love where they live, develop connections between people and places, and understand how to care for both habitats and species.

Each poster uses informative text and illustrations to support emergent and fluent readers to further develop their literacy skills, understand concepts in the Victorian science curriculum and learn how special their local ecosystems are.

A birds eye view of five information posters, spread out on a wooden table. The top row contains three posters and the bottom row contains two posters. Each poster has an illustration of an animal native to Victoria and scientific facts about them. The left side of the posters is framed by a few pieces of native grass and four pink everlasting daisies. The right side is framed by a few pieces of native grass and two yellow billy buttons.

A sample of information posters for emergent and fluent readers.



Victorian Emblems


These information posters were produced with the help of funding from Department of Education and Training through their Strategic Partnerships Program, and Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA) through their Faunal Emblem Project and the Victoria Nature Festival.

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