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Humanities & Social Sciences

At R.I.C. Publications, we provide a wide range of geography and history educational resources to cover all your teaching needs. From teacher resources to blackline masters, all age and year levels are available.

Our history resources cover a range of topics, including Australian history and Aboriginal studies, and many link directly to the Australian Curriculum, allowing for easy integration of appropriate strands and sub-strands. Whether it be Primary Australian History, Famous Australians, Australian Curriculum History, or the bestselling series The History Box, learning history will be an enjoyable and educational experience for all students.

We also have a range of geography products to assist in introducing and consolidate geography skills. Our recent series, Australian Curriculum Global geography, is a teacher resource that teaches geography through an ICT and Inquiry lens. Our Australian Curriculum resources contain blackline masters, curriculum links and additional activities designed to assist in implementing strands of the curriculum. Additional classroom resources include Beginning and Exploring geography, The environment, and a number of series dedicated to improving mapping and other necessary skills.


If you’re looking for new effective resources for teaching Humanities and Social Sciences, R.I.C. Publications is here to help. Our HASS resources are packed full of information, broken down to be digestible for young minds.

Our HASS resources include many product types that can become lesson plans, but also contain dedicated lessons plans. For instance, Australian Curriculum Civics and citizenship – Citizenship, diversity and identity – Year 3 digital unit is a dedicated HASS lesson plan, covering multiple learning objectives. This series will motivate and stimulate students’ enthusiasm about being future leaders and decision-makers.

The ebook is 26 pages and covers multiple curriculum codes, including ‘Why people participate within communities and how students can actively participate and contribute’ (ACHASSK072).


Subjects our HASS resources cover include geography, history, civics and citizenship, and economics and business. Our Australian Curriculum HASS resources cover geography and history.


You can use the filters on the left-hand side to browse for a specific resource by subject, year level, age, format, product type, series and price.

If you’re struggling to manage your time or are finding students who would benefit from another style of learning, then our HASS resources are for you!

Browse our range or contact us today to learn more and get answers to all your questions about our HASS resources and how they are making Humanities and Social Sciences come alive!