These worksheets are from a collection of resources from the National Archives of Australia. They test students on their knowledge of the Coat of Arms and the relevance of it to Australia’s national identity and process of unity. It includes questions about the symbols on the Coat of Arms, the roles of the Governor General and a colouring-in activity. It would be best for the teacher to explain the nature of the Coat of Arms and how it contributes to the Australian identity, as a background for students. These worksheets could be used as a teaching idea or an assessment task, depending on how much prior knowledge the students have. The teaching strategy would involve something like a take-home task, where students would individually research answers. For the colouring-in of the Coat of Arms, to deepen the students’ understanding of the task, the teacher could get students to label each part of the design, thus highlighting the significance of it to Australian history and identity. The extension activity of the student designing their own Coat of Arms for their school, club or family is helpful as it gets students to consider the meaning and purpose behind each element of the design. It will probably more difficult than expected – students must justify their choices.