A keen supporter of the World Cup. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
A keen supporter of the World Cup. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

The game of soccer is on centre stage with a four-week showpiece kicking off in Brazil. The FIFA World Cup will see players form 32 nations battling out on the football field for the glory of being world champions.

APN's Newspapers in Education program is going to give the tournament a wrap in a five day special focusing on the game, its history, the competition, the host country and of course the Aussie team - the Socceroos.

This NiExtension will be published in APN's daily newspapers for five weekdays commencing June 16 and concluding June 20. With newspapers supplied to schools each day, the NiExtension World Cup Wrap is an excellent resource for use in the classroom.

Get ready for kick off. Don't be red carded. Be in the know. Find out all that's happening at the World Cup of Football in the NiE World Cup Wrap.

CLICK HERE for part 1

CLICK HERE for part 2

CLICK HERE for part 3

CLICK HERE for part 4

CLICK HERE for part 5

CLICK HERE for the tasks

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