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9 January 2019
Many students constantly ask ‘what are we doing next?’, 'when are we doing __?'  Having a visual schedule ensures children will know what things are happening and when throughout the day. There are many benefits to having a visual timetable but here are our Top 5: 1 Allow kids to understand the plan. A visual schedule is like a kid friendly calendar and provides them with a visual...
31 August 2018
The hashtags #SelfcareSunday and #WorkLifeBalance are seriously trending over on the gram at the moment, it seems everyone is keen to turn the spotlight on mental health, and we for one couldn’t.agree.more. Teaching is (as you all know) full on! Rewarding and amazing, but also tiring and social life zapping. So how can we be the best teachers we can be, while still realising that we are also...
28 July 2018
Guided Reading was one of my favourite lessons when in the classroom. I just loved seeing my students learn to read and also their joy at getting one on one teacher time! I however graduated from Uni where I was (shock horror) taught Round Robin reading and also witnessed it on my pracs. Thankfully in my first year teaching my school treated us to a Guided Reading PD and it gave the whole school...
3 July 2018
Spelling can often be seen as one of those boring subjects that is done through rote learning and repetitive activities. It doesn’t have to be a tedious lesson, you can make it fun and engaging for your students. We have just added some new spelling resources to the website and will be featured bellow. Also check out some fun hands on spelling games and activities you don’t need worksheets for!...

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