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10 QUICK QUESTIONS A DAY PROGRAM

Years 1 – 6

A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR THE PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM

Lizard Learning is the solution for the busy teacher, parent, homeschooler or carer to inspire, motivate and engage their primary school children in literacy and numeracy. By offering a host of quality professional teaching tools, resources and programs.

MAKE THE MOVE…

  • to a consistent and constant approach to learning
  • to a classroom filled with confident children who have a positive attitude towards learning
  • to a value packed program that saves time and gives you back your weekends
  • to a program based on revision and repetition for easy retention of learned concepts
  • to a program where the work is done for you
  • to an easy to use resource that covers the fundamentals of both literacy and numeracy
  • to a stress-free classroom and peace of mind knowing you are helping your students succeed in these two very important key learning areas

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I have introduced 10 Quick Questions A Day into the class this week and now all the teachers at school that have seen it want copies! It’s a fantastic resource. Thank you again. Melissa Pearce

Year 2/3 Classroom Teacher, Victoria

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LIZARD LEARNING BLOG

History of Education in Queensland

While we have always taught history in school; we don’t often explain the history of school itself. Examining the rocky road that Queensland schools took to get where they are today really makes you appreciate the educators of the past. It also makes me look to the future with excitement to see what comes next.

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It’s or Its

The difference between its and it’s is easy to learn but can be hard to implement consistently. Even as an adult you sometimes have to pause and remind yourself that it’s is a contraction of it is and there is no possessive apostrophe in its (even if it feels like there should be).

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Literacy Games

Sometimes you have some extra time during the school day. It’s not quite enough time to start a new exercise or lesson, but you need to do something to fill the time. Here are some games to play with your kids that are still educational and will help reinforce their literacy skills.

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