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Shall We Dance?

Shall We Dance?

Thanks to the popularity of shows such as ‘Dancing with the Stars’, dancing has seen a revival. It has become a hot topic, as families tune in to watch household celebrities tango, waltz and bolero their way across the...

Multiplication Monkeys

Multiplication Monkeys

  All free resources are updated fortnightly. If this freebie is not available visit HERE to grab the latest free resource on us! Never miss a classroom activity we create. The MULTIPLICATION MONKEYS activity has...

Lose or Loose?

Lose or Loose?

In this literacy worksheet, students have fun filling in the correct word to match the variety of sentences. It’s a great activity for practicing these words that often can cause confusion in spelling and writing tasks...

Congratulations – Home Learning Awards

Congratulations – Home Learning Awards

​ This week students went back to the classroom after 5 weeks home learning with their parents. It was a challenging time with different families reporting different experiences. In our household, Ava had the pleasure...

Growth Mindset Colouring Sheets

Growth Mindset Colouring Sheets

  A wonderful addition to any classroom or home learning space for students’ growth mindset. Affirmations and using positive self-talk boosts self-esteem and self-confidence that can make a huge difference in a...

Anzac Day Red Poppies Craft

Anzac Day Red Poppies Craft

Australians and New Zealanders have quite a few symbols to represent ANZAC Day and are used to commemorate this time in history. The red poppy, which was one of the first flowers to bloom in the French and Belgian...

Anzac Day Colouring In Page

Anzac Day Colouring In Page

Our ANZAC Day colouring page shows a representation of the main symbols to commemorate Anzac Day.  Students can colour the page and place it up in the name of the symbol and write their own description. You can...

Anzac Day The Ode

Anzac Day The Ode

In most ceremonies of remembrance there is a reading of an appropriate poem. One traditional recitation on Anzac Day is The Ode. It is traditionally part of the ANZAC and Remembrance Day services. The Ode comes from...

The DON’TS on Managing Classroom Behaviour

The DON’TS on Managing Classroom Behaviour

Whether it’s your first day teaching a new class, or just the start of a new term or week, you can always consciously decide to modify your teaching style to change the behaviour of your students. The one major thing...

Teaching with a Disability

Teaching with a Disability

BLOG   TEACHING WITH A DISABILITY   John Catania I was born with a disability called Spina Bifida and have used a wheelchair all my life. Disability has challenged my resolve; equally, it provides tremendous gifts...

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