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Sign Language Spelling

Sign Language Spelling

This lesson idea is perfect for a time-stretched teacher. The activity is easy to prepare as it requires minimal resourcing, just the printed teaching resource as a prompt. And it requires zero set-up time. It’s a...

Word of the Day Vocabulary Activity

Word of the Day Vocabulary Activity

Learning new vocabulary is essential in developing communication and literacy skills. The wider a student’s vocabulary, the more able they are to express themselves. It will also allow students to make more sense of...

Reading Log Sheets

Reading Log Sheets

We have created these simple yet engaging reading logs to slip inside an A4 Manila folder. Teachers may decide to use just one or a variety of logs because each log has a 'different' reading message to alternate. There...

The Zones of Regulation

The Zones of Regulation

There is a program that teachers and schools have found to be very beneficial and that’s a curriculum developed by Leah Kuypers, an autism resource specialist and OT called the Zones of Regulation. The Zones of...

Bees to the Honey

Bees to the Honey

BEES TO THE HONEY There are 10 labelled honey pots and 2 extra to copy, trim and laminate. There are also 12 honey bees to copy, cut-out and attach to the top of individual clothes pegs. If you wish to extend the range...

Encourage Writing and Editing in the Classroom

Encourage Writing and Editing in the Classroom

After organising each child in preparation to write; finding a pencil, sharpening a pencil, locating their writing book with blue and red lines, then settling them into the correct writing position; sit still, all four...

Easy Games to Help Reinforce Multiplication

Easy Games to Help Reinforce Multiplication

To go with our Multiplication Grid, we have put together some fun multiplication based classroom games to share with you. Skip Counting Group your students in a circle and ask them to count by multiples. For example,...

Positive Behaviour for Learning

Positive Behaviour for Learning

We’ve all heard the sayings, “Children should be seen and not heard”; “spare the rod, spoil the child”.  Thankfully, gone are the days where a child would cop a clip over the ear from an old-school teacher for...

Congratulations – Home Learning Awards

Congratulations – Home Learning Awards

BLOG   CONGRATULATIONS - HOME LEARNING AWARDS​ WE DID IT!! What a time of learning new skills and adapting to new ways. It was nothing short of incredible to watch teachers shift their classroom learning to online in...

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