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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...

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...

That Last Nerve

That Last Nerve

BLOG   That Last Nerve You know the one! When all the jobs, tasks, to-do’s, meetings, testing to create/set/mark, school reports to write, the parent to settle, the admin to keep happy, the field trip to take, the next...

Appreciate your P & C Day

Appreciate your P & C Day

BLOG   Appreciate your P & C Day I never realised until I’m now a parent, how much effort the parents put in, in THEIR own time, to make all the community events come together! I didn’t have children when I was a...

Cooking with Kids

Cooking with Kids

BLOG   COOKING WITH KIDS Cooking with Kids Kids don’t always want to learn over the holidays, but cooking is an excellent way to combine education and fun. Plus the end result is food, so everybody wins! Cooking is an...

Teaching Children Gratitude

Teaching Children Gratitude

BLOG   TEACHING CHILDREN GRATITUDE Teaching Children Gratitude We have always known that it is important to thank the people in our lives when they help us. Nobody likes to deal with someone ungrateful, and it only...

Irregular and Past Tense Verbs

Irregular and Past Tense Verbs

IRREGULAR AND PAST TENSE VERBS Irregular verbs are the bane of your existence when you are first learning to spell. Sometimes it’s instinctual, but if the past tense of ‘know’ is ‘knew’ then why isn’t ‘shew’ the past...

Teaching Kids How to Ask Thoughtful Questions

Teaching Kids How to Ask Thoughtful Questions

BLOG   TEACHING KIDS HOW TO ASK THOUGHTFUL QUESTIONS Children are only in school for a limited amount of time, but they will never stop learning. So it's most important we teach them how to learn. Reading and maths are...

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