Twisted Rhymes

As adults many of us learn about the truth behind modern fairytales and rhymes. If you don’t already know, fairytales were originally intended for an adult audience and not children – thus the content and…

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Japanese: Family Trees

This is my first post in regards to a language other than English (more commonly referred to as L.O.T.E.). Teaching English to students (when it is their native tongue) can be tricky enough on its…

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Grug Meets Literacy and Art

Most Australian children (including myself) grew up reading and loving the Grug series by Australian author, Ted Prior. The lovable top of Burrawang tree his adventures are engaging for all young children. As these books…

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Ancient Civilisation Dioramas

Farmer home : Mayan Civilisation Grade 7 with Learning Difficulties Materials: paint, cardboard, twigs, leaf matter and Blu-Tac I love history. Yes, it is as simple as that. Did I always love history? No. What…

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