Quiet Time Activities for the Classroom

Wouldn't it be lovely if we could ALL have nap time?

If you're teaching in a pre-k classroom up to kindergarten, foundation or prep, chances are that you have nap time in your room!

Naptime is so important for little minds to rest and recover after a busy day of learning and playing. Bu


A Quick and Easy Way to Communicate With Parents

Communicating with the parents in your classroom is one of the most important things for a teacher to do!

Building trust with the families in your class doesn't have to be time-consuming and arduous. Yet, many teachers find it difficult to find the time to write notes home, call parents, o


How to Use a Word Wall in the Classroom (5 Activities)

I'm sure you've all printed and displayed a word wall in your time!

But, have you thought about the best way to maximise the learning potential of a word wall? To get the most out of your world wall, it's important that these cards are used for much more than simply 'display'!


Geography Resource Rundown

Are you teaching geography to your class? Do your students need help finding geography resources to broaden their knowledge of the world?

Teaching lessons about the globe, different continents and climates is an incredibly eye-op


Quick Father’s Day Activities for the Classroom

This Sunday, September 1st is Father's Day here in Australia! Are you looking for last-minute, quick and easy Father's Day activities for your class?

You've come to the right place!

We have two meaningful father's day activities that will help your young students appreciate the father figures


Creating Little Book Worms in K-3

There is nothing better than burying your head in a nice book, in my opinion!

One of the best things about teaching is when you see your students' reading develop over time. They go from letter-sound recognition to word decoding, and finally comprehending passages of text that opens their


Easy Science Experiment for Kids | Will It Sink or Will It Float?

Did you know that National Science Week is just around the corner?

That's right! August 10th - 18th, 2019 is National Science Week, a wonderful week of celebrating all things science-related.

Teaching s


Celebrating International Friendship Day in K-3!

Did you know there's a pretty exciting event happening this week? That's right, on July 30th it's International Friendship Day!

What is International Friendship Day?

International Day of Friendship has been set up by the United Nations


Meet the Handwriting Cat!

Have you met our friendly Handwriting Cat? He's the cutest little cat around to help you teach handwriting!

How can the Handwriting Cat help with handwriting?

The cat really is the


12 x Fine Motor Tracing Sheets – Making Fine Motor Practice Fun!

These fine motor practice tracing sheets will have your kids excited!

Why is Fine Motor Practice Important?

Fine motor development is integral in the early years. Activities such as tracing over dotted lines help children grow their hand-eye coordination. Streng