Who's looking forward to a summer road trip? Enjoy some family time with our 12 Road Trip Activities that the whole family will love!
Are you stuck at home? Do you need to get out in the fresh air? These awesome sidewalk chalk ideas for learning are your new best friend!
As the global impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, both our Teach Starter members' success in and out of the classroom, and our team’s well-being, is paramount. Our hearts go out to the people who have been affected and we appreciate those around the world who are on the front line working to contain the virus.
Read all about a teacher mother's journey in the decision of repeating her son in Kindergarten.
Find out how to beat the busyness of life with these simple ways of creating calm for yourself and your children.
We've looked at these 10 picture books about school in detail, creating activities for each one! Find out why these 'starting school' books are worth reading...
How do you teach the kinds of creative thinking skills that kids in the 21st Century really need? Find out here...
After a lively conversation here in the Teach Starter office about the whole concept of gifts for teachers, here's a little food for thought!
Starting high school is a big change for most kids. Read these tips from teachers to help your child with their high school preparation.
Getting those home readers home for the first time can be both exciting and daunting for parents. Read this blog for some hints and tips for reading at home.
Check out how I took this simple kids art activity and turned into something special! With tips for parents and curriculum links for teachers, this post might just spark your children's creative imagination.
The kindergarten program in Australia teaches a variety of concepts through play-based learning. This is intended to assist children to transition into their first year of schooling. However; it is important to recognise that children will develop at their own pace.
Which is your story? You dread the child next door coming over to play; Your child comes home from school crying, Shes not my friend any more; You have two children and they are always fighting; You hear from others that your son is a bully; Your child often says, Thats not fair. Shes got more than me.
The seductive power of digital media has left parents and teachers conflicted about how best to navigate a wise-path with children.
There is an old saying, Richer than I youll never be, for I had a parent who read to me. The benefits of reading can never be doubted however I would like to rewrite this saying and state, Richer than I youll never be, for I had a parent who told stories to me. In our highly visual world it is vital that children have an opportunity to listen and imagine. My passion is to encourage parents and teachers to include oral storytelling on a regular basis.