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Sustainable Classroom Competition

Check out the amazing prizes your class could win and how easy it is to enter!

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Clever Tip for Keeping Track of Student Observations

A clever way to keep track of little observations throughout a busy school day!

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How to Print On Sticky Notes

Miss Thomas from @_littlemissthomas runs us through how she was able to print checklists on sticky notes!

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How to Prepare Students for NAPLAN

It's a sensitive issue, however, whether we like it or not, NAPLAN is rolling around for another year!

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Classroom Management Hints & Tips

Self-Regulating Emotions with a Chill Out Corner in the Classroom

Eventually, every child will encounter a time when they experience overwhelming emotions. Without self-regulation or a safe place to escape, these emotions can spiral into a chaotic episode.

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Classroom Management Hints & Tips

How to Create and Use Student Avatars in Your Classroom

We can't hide from it. Digital life is here to stay and children love it! Avatars are one form of digital life that is becoming a popular tool in classrooms and can serve in a number of capacities. This blog article outlines ten ways you can use student avatars in the classroom environment.

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Guest Posts

A Heart-warming Story Helping Children Face Bullying

Bullying is an issue that affects all children on some level - and if not addressed early on, it can have severe psychological consequences. Statistics indicate that it’s only getting worse.

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Activities Special Occasions

22 Anzac Day Activities and Teaching Resources

Anzac Day provides us with the opportunity to talk to our students about the importance of the Anzacs (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) and the significant roles service men and women of our nations have now and had during the war.

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Professional Development

Nurturing and Supporting Children with Autism in the Classroom

As a teacher, finding out you have a child with autism in your class for the first time can be a daunting thought.

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