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Writing Aid - Using alternative words of Look & describing someone's voice

Writing

Writing Aid - Using alternative words of Look & describing someone's voice

Here we look at some alternative words to use instead of 'Look' and words to describing someone's voice.  Improve your kid's grammar, vocab skills with our books. Check them out here. Help your child improve grammar, vocab skills with our books. Check them out here.

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*ENDED* Giveaway- Win a set of Grade 4 Mathematics worksheet

Giveaway

*ENDED* Giveaway- Win a set of Grade 4 Mathematics worksheet

Want to win a set of Primary 4 Mathematics Test Papers? Its contains 8 test papers(6 continuous assessments and 2 semester assessments.  *Conditions: This giveaway is only for Australian Residents living in Australia. Regular postage in included. Click here to enter into the draw!

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Can You Solve This Nine Coins Picture Puzzle?

Can You Solve This Nine Coins Picture Puzzle?

A little puzzle for you today. Here I have 9 coins, the challenge is to move only 2 coins to form a square shape. Can you do it? Have a go and test your kids. I will post the answer later. <Source>

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2 simple tips to keep track of your kid's homework

Tips

2 simple tips to keep track of your kid's homework

Sharing 2 simple tips of keeping track of your kid's progress in homework that I always use. What are your ways to keep track of your children's homework progress? Tip 1: Always put a date at the last page of homework done. So whenever you start a new page, you have a visual reminder of how long ago homework is done. Help your child to excel with our books! Click here to find out more! Books available from Nursery to Primary levels.   Tip 2: Get post-stick stickers and stick it onto the last page of completed homework. In that way, you have a...

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What's the problem with our Australian schools?

What's the problem with our Australian schools?

Saw this article on The Sydney Morning Herald 12 May 2016 and decided to share on the blog.  <Article and pictures from The Sydney Morning Herald> Australian schools are in deep trouble and students will continue to slip behind in reading, maths and science unless there is urgent action from all governments, a new report has warned. It's a grim picture of the country's education system, where high school students lag behind global standards, there is growing inequity and teaching has become an increasingly unattractive career.Australia was "drifting backwards", said the author of the report Geoff Masters, chief executive of...

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