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  1. CAMS & STAMS: Online Reporting Tool - Yearly Subscription (School) New
    CAMS & STAMS: Online Reporting Tool - Yearly Subscription (School)

    CAMS & STAMS Plus Online: Assessment and Reports is an online portal that allows you to produce detailed reports of how your students and class progress using the CAMS & STAMS mathematics strategies program – and in half the time!

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    A$200.00
  2. Basic Map Skills (Years 3-6)

    Basic Map Skills introduces the following concepts: what a map is and what it's used for, directions, determining relative distance and direction on a map, understanding map symbols and the application of skills to maps of real places. Map skills will teach students valuable skills and also use many maths principles. An answer key included in the back of the book.

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    A$21.95
  3. Creative Investigations: Library Research and Extension Activities

    Creative Investigations presents thirty-six separate topics for independent research investigations. They are grouped under six broad headings: Ancient Mysteries, Living World, Ages and Aeons, Maths and Science, the Unbelievable and Potpourri. The topics range from King Tut's Tomb to Machu Picchu, Magic, Miniatures, Monsters, Sports and Superheroes. They have been especially chosen as they appeal to students.

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    A$21.95
  4. Teach Them Thinking

    Teach Them Thinking Mental Menus for 24 Thinking Skills. If you are convinced of the importance of teaching thinking skills in the classroom, this is a must have resource. Twenty-four skills are presented along with ready to use sample lessons.

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    A$42.85
  5. Thematic Unit: Friends (Revised Edition)

    This delightful book is an insightful look at friends and friendship through the use of two timeless books: Charlotte'’s Web by E. B. White and Bridge to Terabithia. Through the use of activities based around the characters from the texts, students can learn a lot about friendship and what it takes to be a good friend. The concepts used to highlight friendship in these two texts can shed a light on students'’ own relationships, in and out of the classroom. One of the most important themes discussed in this book is how to overcome differences in friendships, especially differences in appearance and gender.

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    A$29.95
  6. Clever Kids: Language Skills Ages 8-10

    This is an excellent resource to support primary students natural desire to imagine and express thoughts. The activities assists with using verbal and visual symbols. The book is richly illustrated to make skill-building more fun. Students are provided with a range of writing tools and some fun Internet addresses, which will enable young writers to become published authors and poetry exercises designed to delight.

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    A$10.95
  7. Thematic Unit: Holocaust

    At its core this literature-based thematic unit has three high-quality literature selections - Number the Stars, Anne Frank: Beyond the Diary and The Good Liar. For each of these books, activities are included which set the stage for reading and extend the concepts gained. The Holocaust is connected to the curriculum with activities in English, mathematics, SOSE and art.

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    A$21.95
  8. How to Manage Learning Centres in the Classroom

    What does a learning centre-based classroom look like? What will you need for each centre? How can you teach students to use the centres easily and effectively? How to Manage Learning Centres in the Classroom is a comprehensive guide that answers those questions and more. Included are suggestions, diagrams and tools that show you how to organise and effectively use learning centres in Years P-6.

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    A$43.45
  9. Thematic Unit: Safety

    Each thematic unit integrates activities across the curriculum in English, maths, science, social studies, art, music and life skills. Many of these activities encourage co-operative learning and suggestions and patterns for display boards are provided. Culminating activities enable students to synthesise their knowledge in order to create products that can be shared beyond the classroom. Safety covers home, school, street, water, drug and personal safety.

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    A$21.95
  10. How to Capitalise Primary 3-6

    This is a primary school resource for your classroom. It can be used as workbook to teach capitalisation or use individual pages to supplement activities you are already doing. Each page has a capitalisation rule listed at the top. A brief description and examples of how to use the rule are listed for students to refer to during practice. Activities are provided for students to practise the rule listed at the top of the page.

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    A$19.95
  11. How Grammar Works 3-6

    This book is a guide for your students to become familiar with the basic units of grammar and the parts of speech! First, an introduction with a study list of the part of speech is provided for the student. It includes the definitions, key words, and examples. Then, each part of speech is defined, with tips for identification. Practice exercises are then provided for identifying that part of speech. Next, different usage rules and exercises are provided for practice with these concepts. A review of parts of speech identification and a review of usage are provided at the end of the book, along with a peer editing checklist for students to use with their own writing.

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    A$19.95
  12. Explore Our World: Geography of the Continents (Years 4–8)

    This super-value book combines all seven continents in one. It is a complete resource for the Australian Curriculum: Geography for students in Years 4–8.

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    A$105.50

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