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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. Student Planner and Study Guide for Civics and Citizenship

    This student planner and study guide is a great resource for working homework problems, planning projects and studying for tests. Full of important facts about Australia and the world. This guide will serve as a quick reference when you do your homework. The chart of Bloom's taxonomy will teach you to recognise different types of questions to improve your performance. The end result will help insure a first class Social Studies project.

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    A$15.95
  3. Investigate & Connect: Physical Science

    Includes in-depth information for different content areas - physics, chemistry, and technology and a wealth of information to support classroom teachers as successful Science Educators. Each activity is presented in a lesson plan format, inquiry based student lab pages are provided for most of the activities to assist you in the lesson.

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    A$39.95
  4. Investigate & Connect: Earth & Space Science

    Students will internalise many important science concepts when given opportunities to think critically. With this resource, students are engaged through print, media and scientific investigations that help them to connect with the real world of science.

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    A$39.95
  5. Basic Not Boring Series: Earth and Space Science 5-8

    How many rings does Jupiter have? Will people one day live in outer space? Interesting facts about the world intrigue students and make Earth and Space Science fun to learn. Students will sharpen numerous skills, including how to: compare characteristics of each planet, define weather and climate and describe factors that contribute to them, diagram and describe characteristics of the ocean floor and list and define characteristics used to identify rocks and minerals.

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    A$21.95
  6. Basic Not Boring Series: Geometry and Measurement 5-8

    The activities in Geometry & Measurement are based on an Olympic theme, so students discover interesting facts about Olympic athletes from the first Olympic runners to Michael Johnson while they learn how to solve maths problems. Students will sharpen numerous skills, including how to: identify points, lines and planes, identify and name angles, identify properties and parts of a circle, determine the circumference of circles, identify similar and congruent figures, identify congruent triangles and other polygons, recognise and define space figures, identify and use units of measurement and find perimeter, area and volume.

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    A$21.95
  7. Basic Not Boring Series: Spelling 3-5

    This resource introduces primary school students to spelling. Each page invites learners to try appealing exercises that will help students with a new skill, reinforce an existing skill or assess a student's performance or understanding. This is no ordinary fill-in-the-blanks way to learn. Students will cultivate skills in; recognising and using a variety of spelling rules, recognising skills and spelling words that follow patterns and recognising and spelling words that follow unusual rules.

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    A$21.95
  8. Specials!

    Do your students struggle with learning difficulties in literacy? The Specials! series is designed to reinforce basic skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening, and feature activities that are perfect for the busy teacher. Written by experienced special needs educators, these resources for the middle years and secondary students are ideal for the differentiated classroom, and will help to foster a feeling of success and enthusiasm in your struggling students.

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    Starting at A$19.95

  9. Specials! Encouraging Writing

    Specials! Encouraging Writing is part of an exciting series of books with unique support materials for middle and secondary students who experience learning difficulties. These books have been written by experienced Special Needs teachers and aim to give students a much needed feeling of success in their work whilst ensuring that they all have access to basic skills and concepts. Encouraging writing is full of engaging activities to support your literacy program.

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    A$19.95
  10. In Full Bloom: A Thinking Approach to Teaching Literature

    This resource gives teachers of the middle years the tools to help students become strategic and independent readers. It outlines a literacy program based on strategies of Benjamin Bloom's six levels of cognitive thinking and contains interactive literacy tasks to capture students' interests and develop in them a lifelong love of reading. The book includes assessment suggestions and checklists to record which activities have been completed. Designed to engage even the reluctant reader students with learning difficulties.

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    A$29.95
  11. SOLVE Mixed Pack Teacher Guides C-H
    The Solve Practice Series reinforces the 16 fundamental concepts and skills introduced by the CAMS Plus and STAMS Plus Series, while providing deeper practice. For each part of the practice or review, common pitfalls for students are presented, helping teachers to pinpoint areas of difficulty, and instructional tips guide teachers to redirect students. The Solve teacher guide also includes a reproducible individual tracking chart, to aid in assessing how well the student is progressing with their additional practice. This mixed pack contains 1 of each Solve teacher guide from levels C-H. Learn More
    A$95.00
  12. Philosophy for Young Thinkers: Computer Ethics Philosophical Problem Solving Program Years 7-10

    The activities in this book help students to work at developing and defining new positions and ideas. Students will learn to seek and understand the ideas and arguments of others, and to work individually and in small groups. It also encourages students to expand their interest within the field and avoid being dogmatic or inflexible, to have class discussions concerning the issues expressed within the text and encourage written analysis. Great for students who are gifted or need a challenge.

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    A$17.95

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