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  1. Celebrate Christmas Around the World

    Expand cultural awareness with Christmas activities from more than 20 countries. Background information is provided along with activities, crafts, carols, legends, recipes, patterns, teaching strategies, a bibliography and more. Great activities to do with students as the term winds down.

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    A$21.95
  2. Making Christmas Fun with Technology

    Many children enjoy the challenge of design, construction and problem solving. Making gifts can involve a fun exploration of science and technology in the design and construction of gifts. This book brings together the joys of Christmas and the fascination of designing and creating.

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    A$21.95
  3. Busy Teacher's Guide: Art Lessons

    This book is designed to meet the needs of busy teachers. Each lesson has a “purpose” ready to be copied into a lesson plan book. Students will learn the basic elements of art and how to apply them. Some lessons are designed to help sharpen their drawing skills while others introduce a variety of techniques and materials. The lessons can be simplified or made more complex depending on the backgrounds of the students involved.

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    A$16.95
  4. Happy Hands and Feet: Art Projects for Young Children

    Happy Hands and Feet - Art Projects for Young Children takes finger painting to a new level. Using a limited range of materials and children's hands and feet, a wide variety of unique art projects is easily achievable. Seasonal and special-occasion activities provide year-round interest and fun. With step-by-step instructions and helpful hints, this book is ideal for playgroup, classroom or home use. Ages 5-7.

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    A$16.95
  5. I Can Make a Rainbow

    This exciting new art book is a starter for creating ideas, for making and doing exciting, artistic things. Full of activities designed for you to get started creating your own things. Sections include: things to do with pencil, pen, crayon and chalk; things to do with paper; things to print and paint; things to do with cloth, wool and string; things to carve, mould and sculpt; things to do with food; special things to make; and things to do when there's nothing to do. Great for teachers and parents to use with pre-primary and primary aged children.

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    A$35.00
  6. Art for Young Children

    Art for Young Children provides the early childhood educator or parent with numerous stimulating art activities that are specifically designed for the interests and attention spans of young children. Make any home or classroom into an art gallery using items such as paint, mosaic, chalk, stitches, puppets, egg shells and countless other everyday products. With general instructions and art-term definitions in each of the 9 chapters, this book will delight children and adults alike. Ages 5-7.

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    A$21.95
  7. The Book of Classic Christmas Activities

    The Book of Classic Christmas Activities combines the fun of Christmas with a range of exciting and educational activities for every learner from prep to Year 6. Now you can harness children’s natural enthusiasm for the festive season in dozens of Christmas-themed exercises that engage learners while utilising skills from English, drama, art, cooking, music and games. From making their own Christmas decorations to penning letters to Santa, this comprehensive Christmas resource caters for primary students of all year levels and abilities. No matter what your year level, you need never be stumped when searching for Christmas-themed exercises again.

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    A$24.95
  8. Toys to Tools

    Ignoring, or worse, demonising a technology that students willingly and actively use in every other aspect of their lives is not a winning educational strategy. Tapping into the ubiquitous power of modern communications technology and merging it with the flexibility and excitement of the Interactive Web (Web 2.0), Kolb provides a vision in which engaged students use the tools of their choice to enhance learning both inside and outside the classroom. Mini lessons and powerful resources throughout the book are easily adaptable and appropriate for almost any year level.

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    A$50.95
  9. The Best of Learning & Leading with Technology Selections from Volumes 31-35

    Along with the original articles, the book includes commentary and context, plus new contributions from the authors, who further discuss the issues and topics of their articles and how they've affected the ed tech world. As well as provocative columns, insightful features and practical tips. With a large selection of articles from each of the regular sections of ISTEs award-winning magazine, The Best of Learning & Leading with Technology is an excellent resource for users of educational technology at all levels of experience.

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    A$50.95
  10. RSS for Educators: Blogs, Newsfeeds, Podcasts and Wikis in the Classroom

    A powerful technology, but a simple concept, RSS (Really Simple Syndication) makes it possible to easily access frequently updated content on the Internet. RSS allows you to have updates automatically delivered to your computer. Many Web 2.0 tools, including blogs, podcasts and wikis, have been made even more useful with the advent of RSS technology. Let expert John Hendron show you how to use a news aggregator to harness the power of RSS for classroom projects, professional development, and keeping students and parents informed. Learn how to use free and inexpensive software to manipulate audio files and create podcasts.

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    A$45.00
  11. Teaching with Digital Video

    With digital video, your students can watch a demonstration of the speed of sound, analyse classmates’ poetry performances and create videos that document cultural differences. The best part is that it’s engaging. Your students probably watch, create, upload and share digital video in their spare time, so why not incorporate this tool they already enjoy into classroom learning? Bull and Bell bring together lesson plans, ideas and resources aligned with the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) so that you can use digital video in the classroom effectively. The book also includes information on acquiring, creating and communicating with digital video.

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    A$42.50
  12. Retool Your School

    Google certified teachers James Lerman and Ronique Hicks show you why Google applications are the best free online learning tools available today. You will discover how students and educators can collaborate with Google Documents, how the Forms application allows creation of instant feedback quizzes, how a literature class can go on excursions with Google Earth, how parents can view student work on websites created with Google sites, how iGoogle can help everyone create personal learning networks, and so much more. The possibilities are endless - and the applications are free! Over 40 lesson plans across all year levels will help you transform communication, collaboration and creativity in your classroom.

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    A$42.50

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