Get your magnifying glasses out and take a stroll to soak up the sights and sounds of nature… I’ve yet to meet a kid who doesn’t find this engaging! The perfect activity for when you just need to have a change of scene and get out of the classroom! Either complete the sheet as you walk and observe, or use as a follow up activity when you get back to
Have you voted yet? Kick off the first week back to term 4 with this engaging FREE printable to get your classed immersed in Election day learning! Click here to download your FREE printable! Looking for other election day resources? Check out the following sets in the NZ politics section of our website store by clicking here!
Click here to grab your FREE Māori language week challenge sheet! Click here to find our previous posts and other FREE resources! The official Māori language week website is a wealth of information and packed full of amazing resources: “Māori Language week has been celebrated each year from 1975. Māori Language Day is September 14 and commemorates the presentation of the 1972 Māori language petition to parliament. Why a week? Why
I hope everyone’s having a great first week back to term 3 – special shout out to all our Northland teachers heading into school after a hectic weekend of storm damage from the incredible “Once in a 500 year” storm event! As I’m currently at home basking in the smell of wet carpet, and waiting for the insurance assessors, I thought I’d whip up a quick writing/colouring sheet to support