Dad: “Hey little man, how was your day?” Child: “Yeah ok” Dad: “Ohh. What did you do?” Child: “Not much…..” This free download contains some great prompts to getting the conversation flowing after school, and will hopefully support a deeper understanding for caregivers about what’s actually been going on in their young person’s day! Enlarge to A3, and this set is perfect for popping up on the classroom window for
*This blog post (and associated free printables) were originally shared in 2020 response to the Northland flood events, but will hopefully be just as useful now in the aftermath of the Auckland flood. Our sympathies are with all our teachers in Tāmaki Makaurau and anyone else affected by this event. I hope everyone’s having a great first week back to term 3 – special shout out to all our Northland
The foundations for a smooth start to term 1 are always best laid in term 4! We’ve all got students that would benefit from some extra TLC and awhi as they move out of our immediate care and into their new classrooms. This mini booklet is a simple way to support their transition to their new environment. It’s designed to be personalised with drawings, keywords and photographs – print it
Resources to help celebrate the Rainbow Youth in your life! This FREE set of colouring images have been created to celebrate this year’s Pride week. Whāia tō ake ngākaunui, i te pono, i te mārama.“Know who you are, be who you are. ” Special thanks to my amazing brother-in-law, & friends who are part of the Rainbow community for their guidance with this resource. *Please note: The beautiful quote above
These summer reading challenges are a fun way to encourage your tamariki to keep reading over the long Christmas break…. simply print, pop on the fridge and colour in in the squares as you complete the activities! Happy Holidays everyone! Click here to download this FREE Summer reading challenges sheet!