Need some fun over the holidays? Try writing your own Limerick at home using our limerick worksheet… Download your copy here write your own limerick
Here are some great tips for keeping kids busy these holidays! Get Creative! Get Creative and write a story! But not just any old story, maybe write a story about you, or rewrite a classic with a new end. And don’t stop there! Create and draw the characters for your story. Maybe draw a storyboard, and make some costumes for character! Then when
Here are some fabulous tongue twisters for kids to work on over the holidays. Tongue twisters help students focus on vocal ability and speech, plus they are super fun! Download your copy here Tongue Twisters
Our Poem of the week this week is “The Creature in the Classroom”. This is another fantastic poem from our Enchanted Stories unit, and is a wonderful text for students to work on and practice at home! Download your copy here The Creature in the Classroom
Our Poem of the Week this week is the “Fairy Swing”. This is a great poem to work on as a small group or individual practising at home! The Fairy Swing Down in the apple orchard white petals fell like rain, round little Mary Catherine as she made a daisy chain. She used lots of daisies, she fashioned it with care, she heard her
Our Poem of the week this week is Roald Dahl’s “Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf”. This adapted poem is a funny play script for a small group to work on at home! Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf As soon as Wolf began to feel That he would like a decent meal, He went and knocked on Grandma’s door. When Grandma
Our Poem of the Week is a poem from our Enchanted Stories Unit. This is a great poem for youngsters to practice their speech and drama at home! “A Goblinade” by Florence Page Jaqucues By A green hobgoblin, Small but quick, Went out walking With a black thorn stick. He was full of mischief, Full of glee, He frightened all That he could see.
Trouble By William Shakespeare Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble. Fillet of a fenny snake, In the caldron boil and bake; Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a fell-broth boil and bubble. Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble. Cool it with
Have you ever had trouble getting up in front of a group of people to talk? Do you find public speaking a little scary? Well here are 10 handy tips for Public Speaking to keep cool, calm and collected on stage!
Pick something interesting. Make sure it is something that people will want to know more about and are able to hold or look at closely.
Make sure YOU are interested in the thing you’re going to be talking about. If you know lots about it, you will be able to tell your class all the things you know.