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Parental engagement at Glenurquhart!

Glenurquhart Primary hosted a fantastic parent event last week to share developments in maths and numeracy. I love the resource packs they have developed to involve parents with maths learning at home! 38 more words

Assigning Homework In the Digital Age: The Benefits of Virtual Classrooms

Over the past few decades, schools have relied on computer technology for delivering educational content or equipping students with resources to enhance their learning. With the advent of the Internet, some schools have started offering classes fully online for maximum flexibility, while other brick-and-mortar institutions are incorporating digital tools into their classroom and at-home assignments. 771 more words

Education

STEM and what it means for early years...

Every now and then a new ‘it word’ comes out. Sometimes it’s just renaming something that’s been around for years and sometimes it’s something new and exciting to the sector. 2,013 more words

Family Life

Explode the Code curriculum review

I was looking around for a structured phonics curriculum and integrated reading programme for home use and I jumped onto Explode the Code bandwagon just based off its Amazon reviews.  1,598 more words

Our Preschool Studio

Projects + Civil War

Annotated Bibliographies were due last week one from each group. If your did not turn in one, it will be -5 points. The next assignment is the History Detective sheet that I handed out in class one from each group which will be due on 4/19 and 4/20. 188 more words

Home Learning

The Unwanteds: Book Review

The Unwanteds by: Lisa McMann  is a book that is focused around two twin brothers and their separate worlds. The two, Alex and Aaron Stowe, are separated due to a form of caste system. 254 more words

Homeschool