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Rebecca Toltz
Kids, books, education.
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Josephine Laretive Feb 19
A work colleague sent me the link to Inquisitive today I need to explore more right now, very exciting indeed! We will be following the 'What can everyday life be like in a county in Asia' the video clips are fascinating
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ABC Education Feb 19
Coming in at No.4 is our 'Authors' topic which includes over 100 resources including interviews and clips with greats like Leigh Hobbs, ,Sally Rippin,
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When leafing through a cookbook and you recognise ’s illustrations
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Rebecca Toltz Feb 18
Replying to @yvetteposh
Looks fabulous. NESA approved? Asking for a friend 😬
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Rebecca Toltz Feb 18
Not on 😢
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Me! You’ll share live link? Thank you 🙏
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Rebecca Toltz Feb 18
I only read the younger reader edition and got a big shock when I took my kids to see the film 😳
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Rebecca Toltz Feb 18
'Creative sustainability': Thank you 🙏
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SCIS Feb 17
Picture books are a wonderful tool for boosting literacy, and let's not forget an illustrator has a story to...
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Rebecca Toltz Feb 18
lesson has led me to , and I've fallen down the rabbithole
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Rebecca Toltz Feb 17
Last one! have some excellent suggestions and lesson plans for above subjects:
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'Lion: younger readers edition' by for primary aged students
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