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Welcome to the mob at Life. Be in it. Services' new site.
I’m sure we’ll beat this Coronavirus thing, but it may take some time. With schools closed and the kids feelin’ locked in, it’s time to put the fun back into family life. Aussies always get it together when things get a bit rough and tough, so remember we’re all in this together!
We all know how to wash our hands for 20 seconds. We need to have something to do for the rest of the day.
My mate, Rob Palmer, is getting together a lot of fun stuff to do in our free time to keep the learnin’ alive. He reckons that we'll all need a ton of support over the next few months, so he’s even knocked a few bucks off his downloads to help us all out.
Rob was telling me that all his work is based on practical experience inside and outside of classrooms, but all I know is that his stuff is heaps of fun for the whole family and they get a big thumbs up from me!
The latest news, products and advice from 'Life. Be in it.' Services.
There is a limit to the capacity of TV and online programs to keep children happy without access to new ideas, age-appropriate games, user-friendly learning and innovate ways to mak...
"Proven, highly-motivational activities have been selected because the degree to which children learn depends largely on their interests and attitudes. These factors determine what they will do in attempting to learn, how hard they will try and how persistent they will be in their efforts. Teaching only rules and skills for language is not enough. Children must be given many opportunities to find and apply knowledge in a wide variety of situations.”
“... we design learning products that are highly innovative, interactive and very entertaining, all carefully designed to increase awareness and participation in specific areas of knowledge. We believe Robert’s opportunities are limited only by our imagination, creativity and financial capabilities.”
"Each book contains worksheets which can be used to introduce new work in maths and language or complement classroom work. They require minimum supervision and the activities revolve around themes of great interest to children."
“...revision worksheets provide a progress check for students as well as teachers, indicating areas where additional work may be necessary. They may be slotted in between lessons, or used at their completion.”
“...parents and/or teachers can easily select activities for the introduction, revision and / or enrichment of skills basic to early mathematics development. The activities are carefully graded and most are self-corrective.”
"...the highly illustrated sheets are ideal for the introduction of topics, library research, co-operative learning, non-threatening homework or as worthwhile activities for quick finishers.”