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Communicate Abilities

Challenging is the Key Word here!

Teach concepts and ideas across multiple learning areas. Never a dull moment for your students as they will be challenged to step outside their learning comfort zone and reach for brain cells they didn't knew existed!

Improve English, Maths, Art, Science, Technology, Health Education, Languages other than English, and Society & Environment. Improve reading, writing and comprehension skills while identifying professions, animals and inventions across the globe.

Worksheets about health of individuals and populations, collect data about hemiplegia, paraplegia, quadriplegia and cerebral palsy issues.

This is a fantastic resource to have on-hand anytime!

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Our Colourful Language

Every language in the world is colorful and a treasure to explore. Rhyming, homophones, and antonyms form an everyday part of any language.

Rhyming is often used in teaching young children and is very effective. Not only is it effective in teaching children their language structure it is also a fun way to present a lesson. Teachers and parents alike have used rhyming in many books and games to achieve good academic results for very young children over decades…. if not centuries.

Perhaps the terminology of homophones is used in a different sense in your country but that does not diminish the use of these words. For example, the English meaning of the word homonym are words that are spelt the same and sound the same but mean something totally different. You may know some words such as saw (as in seeing with your eyes) or saw (as in using a tool in cutting through timber).

However, in certain countries the word homonym means a word identical with another in pronunciation, but differing from it in spelling and meaning. For example fair - fare, read - reed; also called homophone (homonym is less commonly used interchangeably with homograph). It can also be a word identical with another in spelling and pronunciation, but differing from it in origin and meaning, For example: butter - the food, and butter - one who butts.

First time teachers sometimes overlook antonyms. However, antonyms are very important and quite often used by students without even realizing that they are actually using an antonym. Basically, an antonym is an opposite such as dark – light, or dead – alive.

This resource is for those who enjoy language as a whole, for those who want to be colorful when they communicate with others, and for those who wish to either learn or teach rhyming, homophones and antonyms.

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Reading Writing Spelling

A very simple yet extremely effective learning exercise for those wanting to expand their vocabulary. Each page contains 60 words, 20 words per column. Total of 1440 spelling words are listed on this document. Follow the easy steps for a successful learning outcome in spelling, reading, writing and dictionary skills.

Also suitable for older students, adults or ESL students.

26 Pages
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Spelling Tutor

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Serious educators buy serious resources and this is one of them. Simply follow page after page for best results and be impressed with how much your student learns in such a short time.

Improve reading, writing and spelling with a carefully selected array of words. Pronunciation, word recognition, forming of sentences using everyday situations, and reinforce spelling all form part of this spelling tutor.

Bonus mathematical equations are mingled within this workbook.

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Teach & Learn English

Recommended Resource: Grammar is a set of rules and guidelines to help you use language correctly. Teach students how to express themselves better. Suitable for ESL Students.

Content: Understand the use of capital letters, the eight different parts of speech, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction, Interjection or Exclamation, Homophone, Antonym, Synonym, Preposition.

Learn how a comma is used to mark a brief pause, much shorter than a pause made by a full stop and how it can be used to separate two words or groups of words in a sentence in order to make the meaning clear.

Improve correct word usage and build upon Principal Parts of Common Irregular Verbs, question marks, silent letters, singular and plural, words with hyphens, and Latin words.

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