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9th September 2011 at 01:00




Global Thinking - Global Learning, (globalthinker) equips P1-3 teachers with the tools to enhance global learning within the whole school. It uses real-life examples from schools on their own global learning journeys.


The Forecast Says Snow, a poem by Roger Hurn, enables you to show how a poet chooses words carefully. Read the poem to your class and explain how it builds excitement about impending snow, eg. every third line of the first four verses repeats the warning that snow is coming.


"What-A-Mess Walk" is a social story from joearp which deals with noise. It encourages pupils to use a quiet voice in different situations.

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