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Natalie Clarke has taught in Australian Schools as a Nutrition, IT, History, Learning Support and Special Education teacher for 30 years. Natalie has a Diploma of Teaching, Bachelor Degree of Education, Post Graduate Degree of School and Student Support and a Masters of Special Education. In her spare time, she has written numerous published children’s stories, educational resources for the classroom and various Apps. Through More Than Charms, she would like to bring light to the world.

Natalie Clarke has taught in Australian Schools as a Nutrition, IT, History, Learning Support and Special Education teacher for 30 years. Natalie has a Diploma of Teaching, Bachelor Degree of Education, Post Graduate Degree of School and Student Support and a Masters of Special Education. In her spare time, she has written numerous published children’s stories, educational resources for the classroom and various Apps. Through More Than Charms, she would like to bring light to the world.
Cooking & Presenting: Afternoon Tea
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Cooking & Presenting: Afternoon Tea

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This unit has been designed for 8 to 16-year-old students to plan, develop and present an afternoon tea to invited guests. This is very visual so can be used for students with disabilities. Planning: Discover what is an afternoon tea. Plan an afternoon for guests Cooking Practices and Techniques: 1. Learn all about safety and hygiene in the kitchen. 2. Plan, make and evaluate biscuits, cakes, scones and a variety of sandwiches. Craft Activities: 1.Create a handmade invitation
Thinking Skills for Paragraph Writing: Improve your students writing skills
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Thinking Skills for Paragraph Writing: Improve your students writing skills

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This document is developed by a learning support teacher to assist teachers with improving students’ thinking and writing skills. The PDF document includes the following: (1) Thinking skill strategies (2)Pre-writing strategies i.e. brainstorming, group work, vocabulary and comprehension activities. (3) Strategies for building success (4) Note talking strategies i.e. modelling and frames. (5) Constructing Paragraphs using mnemonics and conjunctions i.e. descriptive, compare-contrast, cause-effect, problem-solution paragraphs. Best wishes with helping your students to improve their writing skills. Together we can make a difference!
Where's the Dolphin? A Magical Adventure Story ( eBook & PDF)
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Where's the Dolphin? A Magical Adventure Story ( eBook & PDF)

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What’s that strange noise? James and Joy hear someone calling them while they are staying at a lighthouse by the ocean. Will the children have the courage to investigate? Plunge deep into the deep blue sea and embark on a magical adventure. Where’s the Dolphin? is an adventure story that teaches children how to care for dolphins and the oceans of the world. What will you discover when you dive into the deep blue sea? Additional materials such as apps, activities, curriculum resources and stickers are available to further educate children in the primary, elementary or home school setting. Visit our website https://lifelearningapps.com today and together we can make a difference! This is an ePub file that you download to your device and a Printable PDF. Visit Life Learning Apps on the Following: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linked In Flickr
Poster: My Steps  (Goal Plan)
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Poster: My Steps (Goal Plan)

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This resource is available to be printed in full colour and also in black and white. It is a visual reminder that can assist children in learning how to calm and chill out! Designed in conjunction with the Mood Toolbox: Strategies to Empower Children this poster assists teachers, practitioners and parents in guiding children to understand and regulate their challenging mood changes. This will particularly help a child to reflect on their behaviour.
Poster: How Big is Your Challenge?
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Poster: How Big is Your Challenge?

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This resource is available to be printed in full colour and also in black and white. It is a visual reminder that can assist children in learning how to calm and chill out! Designed in conjunction with the Mood Toolbox: Strategies to Empower Children this poster assists teachers, practitioners and parents in guiding children to understand and regulate their challenging mood changes. This will particularly help a child to reflect on their behaviour.
Poster: Mood Toolbox Intervention
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Poster: Mood Toolbox Intervention

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This resource is available to be printed in full color and also in black and white. It is a visual reminder that can assist children in learning how to calm and chill out!. Designed in conjunction with the Mood Toolbox: Strategies to Empower Children this poster, “Intervention” assists teachers, practitioners and parents in guiding children to understand and regulate their challenging mood changes.
Mood Toolbox Poster and Book  Bundle
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Mood Toolbox Poster and Book Bundle

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Mood toolbox is a practical intervention for parents, teachers and practitioners that will positively support children with learning how to effectively regulate their moods and emotions. This program was developed by Natalie Clarke with the assistance from her friend, a behaviour specialist (40 years experience) to help Natalie’s son with ASD. The intervention assists Ben in understanding his own emotions and has empowered him to select strategies from the toolbox to use when needed. He has become more independent in his choices of how he regulates his emotions. Natalie has three degrees, including a Masters in Special Education and over 30 years experience teaching in Public, State and Autistic Schools. Over the years, Natalie has assisted many children in learning how to regulate their own emotions. Mood toolbox is a practical approach and can be used individually or in the whole class environment. It is especially helpful for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Social Emotional Disorder (SED). A fun character affectionately called Moodzie helps to encourage children to recognize their own moods. Each Moodzie has a color that represents different moods, such as red for anger, blue for sadness etc. Learning to navigate the emotional roads of children can be challenging, but for the impacted children, discerning and working through their own moods can be even more trying. Some children may not know how to communicate their feelings, but with the Mood Tool Box, their moods can be explored through Moodzie’s various adventure stories and other support materials. THIS RESOURCES PROVIDES ALL THE PRINTABLE POSTERS AND BOOKS FOR THE MOOD TOOLBOX PROGRAM Visit our website to learn all about additional strategies from experts around the world that can help with emotional regulation and moods. Also discover where to download our books and apps. Additional materials such as certificates, activities and stickers are available from our site to further help children choose happy. www.lifelearningapps.com/mood-toolbox/ Visit Life Learning Apps on the Following: Link Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linked In Flickr
Mood Toolbox: Stories to Empower Children
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Mood Toolbox: Stories to Empower Children

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Mood toolbox is a practical intervention for parents, teachers and practitioners that will positively support children with learning how to effectively regulate their moods and emotions. This program was developed by Natalie Clarke with the assistance of her friend, a behaviour specialist (40 years experience) to help Natalie’s son with ASD. The intervention assists Ben in understanding his own emotions and has empowered him to select strategies from the toolbox to use when needed. He has become more independent in his choices of how he regulates his emotions. Natalie has three degrees, including a Masters in Special Education and over 30 years experience teaching in Public, State and Autistic Schools. Over the years, Natalie has assisted many children in learning how to regulate their own emotions. Mood toolbox is a practical approach and can be used individually or in the whole class environment. It is especially helpful for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Social Emotional Disorder (SED). A fun character affectionately called Moodzie helps to encourage children to recognize their own moods. Each Moodzie has a colour that represents different moods, such as red for anger, blue for sadness etc. Learning to navigate the emotional roads of children can be challenging, but for the impacted children, discerning and working through their own moods can be even more trying. Some children may not know how to communicate their feelings, but with the Mood Tool Box, their moods can be explored through Moodzie’s various adventure stories and other support materials. This product bundle includes: MoodToolbox: Intervention Moodzie Chooses Happy: Story Moodzie Gets Agro: Story Moodzie Blues Story Educational Resource To Empower Children Visit our website to learn all about additional strategies from experts around the world that can help with emotional regulation and moods. Also, discover where to download our books and apps. Additional materials such as certificates, activities and stickers are available from our site to further help children choose happy. www.lifelearningapps.com/mood-toolbox/ Visit Life Learning Apps on the Following: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linked In Flickr
Mood Toolbox: Educational Resource To Empower Children
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Mood Toolbox: Educational Resource To Empower Children

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Do you know a child that is moody or do you have a whole class that will benefit from learning about emotional regulation? This resource explores students moods and feelings through higher order thinking skills, paragraph writing and storytelling. Designed in conjunction with the Mood Toolbox: Strategies to Empower Children, this resource, assists teachers, practitioners and parents in guiding children to understand and regulate their challenging mood changes.