Fun Facts about Tornadoes for Children – With Free Activities.
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Fun Facts about Tornadoes for Children – With Free Activities.

We have are a lot of cool and fun tornado facts on how tornadoes are formed, where you can see tornadoes, how big tornadoes are, why tornadoes are more common in some places and much much more.

Does My Child Need A Tutor? (A Teacher’s View)
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Does My Child Need A Tutor? (A Teacher’s View)

Assessing whether your child needs a tutor depends on multiple factors. These include, but are not limited to, struggling with core skills in subjects including language and math, problems learning in classroom environments, and developing behavioral issues due to work being either overly difficult or easy.

How to Use Virtual Reality (VR) in The classroom?
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How to Use Virtual Reality (VR) in The classroom?

Virtual Reality (VR) in the classroom offers the chance for teachers to explore and enhance their lessons in multiple educational subjects. It can offer Skills training, Immersive experiences, Empathy training, motivation, problems solving and critical thinking all in a first person perspective.

How To Make Online Teaching Fun
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How To Make Online Teaching Fun

In the coming months and years it is going to be of vital importance that we all, as teachers, learn how to make our online teaching more fun and engaging. This can be achieved in a number of ways, learning the technology, using games in our lessons, using safe social networks, lesson designs, going on virtual field trips, showing patience with your students, increasing interactivity and many more

How big was the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs
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How big was the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs

The meteor that is thought to have wiped out the dinosaurs, or at least caused the conditions that did is estimated to be about 10 to 15 kilometers wide. The reason it has such a large carter of over 150km across, called the Chicxulub crater is it was a Ferrari of meteors and was travelling really fast at about 20 km per second. Which is about 72000 kilometers an hour!

18 ideas on How to Teach English to children at Home
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18 ideas on How to Teach English to children at Home

There are pages upon pages of advice and resources on how to teach English in Schools. Schools with all their resources, trained staff and designated curriculum. There is much less advice and help out there for teaching English in a home school setting. So we have prepared these 18 Easy ideas on how to teach your children English at home.

Free Resource – Go noodle Learn English / Maths and More while dancing and Exercising !
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Free Resource – Go noodle Learn English / Maths and More while dancing and Exercising !

Go Noodle is an interactive video service with loads of subjects both curriculum and soft skills. The videos are superb! and really a break from the video lessons and on screen quizzes we seem to have been stuck with! my students love it!