Can Do Kids in USA

On Thursday 16th May we were delighted to speak to all grade 3 students at Townsend Public School, in Montana USA via Skype. The children received their books via a donation from Broadwater County Lions Club after one of the Lions Club members was introduced to the A...
5 key areas to develop literacy skills

5 key areas to develop literacy skills

Janelle Curry, Director and Certified Practising Speech Pathologist at MPSP and was our first e-news contributor, with her tips for developing literacy skills first published in our May 2016 e-news. Janelle’s full article below has important information for...
Basketball bullies

Basketball bullies

I love running. That’s for sure. I run everywhere. And I also love playing footy. But when footy was over at the end of winter, I needed something else to keep me active.  Mum and Dad said I couldn’t just sit around all spring and summer, so I had to...
Dressups and differences

Dressups and differences

Every year it’s the same. Jack O’Brien has a dressup party for his birthday. And this year is no different. He says it’s because it’s right near Halloween and people like dressing up, and should have a costume ready anyway. But I think...
Losing Maggie

Losing Maggie

So, my best friend, you know the one who I don’t hang out with much at school, but who I’ve known forever and who hangs out with me on weekends and makes the best cubbies, and who my Mum and Dad really really like, and the one who knows everything about...
Spring: pitchforks, peas and poo

Spring: pitchforks, peas and poo

“Spring has sprung!” That’s what Mum always says when we wander around our garden at this time of year.  And it’s easy to see why. It really looks like, out of nowhere, stuff has literally spring out of the garden beds! We have fruit trees that...
I had to take some time out

I had to take some time out

Mum has this long lost cousin ….I’m not quite sure why she’s ‘lost’ – she seems to know her way around – but that’s what Mum calls her. Anyway, she came to stay with us last week. She’s one of those people who you...
Onions, twirly pasta and feeling useful.

Onions, twirly pasta and feeling useful.

It’s so cool that we get to cook at school. I’ve never wanted to go into the kitchen and help Mum make dinner before, because, to be honest, I didn’t think I could do it properly. And I really LOVE my food and I didn’t want to mess it up....
Dad wants a new job. Mum wants to argue.

Dad wants a new job. Mum wants to argue.

Grown-ups are so weird. I don’t get why they get so cross about things that seem really normal and simple to me. They just seem to make things complicated that don’t have to be complicated and then it gets everyone around them annoyed and fidgety. And then...

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