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#270177 27-Apr-2020 11:47
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Hi People

 

 

 

Just want to know, where can I access childrens books while we are on isolation? so that they can continue to practice reading and speaking

 

i have found a place called pinterest? haven't read into details of what this sites is about?

 

Thank you

 

Jacky 

 

 


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  #2472001 27-Apr-2020 11:51
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online resources like e books from the local library

 

our kids school also uses https://www.wheelers.co.nz/ and they gave the students an account there where they can check out ebooks.


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  #2472035 27-Apr-2020 12:42
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Are you in NZ?

 

Pintrest - This is just another social networking maze where people 'post' hints/tips/trick. 

 

If you are in NZ, has your school not communicated this to you already via the perhaps vast amounts of newsletter and or blog and or email updates that may have been pumped out in the past month?

 

Our school is using https://www.sunshineclassics.co.nz/ 

 

I know a lot of other schools are using the same and others a similar approach. 

 

I have a year 1/2 kid. 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2472041 27-Apr-2020 12:53
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Here are a couple

https://www.schoolgen.co.nz/teachers/e-books/?_ga=2.183805286.1340135637.1587929888-497282444.1587929888







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  #2472058 27-Apr-2020 13:28
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Goosey:

 

Are you in NZ?

 

Pintrest - This is just another social networking maze where people 'post' hints/tips/trick. 

 

If you are in NZ, has your school not communicated this to you already via the perhaps vast amounts of newsletter and or blog and or email updates that may have been pumped out in the past month?

 

Our school is using https://www.sunshineclassics.co.nz/ 

 

I know a lot of other schools are using the same and others a similar approach. 

 

I have a year 1/2 kid. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hi Goosey

 

 

 

Yes we are in New Zealand, yea my children school is also using sunshine classic as well. 

 

Jacky 


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  #2472080 27-Apr-2020 14:04
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Check your local library. Many have e-reading apps/solutions. e.g. I'm in Wellington and WCL uses Libby, which is excellent.


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