Kookaburra Educational Resources Primary Catalogue 2020/21

1 XX PRIMary Catalogue 2020/21 TEXTBOOKS WORKBOOKS TEACHER RESOURCES Visit our website for pricing www.kookaburra.com.au   |   Phone: 1300 766 997   |   Fax: 1300 768 997 Kookaburra Educational Resources Oxford Grammar 2e The all new full colour Oxford Grammar student workbooks explore key grammar features using appealing stimulus pages and authentic literary texts to model grammar in context at the word, sentence and text level, with related writing activities for practice. They include many features such as ‘test yourself’, ‘using grammar in texts’ and extension and enrichment units as well as opportunities for self-reflection and progress checking and a handy glossary of terms. The Oxford Grammar Teacher Handbooks support the Student Books by offering lesson plans and activities, including a front-of-class program for the Foundation curriculum. The Teacher Handbooks also come with access to a wide range of additional resources on Oxford Owl! 9780190323172 Year 1 9780190323189 Year 2 9780190323196 Year 3 9780190323202 Year 4 9780190323219 Year 5 9780190323226 Year 6 9780190323158 Teacher Handbook F-2 9780190323165 Teacher Handbook 3-6 Targeting STEM Student Journals STEM is an exciting combination of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics which provides scope for students to develop skills and strategies that encompass a range of knowledge areas. The Targeting STEM Journals provide 42 projects for students to work on independently or in groups using a range of commonly available resources. Each project contains four steps with a picture list of requirements and just enough explanation for launching students on their journeys of discovery. Each project includes a journal page with space to write about the project and sketch out ideas, charts to complete with data from the experiments, steps to take the project further and interesting facts and trivia about the subject All the curriculum content for several subject areas is shown in a table with the ACARA code correlations is on the inside cover. Many units include ‘Digital Technologies’ activities as part of the curriculum mix. Answers (where relevant) are in the back of the book. 9781925490589 Year 3 9781925490596 Year 4 9781925490602 Year 5 9781925490619 Year 6 Prim-EdPublishing—www.prim-ed.com THE SPELLING BOX R.I.C.Publications—www.ricpublications.com.au Applying Morphemic Principles SAMPLE CARD 4 1 Selectabasemorpheme from one of your spellingwords. Useadictionary to find otherwordswith thatmorpheme. For example: person person ality im person al person ally person nel im person ate person ify Prim-EdPublishing —www.prim-ed.com THE SPELLING BOX R.I.C.Publications —www.ricpublications.com.au Using Mneumonics Using ne onics SAMPLE CARD 4 Somewordsare confusingbecause they lookand sound similar. Find five similarwords like thisandmake upaway to remember which iswhich. Youmay like todraw somepictures to help you. For example: of off Freddy fell off. You need two ‘legs’ to jump off. diary dairy Diwroteadiary. Dairy cowsaremilkeddaily. 2 Prim-EdPublishing—www.prim-ed.com THE SPELLING BOX R.I.C. cations —www.ricpublicatio ns.com.au Using Phonemes SAMPLE CARD 5 1 Choose three of your spellingwords. Say each one in yourmind. Writea list ofwords that rhymewith each one. You can use resources to help you.Now use some of your rhymingwords towritea limerick. Read your limerickaloud toa friendand listen to theirs. Prim-EdPublishing —www.prim-ed.com THE SPELLING BOX R.I.C.Publications —www.ricpublications.com.au Using Rules and Generalisations SAMPLE CARD 6 2 Imagine that you had to explain toaperson learning English how to spell five of thewords from your spelling list. Writea rule orgeneralisation they could follow to help them spell each word. For example, ‘Tomakeaplural fromaword ending in -s ,add -es ’. NEW Prim-EdPublishing —www.prim-ed.com THE SPELLING BOX R.I.C.Publications —www.ricpublications.com.au U sing Sources ing SAMPLE CARD 2 Play ‘Speedydictionary search’withapartner. Each child writesan interestingand unfamiliarword ona square of paperand swapswith theirpartner. On theword ‘Go’, each child speeds to find themeaning of theirword inadictionary,write itdown, thengive it to theirpartner. Repeatwith otherwords.Copy ones you like into your personaldictionary. 2 Prim-EdPublishing—www.prim-ed.com THE SPELLING BOX R.I.C.Publications—www.ricpublications.com.au Just for Fun SAMPLE CARD 3 Drawa cartoonwith characters of your choice. The charactersmust use four of your spellingwords. They couldbe in speechballoons or thoughtbubbles. Colour your cartoonanddisplay it in the classroom. 2 NEW The Spelling Box Support your spelling program with The Spelling Box ! Each box contains 100 cards (two of each card) of fun-filled spelling activities, anchored in nine well-researched skills and strategies-using phonemes, visualising, chunking, using analogy, using rules and generalisations, applying morphemic principles, using mnemonics, etymology and source. Designed to be flexible, The Spelling Box is easy to use and supports ANY spelling program and ANY spelling list, but it’s not all hard work - a whole category of spelling activities is ‘Just for Fun’ to engage students’ learning. The Spelling Box can be used in so many ways! The activities are great for early finishers, extension work, language centres or literacy time slots and as quick consolidation activities. 9781925926828 Box 1 (Ages 6-7) 9781925926835 Box 2 (Ages 7-8) 9781925926842 Box 3 (Ages 8-9) 9781925926859 Box 4 (Ages 9-10) 9781925926866 Box 5 (Ages 10-11) 9781925926873 Box 6 (Ages 11-12) NEW 1-6 AC 3-6 AC F-6 AC