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Lord Of The Flies was another book I studied in school that I actually liked. (I think the only other one was The Chrysalids, a futuristic apocalyptic novel.) But these kids weren’t fictional, and unlike Golding’s band of little sociopaths, they manged things very well. https://tinyurl.com/yakqyo9q How To Survive If You Get Stranded On A […]


One of the few books I studied in school that I actually liked. https://bookanalysis.com/harper-lee/to-kill-a-mockingbird/historical-context/ https://time.com/3947242/life-intro-go-set-a-watchman/


Try here if you’re looking for some resources for Orange Shirt Day coming up at the end of this month: https://www.orangeshirtday.org/teacher-resources.html https://www.twinkl.ca/resource/orange-shirt-day-powerpoint-ca-ss-1629306476


Ah, that loathsome old school staple – homework. Not exactly a favourite with kids. Or parents who have to help with it. But despite crusades against it, it’s still around. https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/HISTORY-OF-HOMEWORK-3053660.php https://tinyurl.com/y4ert5pw


For kids who are sewing enthusiasts. Something I’ve never been. Though compelled to take Needlework at school (in England, anyway – I quickly, and with absolutely no regret, opted out in Canada) , it came second on my hated subjects list, with P.E. following very closely behind. (And if you’re wondering what was first, well, […]

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