Category Archives: Resources
In Eric’s house there were too many elephants – in the living room, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, even in his bedroom! The elephants take up a lot of space, but Eric loves every one of them. So when … Continue reading
We are huge advocates of reading aloud to students, children, adults, pets, furniture, (anyone who will stand still or happens to be passing by…) and we are pretty sure you are too. Ask most adults if they had a teacher, … Continue reading
Our latest edition of Off The Shelf is out now and available through Penguin Teachers’ Academy Newsstand in the iTunes store. For those of you without access to Apple devices, we will be sharing the articles in this edition of Off The Shelf right here on … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Penguin Teachers Academy will now be delivering our teaching notes, units of work and our quarterly magazine – Off The Shelf, through Newsstand, available for free download in the Apple iTunes store. The … Continue reading
Starting School by Jane Godwin and Anna Walker Tim, Hannah, Sunita, Joe and Polly are all off to school for the first time. Would you like to meet them and see how they go? There are new friends to make, … Continue reading
Written by Dr Pam MacIntyre – we are delighted to share with you all a comprehensive set of free, downloadable teaching notes for Morris Gleitzman’s fantastic new novel – Extra Time. Download teaching notes HERE.
Written by Erin Wamala – we are delighted to share with you all a comprehensive set of free, downloadable teaching notes for Gabrielle Wang’s beautiful new middle years novel, The Wishbird. Download them HERE.
A comprehensive unit of work is now available for Will Kostakis’ brilliant new contemporary novel, The First Third. With links to the Australian Curriculum, assessment tasks and a plethora of activities, Laura Gordon has provided all you need to teach … Continue reading
Publishing in August, this gorgeous picture book by Margaret Wild and Julie Vivas is the perfect picture book to facilitate discussions with students about life cycles, growing up, friendships, love and those all important first relationships with pets. A delightful … Continue reading