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Welcome To edextras Term 1 2019

Welcome back to edextras for another year!

It is amazing how a short break can reenergise and refocus you, ready for the educational year ahead. I certainly feel this way after spending the summer lazing around the house scrolling Instagram for inspiration and gorging on Christmas left overs. How was your holiday break?

This year the team at Educational Experience have taken things up a level with more focus, more energy and more emphasis than ever on educational outcomes for children. In this edition of edextras, Easter becomes an educational haven through lifecycles, colour matching and numeracy focuses and Mother’s Day becomes a learning fiesta with elements of diversity and the ever-changing family unit.

Finally, and perhaps what I am so excited to see, is a dedicated and holistic focus on beautiful natural resources across the whole resource offering! From furniture where the new ed and cate™ soft edge furniture range highlights natural wood grain finishes to dramatic play where the new Dantoy Bioplastic range is made from a sugar cane composition- the perfect ecofriendly option!

There is only one thing left to do educators of Australia – turn the page and start the journey with edextras in 2019!

Until the next edition, enjoy reading and remember to never stop learning.


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