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English and Languages

Communication hinges largely on a child's ability to understand all types of language. Understanding language allows children to engage with others, express emotions and discover the world. Literacy resources play a central role in developing communication skills. Listening to stories, appreciating the alphabet and expressing ideas through sentences, encourages children to begin creating their own narratives. However, this isn't always a simple experience to develop. Through using charts, games, prompts and books, educators and children collaborate in learning languages and communication.

English and Languages

Alphabet Knowledge

Alphabet Activities

Listening, Speaking and Interacting

Phonemic Awareness

Jolly Phonics

Jolly Grammar


Sentence Building

Story Builder


Books: Infants

Books: Young Readers

Books: Primary Readers

Books with CDs

Big Books

Big Books and Accessories

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Texts


Geography and History

Handwriting Resources


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