THRASS is an acronym for Teaching Handwriting Reading & Spelling Skills. It is a teaching method aimed at building a solid foundational understanding of literacy. THRASS works on the idea that to gain a working knowledge of how language behaves we must understand the process behind word building. Literacy teaching methods have changed over the years and various models have been
The Government has been moving towards making vaccination mandatory across the Nation, introducing the No Jab No Pay, and No Jab No Play policies, to encourage parents to immunise their children No Jab No Play legislation has been implemented with some variation between states. In Victoria and New South Wales, the policy states that a child who has not been vaccinated
ToBeMe has researched the importance of a library in a child’s life and have extracted parts of a paper entitled “Library preschool storytimes: Developing early literacy skills in children” by Judy MacLean ADTED 458 – Dr. Sheila Sherow Summer 2008. Judy MacLean talks about the benefits of a library. She refers to a “public library” as many children do not
Speech disorders are becoming increasingly common in children.
ToBeMe’s CEO, Rob Yeldon, and Educational Leader, Emma Parle, spoke with Education Today
Understanding the Child Care Rebate can be confusing at times.
ToBeMe Early Learning was proud to be showcased on Channel 9’s Today show on 20th April.
Building self-identity starts early. Children will begin asking questions about themselves and wondering what makes them special from an early age.