Why not check out ‘FTfs’!

Why not check out ‘FTfs’!

‘FOR TEACHERS for students’ (FTfs) is an Australian-owned education resources website, written by Australian teachers for Australian teachers.

Resources are quick and easy to access and use and, because we do not sell the resources, there is NO requirement to register – just download and begin using them in your classroom!

FTfs has been designed for busy educators who want fast and intuitive access to high-quality, Australian Curriculum-based materials.

You will also find a range of education resources on FTfs, and links from FTfs to resources produced by KESAB environmental solutions.

FTfs content sections include:

Themed curriculum support resources – education resources (units of work, lesson ideas, activity sheets and fact sheets for students) relating to more than 30 curriculum-appropriate topics.

Request free mailed resources – teachers can request free, hard-copy resources from our many wonderful contributors. The resources are posted to you by the contributor.

Education websites – Australian and International contributors that have education websites for teachers and students. It includes screen captures of education websites published by Australian contributors, or education sections on government or corporate websites, for teachers and students. ‘Go’ buttons take you directly to the website.

Interactives and videos – educational and fun, these interactives and videos are designed to support various topics relating to classroom teaching programs.

Templates and masters – various craft, mathematics, literacy, graphic organiser and general templates/masters ranging from lower primary through to primary/middle years learning levels. Teachers can click on the thumbnail images to view each document in full before printing.

Fun student activities – a variety of themed, fun activity sheets for fast finishers or to extend student learning.

Visit www.forteachersforstudents.com.au today to see the complete range of resources that have been developed for busy classroom teachers.

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