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    Kindergarten resources

    I never thought Id find myself posting in the teecher bit but here goes.

    A friend has started a teaching job and needs some stuff to make it look like hes actually teaching 2-4 year olds English. He's asked me to burn him some CD's of nursery rhymes and stuff so being the good mate I am I told him I'll get him a few CD's together to help him in his plight.

    Are there any torrent sites dedicated to teeching or does anyone know of a good kindergarten resource?

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvbot
    Are there any torrent sites dedicated to teeching
    not sure there are.

    but plenty of torrent stuff out there, google audio books, nursery rhymes, children's songs etc.

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    Already done a few searches but havent really turned up much.

    Are there any particular brands/series of stuff for teaching nippers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvbot
    Are there any particular brands/series of stuff for teaching nippers?

    dunno,

    try names like Roal dahl, enid blighton (spelling) Aesops fables etc.

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    The kids ages are sort of 2-4 so Im looking more for stuff like shapes, colours, abc I'd guess.

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    YouTube has heaps of that kind of stuff.
    YouTube - nursery rhymes songs



    Just install Real Player and you can download all the YouTube vids and burn them to disc.

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    Forgot this one, maths helps with English,doesn't it?

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    have lots of dvd's early learning stuff, shapes, colours, numbers, ABC, body vocab, opposites, animals etc. BBC award winners most of them.
    'Edutainment' is the buzz word I've heard.
    If you want, I'll burn and post when I get back to Thailand in a few days. PM me an address if you wish, cheers.

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    I use this website with my daughter who is in that age bracket try Learn to Read at Starfall - teaching comprehension and phonics it has some great stuff on there

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    Quote Originally Posted by pompeybloke View Post
    . BBC award winners most of them.
    'Edutainment' is the buzz word I've heard.
    I'll search torrents for BBC kids stuff, that should do the trick. Thanks all

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