The overarching mission for Learn From Play is to make teaching enjoyable and learning fun.
This site is an amalgamation of a number of other teaching resource sites. It combines Math ‘N’ Movement and Bloomsmath to offer a holistic approach to Math education that is enriching and also physical. It also provides teachers and teacher librarians with a one stop site for all their literacy needs for teaching students about the latest short stories and novels for young readers.
You will also find inspirational and educational posters, games, challenges and some entire units of work to help you in your classroom.
To make teaching easy and learning fun!
To allow every student to learn at the optimum level.
To create a site for teachers and teacher librarian’s that has unique book resources that are fun for students and easy for teachers.
About The Learn From Play Team
LEARN FROM PLAY FOUNDER & EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CREATOR
B.TEACH, B.ED (HONS), M.ED (SPECIAL ED), M.ED (TL)
Rachel lives in NSW Australia and has been teaching for over 20 years. She has spent many years in special education and as a teacher librarian in Australia and the UK. From this she knows the challenges of engaging a wide range of students and their individual needs. Her dream has always been to create resources full time and connect with fellow educators around the world who are similarly passionate about education.
LEARN FROM PLAY CO-FOUNDER & TEACHERS FILM SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR
B.Creative Industries, Dip. Screen & Media
Paddy is a co-founder of Learn From Play and the genius behind any of the videos on the site. He is employed full time as an Educational Officer and has taught thousands of students over his 20 year educational career. He is the mastermind behind Teacher's Film School and provides all the tech reviews for Learn From Play. If that wasn't enough he is also the author of the book Toby and The Misunderstood Crocodile and How To Choose A Brilliant Career for help slightly older children and adults trying to find their passion in life.
What Kids Say
Don’t take it from me - let these students tell how much they enjoy Math ‘N’ Movement.