Do you say ‘Well Done!’ or should you be saying ‘Shaabaash!’, ‘Bhalo!’ or ‘Dobrze!’?
How much nicer to be praised in your own language
The Treasure Box provides multicultural resources for school children and has recently introduced a series of bi-lingual stickers and stampers to their range of general teaching stampers, puppets and resources.
They are perfect for recognising a child's achievements and for sharing these achievements with their parents. They are also ideal resources to help broaden the horizons of mono-lingual, English-speakers.
"No child should be expected to cast off the language and culture of the home as he crosses the school threshold, nor to live and act as though school and home represent two totally separate and different cultures which have to be kept firmly apart.", Bullock Report (1975)
Your next step is... stampers back in stock.
NEW design. Even better if... stampers.
Please visit the assessment stamper page for details.
Assessment Stampers and Resources
A smiley face stamper without a smile?
These self assessment stampers have become one of our best sellers. They allow children to assess their own work ~ adding smiles, straight lines or wiggly lines depending on how they rate their own work. Click hereto visit this page and to download a free set of classroom posters and Self Assessment fans.
Fantastic NEW Puppet Ranges
Perfect for encouraging speaking and Listening, PSHE or just a bit ofFUN!
Check out our new Storytelling and Groovy Mosters puppet ranges.
Click here to see the complete range.
NEW Set of 8 Marking Stampers
An excellent set of classroom stampers that you probably be used every day.
per set of 8 - less than £3 each!