About Natalie Clarke
I have taught in Australian Schools for over 20 years. Over the years, I have written numerous published children's stores and apps.
Entries by Natalie Clarke
Moodzie just loves to teach computer skills to students from year 1 to 6. Whether you are a teacher or a parent, here a awesome tips to help children to learning skills in ICT.
Moodzie would like to share some facts about one of the coolest and tallest animals in the world, which happen to be giraffes. Giraffes also known as the gentle giants of the jungle, happen to be incredibly large and tall, they are primarily located within the savannah region of Africa, where they are able to roam around freely in the open and free plains. Moodzie believes the most unique attribute about a giraffe, contributing to its long stature, would be the well-known long neck of the giraffe, as a good portion of the actual height of the giraffe is within the neck region.
A few years ago, I wrote a book to help students learn about endangered animals. With the help of dedicated staff at a Bat Hospital in far north Queensland, I was able to find out more about bats and their habitat. I would like to dedicate this story to Jennefer Maclean and the tiny bats that she saves and cares for at the Tolga Bat Hospital in Atherton, Australia. (www.tolgabathospital.org)
Moodzie believes that Tube Nosed bats are one of the planets most adorable creatures. Unfortunately due to a number of factors, they are becoming endangered.
Moodzie realizes that moving can be a very tough task for many, however, when one thinks about it there are many psychological benefits to moving.
As maybe sometimes, we as humans need to move and need a change of scenery, whether that be for personal or work-related reasons. Moodzie will explain on how to make the tough task of moving easier, and in fact, explain the psychological benefits of moving.
Moodzie loves soccer, because soccer does not only help Moodzie exert and keep active but also keeps Moodzie calm and happy. What are the benefits of watching and playing soccer for kids?
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