Classroom Essentials
Africa - Political & Physical Map
R 59
Classroom Essentials
Animal Cells
R 59
Classroom Essentials
Area
R 59
Educo - Speech
Build Together
R 1,146
CE - Foundation Phase
Currency of South Africa
R 59
CE - Geometry & Maths
Geometric Shapes Poster
R 59
CE-Botany
Germination
R 59
CE - Science & Chemistry
Handy Science Experiments - Light
R 100
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CONVENTIONAL EDUCATION

Conventional Education. “Education is not filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.” – William Butler Yeats In most countries, it is now compulsory for all children from 5 years of age (Grade R) to attend school until Grade 9 (14 years old); and to receive formal education based upon the educational policy set down by that government. Childrens House brings you valuable aids to assist the teacher in lighting the fire of curiosity in children working through the various syllabuses after all……. “Every child deserves a champion, an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.” – Rita Pierson

TODDLER

Motor Play
Puzzle Play
Build & Play

PRESCHOOL

Activities of Everyday Living
Build & Play
Creativity Play
Language Play
Mathematical Play
Motor Skills Development
Puzzle Play

JUNIOR PRIMARY

Geography
Geometry
Literacy
Measuring
Numeracy
Science

SENIOR PRIMARY

Algebra
Chemistry
Geography
Geometry
History
Language
Mathematics
Physics

TOWER

Little Scientist
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