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I’m Laurane Rae, founder of the educational website, Teach2Tell and I’m thankful to you for stopping by.

My teaching tenure has given me the opportunity to teach students at Primary (Elementary), Upper Primary (Middle School), and yes – even Secondary (High School).

Other than being a Primary School teacher in Melbourne, Australia, I also tutor students to sit selective school examinations.

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Teach2Tell began back in 2014 when I shared the resources that I designed for my class on the Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) site. 

My resources feature both British English and US spellings. You will find resources pertaining to Literacy (ELA), Numeracy (math), Social Studies, and Science.

To unwind after a busy day, I love to potter around in the garden. I find it fascinating to see things grow when they are truly cared for. 

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I also enjoy nature strolls and spending time with my fur babies. They keep me on my toes always.

You’ll often see us running at 4.30 am – free – they, without their leashes, as the paths are deserted at that blissful time of day.

Sometimes we’ll even take the train with my teacher bestie and go exploring. They love all the attention!

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I live by the motto ‘Live Life Like There’s No Tomorrow’ – after all life is short and should be lived to its fullest!

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The inspiration for everything I design has been my fabulous students – without them, I could never be the teacher or curriculum designer I am.

I consider it a privilege to be a part of your educational journey and it is my sincere hope that my teaching resources will be as useful to your students as they are to mine.

All my best,


From My Classroom To Yours

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