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  • Tyvek Wristbands - Helping to Make Your Event Colourful!

    Are you organising an event or festival for your club? Perhaps you want to host a music festival, spring fair or sporting competition in your area? Maybe you are planning your local school’s fund raiser? There are many things you need to consider. First there’s the venue. Also the marketing and logo design. Then the naming the event. Ticketing is also a prime concern. You will need to decide whether to restrict people from areas. For example, children near alcohol.

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    Monitoring of event goers is important to comply with laws such as licensing regulations. Also, it is important to separate sections for security and restricted access reasons. You will also need to identify those who have paid their tickets.

    All these factors require good crowd control. How to identify and classify people is a key part of the success of the event. Or otherwise!

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  • Fabric Wristbands for a Summer to Remember

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    As the weather turns warmer and we see the festival season approaching, you may be wondering how branded fabric wristbands can he
    lp you to maximise the marketing potential of your outdoor event.
    You may not know it, but branded wristbands can be an extremely useful marketing tool. They are an effective means of broadcasting your message, displaying your slogan, or otherwise communicating whatever marketing message your organisation wishes to spread. And aside from being a powerful visual marketing tool, fabric wristband bracelets also boast other benefits, making them the obvious choice for your event. Let’s take a look at some of these benefits now:

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  • Times Table Wristbands and Tips for Mathematics Teachers

    times table wristbandsIf you’re like most mathematics teachers, you may have a challenge on your hands when you teach the times tables. Rote learning—or writing endless facts over and over—just won’t cut it for most of your students. Here are some tips that can help you reach students of varied learning styles and abilities:

    Set Measurable Goals

    First of all, set measurable goals. When you offer a big prize to students who learn all of their times tables from 1 to 12 in a given amount of time, it may motivate a few gifted students. But how do you reach those for whom learning the entire set of multiplication facts seems like an insurmountable task? Teach the times tables by breaking them up into easily learned chunks. The most logical way: teach one family of multiplication facts at a time.

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  • I Love Rhino: The Power of Wristbands

    Most eleven-year-old birthday parties are a little different than the one hosted by Jules Murray. While most youngsters are inviting friends over for jelly and ice cream, Jules was amassing a team of artists, ready to help save Africa’s endangered rhinos.

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    Jules is a South African living in Hong Kong, but her wristband-based fundraising campaign is already making waves as far afield as Australia. Her fundraising activities began when she brought her schoolyard chums together to paint portraits to auction off to raise proceeds for endangered African rhinos.

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  • Say No to Racism: Why Education and Awareness are Necessary in Our Schools

    National Reconciliation Week may have drawn to a close, but the fight against racism continues. The idea of these kinds of events is not just to provide a focus point for efforts to combat racism and to encourage tolerance and integration within society, but to highlight the need for ongoing awareness.

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    The struggle against racism cannot be won in a day or even a week. Instead, it is won over time, by educating the next generation and by reinforcing attitudes of acceptance and unification across the board. When an event like National Reconciliation Week comes to an end for another year, this is the time in which
    we should be galvanising our efforts and re-emphasising the importance of saying no to racism every day, not just for one week out of 52.

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