ALL OF THE DREAMERS PREMIERE!
We're very excited at the thought of our new single ALL OF THE DREAMERS premiering this morning! Listen out to breakfast radio tomorrow to hear it first, or visit our Myspace page from 9am.
If you like our little slice of rock 'n roll, you'll be able to pre-order the single from 12.01am Friday morning. As a special thanks for getting in early, you'll go into the draw to win:
- Flights for one winner and a friend to Auckland
- Two night's accommodation in Auckland
- Two tickets to see Powderfinger perform live
All you need to do is SMS your name and email to 1999 44 87 to pre-order "ALL OF THE DREAMERS" and go in the draw to win! SMS cost $2 including GST.* You'll receive your single on October 16th. 5th Finger Pty Ltd. Terms and Conditions are available here. Marketing messages from Powderfinger may be sent via SMS.
We're very excited that you'll finally hear ALL OF THE DREAMERS very shortly, and we hope you love it as much as we do!
Jonay (23 April 2016 17:55:38)
- Worednful post but I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this subject? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Thanks!
Natuki (24 October 2015 09:37:20)
This approach is great exepct and I totally agree in allowing children to stretch this part of their development .However,what about the parents who don't use this philosophy at home and do not do any kind of stimulating natural learning? The child is planted front of the tv or video game and the parents have no real one on one interaction on a personal level. There are also parents focused on bringing home enough income to provide the basics to feed and clothe their children. They have to do this by working two jobs and are exhausted when they get home. Then there are the parents who just don't care about spending time motivating and challenging their children during their time at home. There is no structure, rules or accountability.The homework would not get done regardless, but the child is not given opportunities to expand his/her depths of those important non academic that are essential to children's total development.All of this is good in theory, however it does not always happen in real life. Regardless if the teacher gives homework or not.