Students at the Mount Isa Special School have been gifted some new learning tools just before school holidays begin.
The tools are thanks to DeadlyScience, which is a project that is aimed to provide science books and early reading material to remote schools in Australia.
Curriculum coordinator Hannah Hammond said DeadlyScience sent them a microscope, heaps of books and emotion cards.
"The new gear has been great and we have been using it for literacy, science, space and much more," Ms Hammond said.
"We also use the cards everyday for things like maths, English or feelings."
Ms Hammond said tomorrow was the beginning of school holidays so the kids were excited to get a break.
"Post Covid things have been really good, we have had to introduce some new rules like maintaining the 1.5 metre distance at all times and always keeping caution.
"There hasn't been any rule changed put on the kids though which is nice."
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