Educational Publishers Directory
Toitoi Media Limited publishes Toitoi: A Journal for Young Writers and Artists. Toitoi is a quarterly journal of writing and art by New Zealand children ages 5-13. We also provide Teacher Support Materials for every issue of the journal.
EduMaxi is a New Zealand owned independent publisher as well as an education consultancy that specializes in the planning and development of innovative learning and development solutions.
Our multi-award winning Te Reo Singalong series (http://www.tereosingalong.co.nz) currently has 25 titles available as well as an online school subscription model (http://www.tereosingalong.online) and all books in interactive digital format.
We also provide supplementary curriculum and teacher support materials to teachers in NZ and internationally through User Friendly Resources https://www.userfriendlyresources.co.nz/. Most resources are blackline masters and come with a photocopiable license.
Edify can provide outstanding print and digital content and solutions to support outstanding outcomes for learners. We are active at every level of the curriculum from Early Childhood education through to Post-Graduate. We are a New Zealand owned and operated company representing Pearson, a global powerhouse of innovation and excellence in educational services and solutions.
At Essential Resources it is our unequivocal aim to make teachers’ working lives easier by producing innovative, high-quality publications that are designed for today’s learning environment. Our practical resources support teachers to teach effectively and in a way that challenges students to develop critical thinking skills and strong problem-solving strategies to equip them for a today’s fast-paced, changing world.
Scholastic New Zealand Limited is one of New Zealand’s largest publishers and distributors of children’s books. Founded in 1962, the company publishes 30–40 titles annually, aimed at all levels, from preschool to young adult. Locally published titles are actively promoted overseas, initially through the international Scholastic group.