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This Superb Social Skills in the Classroom series aims to encourage critical social skills in children from the ages of 5 to 10 years.
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Although developing appropriate social skills is a challenging task for any child, every teacher knows that many children in the classroom require further support and instruction. This Superb Social Skills in the Classroom series aims to encourage critical social skills in children from the ages of 5 to 10 years. Its activities provide children with structured learning opportunities to play and practise social skills they have learnt. Topics covered include friendship, decision-making, self-esteem, routines and dealing with school life.
Put superb social skills within reach of children in your classroom. This series will help them to develop critical and more sophisticated social strategies and stronger relationships. Associated activities provide children with structured learning opportunities to play and practise newly learnt social skills that will set them up to succeed in many different social situations. Topics include friendship, decision-making, self-esteem, routines and dealing with school life.
Book 1: Ages 5 to 7
Book 2: Ages 8 to 10
Ages: 5-8 (Lower Primary), Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary)
The goal of this book is to provide teachers, early childhood professionals and others in education settings with accurate and timely information about a wide range of disabilities and special or additional needs which can exist in childhood.
The Special Needs in the Classroom series shows you how, with everything you need from vital background knowledge on developmental stages to practical activities to build the student’s confidence and competence with literacy or numeracy. Choose a book option below to LOOK INSIDE:
Off We Go books are beautifully illustrated, engaging social storybooks for children that explain ‘what comes next’ on an outing. They are designed to help children to get through the task sequentially making it easier for them. The colourful books are very suitable for children with autism or other social communication difficulties and indeed as an EAL resource.
Written from the perspective of an eight-year-old child, The Boy with a Different Brain offers readers a beautifully honest and uncensored account of exactly what it feels like to be friends with a person with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
As children work through the units in this Thinking About Me and Us series they develop and strengthen key higher-order processes especially creative, reflective and critical thinking.
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Written by highly experienced educators, Sally Sneddon and Anne Pettit, this book will assist educators, managers and coordinators in all kinds of education and care settings for young children to embed sustainability in everyday teaching.
STEM Detectives is a practical photographic resource to encourage and guide educators to identify the STEM happening in children’s play, as well as develop the skills and understanding to support and encourage a deeper level of exploration and discovery.
A Sense of Wonder explores the possibilities for experiencing science in early childhood settings, together with practical ideas to inspire early childhood educators and pre-service students.
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