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Everyday English - Book B

- Consolidating Values Through Everyday Communication -by Peter Clutterbuck The three books in the Everyday English series bring new teaching activities, relevant to the English curriculum and easy to implement in class work. Structured in two forms of approach to communication - one social/cognitive and the other practical - the books cover three ascendant levels of skills and values, from the lower to the senior Primary. As the series advances, the stories gain more detail, their meanings...

£13.80
Everyday English - Book C

- Consolidating Values Through Everyday Communication -by Peter Clutterbuck The three books in the Everyday English series bring new teaching activities, relevant to the English curriculum and easy to implement in class work. Structured in two forms of approach to communication - one social/cognitive and the other practical - the books cover three ascendant levels of skills and values, from the lower to the senior Primary. As the series advances, the stories gain more detail, their...

£13.80
EYE Power - Learning to Use the Power of Your Eyes - Volume One | An Activity and Colouring Book

An Activity and Colouring BookBy Kim Gallo and Julie AnnebergSocial learning made fun! Zeebu has created an activity book to help your child/student become a social thinker! Let Zeebu help your child/student to recognise emotions, play interactive social games, improve social awareness, and think about what others are thinking. Help Zeebu through his day by identifying what he is thinking and placing these thoughts in his thought bubble! This 40 page activity and colouring book includes:...

£8.60
EYE Power - Learning to Use the Power of Your Eyes - Volume Two | An Activity and Colouring Book

An Activity and Colouring Book By Kim Gallo and Julie AnnebergWith Eye Power 2, your child or student will continue to think socially with Zeebu! Explore thinking about others in a fun, engaging way. This interactive 40 page activity book contains coloring pages, filling in thought bubbles, dot to dots, and stickers. Concepts covered include: My Eyes Look At What I Am Thinking About and My Face Shows How I Feel. Others May or May Not Have the Same Thoughts That I Do. My Eyes Can Tell Me What...

£8.60
Fair Play! Classroom Games (1-20) Book A

by Peter Clutterbuck Fair Play! Classroom Games is an essential two book resource series for classroom teachers and teacher aides. The games have been designed for use with pairs, small groups or teams of students. Alternatively they can be used by a classroom support person who is working on developing social interaction skills with individual students. Other skills targeted cover listening, following instructions and team work. Each game acts as a reinforcement for a number of basic literacy,...

£14.60
Fair Play! Classroom Games (21-40) Book B

by Peter Clutterbuck Fair Play! Classroom Games is an essential two book resource series for classroom teachers and teacher aides. The games have been designed for use with pairs, small groups or teams of students. Alternatively they can be used by a classroom support person who is working on developing social interaction skills with individual students. Other skills targeted cover listening, following instructions and team work. Each game acts as a reinforcement for a number of basic literacy,...

£14.60
Finding Your Way with Drama

By Susan Battye Finding Your Way with Drama provides students with an introduction to working with drama in a way that will encourage personal growth as well as teach a range of dramatic skills. It has been designed to build the confidence of students who are just starting out in drama. The focus of this book is on nine fun workshop activities that cover: making friends, telling stories, building characters in drama, and working with movement and music. Much of the methodology in this resource...

£13.80
Finding Your Way with Listening

By Jennifer Loughton Listening is an often neglected area of language study and exploration. Because it is seen primarily as a receptive mode there can seem to be little ‘mileage’ in making it a focus of dynamic teaching and learning in the English classroom. However this book and the accompaniment Finding Your Way with Speaking dispel this idea. Jennifer Loughton has gathered ideas and developed activities which have been designed to support teaching and learning about listening as a language...

£13.80
Finding Your Way with Plays

By Susan Battye This photocopiable resource book provides a structured and informative approach to teaching and learning about the reading, writing and workshopping of plays. It has a particular emphasis on the process of playwriting. Sections include: Reading plays effectively and presenting a moved reading The conventions of playwriting and theatre conventions Using journals for scripting, reflecting and evaluating Text, sub-text and creating frameworks Style and genre Approaches to staging...

£13.80
Finding Your Way with Poetry

By Elody Rathgen Finding Your Way With Poetry has been written in two distinct parts. The first part focuses on building students’ confidence in the reading of poetry through process-based work. The second part focuses on students writing their own poems. Featured poems have accompanying illustrations and each page is well-structured, with a ‘write-on’ format. Students are guided through a series of language activities designed to develop skill and increase self-confidence. Language activities...

£13.80
Finding Your Way with Speaking

By Jennifer Loughton In Finding Your Way with Speaking teacher, Jennifer Loughton, has gathered ideas and activities which have been designed to support teaching and learning about oral language - its structure, its power, its development, its inconsistencies and its idiosyncrasies. As English teachers, we have a special responsibility to create a language environment within which our students can develop effective and creative oral communication skills. Finding Your Way with Speaking frames an...

£13.80
Finding Your Way with Writing

By Pauline Scanlan Finding Your Way with Writing is a structured but flexible resource book that provides teachers with strategies for teaching writing more effectively. Activities focus particularly on building students’ confidence in writing as well as helping them to become competent responders in writing groups. Finding Your Way with Writing contains both teacher support and student activity pages that have been designed to help create a successful writing environment. It can be used to fit...

£13.80
First Steps to Social Success

Teaching Children Critical Social Skills By Diane Senn It is critically important that children learn fundamental social skills during their elementary school years. This book and CD provides a unique set of lessons for helping children learn skills and insights they need for creating and maintaining positive relationships with others. Direct teaching and reinforcement of these lessons helps provide children with information and practice that will help bolster their positive social-emotional...

£28.60
Foam Rubber Social Thinking Brain

Foam Rubber Think Social Brain
The Rubber Dimensions: 3" x 2" x 2" Students enjoy squeezing the small, blue foam rubber brains as the brains encourage them to think more flexibly and abstractly about the size of their problems and the choices they are making. Used in lessons that encourage flexible thinking, including those in the comic book curriculum Superflex and Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME, the brains offer a fun way to inspire our students to think about their social thinking and...

£4.08
Four Posters for the Classroom and Treatment Room

By Michelle Garcia Winner NEW designs and content promote greater learning! The idea for our Social Thinking posters came from repeated requests by educators for explicit visual information they could use in the classroom to reinforce some of our core Social Thinking concepts. Teaching in a classroom requires that students not only attend to what they are learning but also be actively engaged in appropriate social behavior for that environment. These posters help keep that learning on track by...

£48.96
From Your Point of View

Activities that Help to Develop Empathy By Naomi Roche This photocopiable resource supports students to understand complex situations through other people’s eyes. Having good relationships and empathy with others are founded on this important skill. This book encourages students to think about events from other perspectives, look at people’s motivations and consider the consequences of actions. The book is focused around five themes. Each theme contains a story told from three points of view....

£16.40
Handbook for Helping Kids with Anxiety and Stress

Featuring tips for grown-ups who work with kids & 34 practical strategies and activities for the kids themselves By Kim (Tip) Frank This book provides a collection of practical easy-to-follow tips and activities to help kids with various types of fears, anxieties and phobias. The first section of the book includes insights, hints and suggestions for helping professionals and parents who are working to help kids learn to cope with their anxiety and stress. The second section is for kids...

£16.40
Helping Young People Learn Self-Regulation - with CD

By Brad Chapin Lessons, Activities and Worksheets for Teaching the Essentials of Responsible Decision-Making and Self-Control Self-regulation includes a universal set of skills necessary for academic success, emotional control and healthy social interaction. With this single resource you will be able to address children's anger problems, academic performance challenges, anxieties, school safety issues, self-esteem, social skills and much more. From the creator of the popular web-based Challenge...

£28.60
High on the  Spectrum

High on the Spectrum: Asperger's, High Functioning Autism, and Related Personalities By Mike Paget, M.Ed., and Kim "Tip" Frank, Ed.S., LPC A Guidebook for educators helping young people maximise strengths and manage weaknessesThere has been a "failure to launch" youth with Asperger's into functional adult living. Consider the facts that only 3% of adults with Asperger's Syndrome live independently and only 12% are gainfully employed. This guidebook is for educators helping...

£18.80
How Do I Stand In Your Shoes?

A Story and Worksheets About Empathy By Brad Chapin Miranda Peabody had no patience for the other students in class and just didn't understand why they couldn't be as smart and talented as she was. Her teacher Mrs Klemp suggested that she try to understand other people by 'standing in their shoes.' After much searching she learns the true meaning of 'standing in someone else's shoes' and having empathy for others. This full-colour illustrated storybook for ages 4-10 includes discussion questions...

£12.20

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