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Superflex® Takes on Glassman and the Team of Unthinkables

Written by Stephanie Madrigal and Michelle Garcia Winner Illustrated by Kelly Knopp In Superflex® Takes on Glassman and the Team of Unthinkables, our Super Social Thinker swoops down to help Aiden overcome the Unthinkable, Glassman (who causes our over-reactions to small things) at just the right time: the first day of school! Superflex, the caped cognitive specialist, shows primary school students how they can use strategies to conquer their own "Team of Unthinkables," like Glassman...

£22.20
Superflexible Me! Superflex Cape

Defeat those clever Unthinkables in style, and discover your hero inside! The Superflexible Me Superflex Cape provides a fun way to help kids remember to use their superflexible thinking anytime, anywhere and call upon the strategies they’re learning about in Superflex® A Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum. Superflex is the superflexible thinking superhero that lives inside each of us and helps us work through our social challenges. The “Superflexible Me!” message reinforces the idea that...

£18.00
Talking in Pictures

Author: Beverley ThirkellThis resource provides practical and visual counselling techniques for children and adolescents across the age range. The techniques remove the need for wordy explanations and long conversation, while giving opportunities for children and adolescents to explore their thoughts and feelings, many of whom may find it hard to express themselves. This resource is particularly helpful for those with social and communication disorders, language problems, autism spectrum...

£27.27
Tasks Galore – Set Of All Five Resource Books + Board Book
Authors: Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey, Beth ReynoldsSet includes:Tasks Galore Early EducationTasks Galore For The Real WorldTasks Galore Making Groups MeaningfulTasks Galore Let’s PlayTasks Galore Literature Based Thematic UnitsChildren’s Board BookTasks Galore Publishing Inc. was created to provide parents and professionals with practical tools that will aid their children and students to become more independent in school and in society. These tools emphasise structured teaching...
£245.20
Tasks Galore: Book 1 (Yellow) – Early Education
Authors: Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey, Beth ReynoldsTasks Galore – Book 1 (Yellow) – Early EducationCreative ideas for Teachers, Therapists and Parents working with exceptional childrenFull-colour pictorial series of multi-modal tasks used in programs for children with autismApplicable to any early education or learning environmentThis book is the first book in the delightful Tasks Galore series. It takes a look at developing tasks that address skills across curriculum areas:Fine...
£44.80
Tasks Galore: Book 3 (Blue): Making Groups Meaningful

Authors: Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey, Beth ReynoldsTasks Galore: Book 3 (Blue): Making Groups MeaningfulThis book aids teachers, parents and therapists in applying structured teaching techniques within classroom groups, school specials and even parties!Designing meaningful home and school group activities involve integrating IEP goals, individualising structure and communication and teaching rules.Tasks Galore Publishing Inc. was created to provide parents and professionals with...

£52.00
Tasks Galore: Book 4 (Green): Let’s Play

Authors: Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey, Beth ReynoldsTasks Galore – Book 4 (Green) – Let’s Play – Structured Steps to Social Engagement and Symbolic PlayTasks Galore Let’s Play, the fourth book in the popular resource series for parents, teachers, and therapists, utilises play as the program for learning. There is more and more evidence that direct teaching of play skills can increase young children’s symbolic understanding and, thus, have an impact on their imitation, language,...

£62.40
Tasks Galore: Book 5 (Grey): Literature-Based Thematic Units

Authors: Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell, Kathy Hearsey, Beth ReynoldsTasks Galore: Book 5 (Grey): Literature-Based Thematic Units (includes accompanying boardbook: I’m Hungry, I’m Hungry, What shall I do?)The fifth book in the popular resource series for parents, teachers, and therapists, integrates instruction across core curriculum areas by utilising multi-sensory learning.Using the accompanying storybook as a guide for creating literature-based thematic units, the authors have designed...

£68.80
Teaching Children Empathy, the Social Emotion (with CD)

By Tonia Caselman Helping children develop greater empathy-related awareness and skills can help prevent negative social behaviours such as bullying, meanness and alienation. Empathy is a fundamental social emotion because it brings a sense of emotional connection to others. It is this awareness that is not only basic to all healthy relationships; it is the root of prosocial behaviour, altruism, kindness and peace. Empathy has cognitive, affective and behavioural components that can be learned...

£29.20
Teaching Gifted Learners Book A

by Frances HillGifted and talented individuals possess the attributes and abilities to enrich their own lives and to make a valuable contribution to the knowledge society. This potential can be maximised by the provision of a tailored education which provides the scope and balance which gifted students crave. The perception that gifted students will achieve, regardless of the educational provision, because of their innate abilities, still lingers. International research, however, points to the...

£14.00
Teaching Gifted Learners Book B

by Frances HillGifted and talented individuals possess the attributes and abilities to enrich their own lives and to make a valuable contribution to the knowledge society. This potential can be maximised by the provision of a tailored education which provides the scope and balance which gifted students crave. The perception that gifted students will achieve, regardless of the educational provision, because of their innate abilities, still lingers. International research, however, points to the...

£14.00
Teaching Gifted Learners Book C

by Frances HillGifted and talented individuals possess the attributes and abilities to enrich their own lives and to make a valuable contribution to the knowledge society. This potential can be maximised by the provision of a tailored education which provides the scope and balance which gifted students crave. The perception that gifted students will achieve, regardless of the educational provision, because of their innate abilities, still lingers. International research, however, points to the...

£14.00
Teaching Gifted Learners Book D

by Frances HillGifted and talented individuals possess the attributes and abilities to enrich their own lives and to make a valuable contribution to the knowledge society. This potential can be maximised by the provision of a tailored education which provides the scope and balance which gifted students crave. The perception that gifted students will achieve, regardless of the educational provision, because of their innate abilities, still lingers. International research, however, points to the...

£14.00
Teaching Students with ADHD

by Paula GaleyThis comprehensive 100-page photocopiable book provides support materials for teachers working with students who have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It takes an inclusive approach and is based on the belief that all students are equal members of the school community and that schools have a responsibility to enhance the learning opportunities of all students, including those with special educational needs. The book is divided into ten sections that support work in...

£21.80
Teaching Students with ADHD *SECONDS*
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THIS ITEM IS DISCOUNTED AS IT HAS BEEN DAMAGED, SCUFFED, CREASED OR DENTED IN TRANSIT OR IN THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS. THIS ITEM IS PERFECTLY USABLE BUT WILL HAVE SOME COSMETIC DAMAGE.RETURNS WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE FOR THIS ITEM by Paula GaleyThis comprehensive 100-page photocopiable book provides support materials for teachers working with students who have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It takes an inclusive approach and is based on the belief that all students are equal...

£21.80
£15.26
Teaching Thinking Skills in the Primary Years

A Whole School Approach By Michael Pohl The explicit teaching of thinking skills is acknowledged as an important element in developing students' thinking capacity. This book gives teachers a manageable framework for empowering students with thinking skills - the ability to reason, to make informed judgements, to critically evaluate information and to think creatively. Through well directed modules on methods such as Six Thinking Hats, brainstorming, questioning techniques, thinking keys, graphic...

£20.40
The A to Z of Special Needs

Author: Anne VizeThis indispensable reference title provides 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. It focuses on disabilities and conditions that exist from birth or which present during the early to middle childhood phase (up to the end of primary school).The ‘red flags’ are a pointer to critical information that you may not...

£26.82
The Amazing Remote Control Self-Regulation Program

By Lori Ann CopelandThis companion guide provides a series of 10 lesson topics with more than 50 activities and handouts to help children learn self-regulation and impulse control skills. The program features fun and memorable lessons with activities that teach concepts and skills children can apply to their day-to-day lives. These lessons can be presented to children in classrooms and small groups or to individuals who may need more intensive help with self-control issues. The digital files...

£29.20
The Boy with a Different Brain

Written by Brooke RossIllustrated by Skye McBainWritten 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).Through descriptions of everyday situations and some of the more common ASD quirks, the narrator seeks to break down the stigma associated with ASD and build upon their friend’s very unique set of strengths,...

£11.36
The Drama Llama

By Susan Bowman Many children can relate to others stirring up drama or being overly dramatic themselves. In this story Drama Llama always stirred up trouble among her animal friends. She liked to spread rumours and gossip and start trouble between the other animals. Eventually the other animals catch on to who is starting all the rumours and they stop talking to the Drama Llama. She then becomes very sad and lonely until some of her former friends confront her about her behaviour. They let her...

£13.20

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