Learning to Become Socially Talented Children by Karen Palmer-Roach, Rebecca Childs
  

Synopsis

Learning to Become Socially Talented Children by Karen Palmer-Roach, Rebecca Childs

This resource includes more than 70 worksheets to make social and emotional learning fun! This resource uses exciting graphics, games and activities to engage and stimulate children in the learning process. It deals with a wide range of issues that affect children today including: introducing me; I feel good about me; getting to know my body; feelings; anger; ways to help me manage my behaviour; calm and chilled; communication; friendship; concentration; classroom behaviour; mind your manners; and, sort it out. These worksheets are an excellent tool for generating discussion, promoting positive role modelling, and developing greater insight and understanding. This resource complements and supports the SEAL curriculum. It includes a free CD Rom from which whole book can be printed in colour. It is suitable for ages 5-11.

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What a lovely book... pupil interactive, requiring a response from the child and it's fun activities Clare Matheson, Primary School Teacher

About the Author

Karen Palmer-Roach & Rebecca Childs have 19 years' experience of working with children, in both social and educational settings. In recent years, they have specialised in the area of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) and are currently working for the Primary Behaviour Support Service in Portsmouth.

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Format

Spiral bound
254 pages

Author

Karen Palmer-Roach, Rebecca Childs
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Publisher


www.speechmark.net

Publication date

28th January 2008

ISBN

9780863886751


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