/Dyspraxia/DCD
  • Fine Motor Skills-0 Fine Motor Skills-0
    This book of photocopiable activities contains materials that are carefully differentiated in order to aid progression in fine motor control, pencil skills, and hand-eye coordination.
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    Co-ordination Difficulties, Practical Ways Forward by Michele G. Lee-0 Co-ordination Difficulties, Practical Ways Forward by Michele G. Lee-0
    This book provides a straighforward explanation of different co-ordination difficulties. Checklists are provided for accurate assessment and time saving phocopiable questionnaires and proformas are included.
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    Get Physical-0 Get Physical-0

    Get Physical

    £22.99 £19.50
    This book, by Lois Addy, is subtitled, 'An inclusive therapeutic P.E. programme to develop motor skills'. It covers the Key Stage 1 National Curriculum programme of study for games and gymnastics.
  • Take Ten-0 Take Ten-0

    Take Ten

    £16.50
    Take Ten - fine motor skills activities
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    Building Blocks for Learning Occupational Therapy Approaches-0 Building Blocks for Learning Occupational Therapy Approaches-0
    This is a highly practical resource for the primary years. The reader is guided through the process of - observing a child's performance in class - identifying areas of foundation skills requiring attention - planning programms to develop foundation skills - implementing classroom strategies - resourcing equipment for interventions
  • How to increase the potential of students with DCD (DYSPRAXIA) in Secondary School-0 How to increase the potential of students with DCD (DYSPRAXIA) in Secondary School-0
    This book provides an insight into how DCD may affect students at Key Stages 3 and 4 and offers a range of practical strategies for supporting them. It also considers post-16 and vocational needs.
  • Speed up-0 Speed up-0

    Speed up

    £14.99
    This book by Lois Addy is subtitled 'A kinaesthetic programme to develop fluent handwriting. It consists of a tried and tested programme designed specifically for children aged 8 -13, whose handwriting is slow, illegible or lacking fluency. Poor handwriting hinders many children's progress - right across the curriculum. Unfortunately, most handwriting schemes do little to help older children who are struggling with this vital skill. In just 8 weekly sessions, Speed up goes to the root of writing difficulties by developing kinaesthetic awareness through multisensory activity and exercise.
  • Developing Co-ordination-0 Developing Co-ordination-0
    This is just one of the books in the 'Differentiating for Inclusion' series. It targets seven key areas of challenge for children with development and co-ordination disorder ( dyspraxia). Helpful checklists and practical advice for creating classrooms suitable for children with co-ordination difficulties make this an ideal resource of the busy classroom teacher.
  • How to Understand and Support Children with Dyspraxia-0 How to Understand and Support Children with Dyspraxia-0
    This book is an invaluable resource for teachers, teaching assistants and therapists working with children with dyspraxia. It is written in a clear and accessible style and includes a wealth of ideas and practical strategies to help across the curriculum.
  • Sensory Circuits-0 Sensory Circuits-0
    This book by Jane Jarwood provides a practical guide to setting up your own Sensory Circuit programmes for children with poor concentration, fidgeting, excessive physical contact or overall lethargy. Sensory Circuits are a great way to energise or settle children into the school day. Suitable for all ages and abilities Sensory Circuits offer regular controlled input to specific sensory motor systems while promoting physical, social and emotional development.
  • Supporting Children with Co-Ordination Difficulties-0 Supporting Children with Co-Ordination Difficulties-0
    This book, compiled by Hull Learning Services, is one of a series of books related to special educational needs. It focuses on the vital knowledge and practical support that schools need to meet specific learning difficulties. Information is simply explained and clearly signposted to the practitioners who can quickly access what they need to know with regard to motor co-ordinaiton difficulties