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  • Tangles are the perfect sensory fidget toy for children or adults with Sensory Processing Disorders, Autism, ADHD, Alzheimer's, Dementia, or other special needs. Perfect for the classroom, car rides, or the workplace Tangles offer a hands-on art experience. Tangles bring out creativity and artistic imagination! Tangles are silent and calming. They do not disturb or disrupt others. Tangles are safe, reusable and affordable  
  • Sand timers provide a visual representation of a period of time and children respond incredibly well in a variety of contexts.. Activities in school and at home  -
    • Use it to time participation in games.
    • To help children calm down by taking 'time out' when upset.
    • To develop the awareness of  the length of thirty seconds.
    • To  motivate as the student engages in 'beat the clock' activities.
    • Classroom management- setting a target time for pupils to enter class and settled down.
    • Use to time an oral presentation.
    • Use in timed tests.
    • Use in teaching analogue clock- how minutes work
  • Sand timers provide a visual representation of a period of time and children respond incredibly well  when they’re used in a variety of contexts. Activities in school and at home-
    • Use it to time participation in games.
    • To help children calm down by taking 'time out' when upset.
    • To develop the awareness of  the length of five minutes.
    • To  motivate as the student engages in 'beat the clock 'activities.
    • Classroom management- setting a target time for pupils to enter class and settled down.
    • Use to time an oral presentation.
    • Use in timed tests.
    • Use in teaching analogue clock- how minutes work
  • Sand timers provide a visual representation of a period of time and children respond incredibly well with them when they’re used correctly. Sand timers can be used for many activities in school and at home for example:
    • Use it to time participation in games.
    • To help children calm down by taking 'time out' when upset.
    • To develop the awareness of  the length of one minute.
    • To  motivate as the student engages in 'beat the clock 'activities.
    • Classroom management- setting a target time for pupils to enter class and settled down.
    • Use to time an oral presentation.
    • Use in timed tests.
    • Use in teaching analogue clock- how minutes work
  • Sand timers provide a visual representation of a period of time and children respond incredibly well  in a variety of contexts. Activities in school and at home -
    • Use it to time participation in games.
    • To help children calm down by taking 'time out' when upset.
    • To develop the awareness of  the length of two minutes.
    • To  motivate as the student engages in 'beat the clock 'activities.
    • Classroom management- setting a target time for pupils to enter class and settled down.
    • Use to time an oral presentation.
    • Use in timed tests.
    • Use in teaching analogue clock- how minutes work
  • Sand timers provide a visual representation of a period of time and children respond incredibly well  in a variety of contexts. Activities in school and at home for example:
    • Use it to time participation in games.
    • To help children calm down by taking 'time out' when upset.
    • To develop the awareness of  the length of three minutes.
    • To  motivate as the student engages in 'beat the clock 'activities.
    • Classroom management- setting a target time for pupils to enter class and settled down.
    • Use to time an oral presentation.
    • Use in timed tests.
    • Use in teaching analogue clock- how minutes work
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    The aim of this practical and user-friendly A-Z handbook by Harry Ayersa, is to enable the interested reader to gain quick and easy access to entries related to, or associated with emotional and behavioural difficulties. It focuses on adult problems as well as those of children and adolescents.
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    The book is useful and relevant for any assistant working directly with children, as all assistants in the course of their work need to develop a repertoire of effective strategies for managing behaviour. The book is also an invaluable resource in the training of assistants.
  • These delightful pack of reward stickers contains 280 stickers for praising good work or behaviour. The stickers contain a variety of phrases for different situations.
  • This practical visual and kinaesthetic resource can be used to support children with communication difficulties. Visual symbols on these fans are designed to support and enable communication for those who respond better to visual stimuli. The symbols are not designed to replace language and must always be used alongside the spoken work. These symbol fans can be used in many ways:
    • to support understanding
    • to offer choice
    • to obtain responses
    • to praise
    • to help modify behaviour
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    In this second edition Bill Rogers, master of behaviour management, shows us that being and effective teacher isn't a result of God given gifts of charisma and presence, but can be developed through a series of specific skills and actions. At some pointing every teacher's career he/she will encounter the 'hard class'. But as demanding as it may be, a difficult class does not have to dominate . Topics  include: identifying what makes a class `hard′; developing a class behaviour plan; developing colleague support; following up on disruptive students; changing patterns of bad behaviour; and assisting relief teachers and the hard class. As well as constructive ideas and strategies, it also highlights the normality of the pressures and stress felt by teachers dealing with these classes.
  • These laminated  blank fans can be used in a variety of ways in the classroom. Used with dry wipe pens teachers can use them in ways to include mental maths, fractions, sound blending, phonics , sorting activities, sequencing activities and social communication activities that do not require verbal answers. The pack contains ten white sections which are easy to manipulate and easy to write on and rub off.  
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    This book by Giles Barrow, Emma Bradshaw and Trudi Newton, will help all teachers who face challenging behaviour in their classroom. It offers support and guidance for dealing with issues of behaviour and makes suggestions for building creative relationships in school. From a combination of case study illustrations of key Transactional Analysis concepts, practical proformas, planning notes and resources that have been tried and tested with schools, it will give you the confidence and the skills necessary to develop effective classroom management.  
  • In this book, information is simply explained ad clearly signposted so that practitioners can quickly access what they need to know. Each book describes a specific area of special educational need and explains how it might present difficulties for pupils within the school setting. Checklists and photocopiable forms are provided to help save time and develop good practice. With all the vital information practitioners need about Bevaiour Difficulties, and off-the-shelf support, this book includes:
    • Definitions and causes of Behaviour Difficulties
    • Whole school strategies
    • Lesson organisation
    • Addressing non-compliant behaviour
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    This accessible handbook written by Amber Carroll  (adviser for Personal Social and Health Education and Mary Robertson (Professor of Neuropsychiatry),  provides the knowledge and information required to equip teachers and learning support assistants with the understanding and skills needed when working with pupils with Tourette Syndrome.  
  • This book by Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet provides a comprehensive collection of tried and tested old favourites together with brand new innovative games that will enhance children's self-esteem. Drawing on their in-depth knowledge and experience of teaching group games. Jenny