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Stories for Talking Stories for Talking

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Speech and language and communication - now recognised as being very important in the early years. Stories for Talking will help you set up a programme to support the early development of language. It is a simple programme that is easy to implement, but it is very structured and very thorough.


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An A-Z of Tricky Behaviours in the Early Years

A-Z of Tricky Behaviours

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Imaginative ideas for dealing with some of the more common difficult behaviours that you might have to deal with from biting to swearing. The book is divided into two sections - a short section offering a set of principles for managing children's behaviour, followed by an A-Z of typical problem behaviours, with real-life examples and suggested solutions.

Behaviour Management in the Early Years

Behaviour Management in the EY

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What is ‘typical’ behaviour in young children? How do you set about changing problem behaviour? What do we mean when we talk about behaviour management? How do I draw up a Behaviour Policy for the nursery? What is the best way of observing and assessing behaviour?
What sort of interventions should I try, and what happens when those don’t seem to be working? How should we support parents who have a child with challenging behaviour?

You'll find the answers in this easy-to-read guide.




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This book provides a method for assessing and recording what children can do in the Foundation Stage. Aimed especially at teachers who have children with special educational needs in their care, it can be used with all children and fits in well with everyday activities. It adopts a ‘one step at a time’ approach and suggests ideas on how to develop a child’s repertoire of play.

Listening to Children in their Early Years

Listening to Children

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Listening to children involves much more than simply ‘hearing’ what they have to say . . . we know that. But how do we tune in to children? How do we really see things from their point of view?
Here are practical ways to help you do just that - techniques for developing good two-way communication; ideas on how to use cameras to involve children; child conferencing; child passports; the Mosaic approach and many, many more. There are also sections on how to tune in to babies; working with children with disabilities and some examples of all these activities in practice.

Helping Children Hang On To Your Every Word

Helping Children Hang On To Your Every Word

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Why is it that the children who can least afford to switch off are the ones who don’t pay attention? And that children who most need to ask for help are the ones least likely to do so? If children are opting out in the classroom, switching off or passively waiting for direction, we need to understand the barriers they face and help them engage by making their learning opportunities more meaningful, interactive and rewarding.
This will help you make the classroom experience more accessible to all learners, and highlights the links between behaviour and hidden language processing difficulties.

Autistic Spectrum Disorders

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This book on autism for parents and practitioners starts with an introduction dealing with 'frequently asked questions'. Chapter two discusses diagnoses and labelling; there is a chapter on understanding autistic spectrum disorders, and others covering educational goals and specialist approaches, working with parents, building communication skills, developing social understanding and play and, finally, managing behaviour.

AD/HD and Attention Difficulties

ADHD and attention difficulties in the early years

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In this book Hannah Mortimer concentrates on planning and supporting the individual needs of children with attention difficulties. There are useful pointers to help in identification; examples of developing, implementing and monitoring programmes and activities; working with other professionals; and working in partnership with parents.

Emotional Literacy

Emotional literacy

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Emotional literacy encompasses a range of important issues including self-awareness, self-control, dealing with relationships, communicating with others, and self-esteem. It is a term that is increasingly being used to describe the work we do with children to foster their mental health. In this book, Hannah Mortimer looks at children’s early learning and behaviour, what happens when things go wrong and what we need to do to encourage emotional well-being.

Gifted and Talented Children

Gifted and Talented children in the early years

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Exploring some of the myths and dilemmas surrounding giftedness, the author focuses on strategies in which carers are encouraged to match different learning styles with different teaching approaches. There is also helpful guidance on managing behaviour and working with families.

The issues are addressed in a clear and readable style, always with short examples and a practical focus. 

Specific Learning Difficulties

Specific learning difficulties in the early years

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This book will be useful to all who work with young children as an aid to observe their strengths and weaknesses and provide appropriate programmes and activities where necessary.

Dorothy Smith provides a succinct summary covering background information about the nature of specific learning difficulties (dyslexia) and then focuses on three key areas: developing and implementing procedures for the regular observation and assessment of children; developing programmes and activities to meet the needs of children with specific learning difficulties; and working with parents.

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Personal, Social and Emotional Development of children in the EYFS

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This focuses on assessing the social and emotional needs of all children; developing programmes and activities to meet the social and emotional needs of each child; strategies for helping self-confidence and self-esteem; developing and implementing programmes and activities to support children with difficult and challenging behaviour; monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the assessment of children.

Literacy in the Early Years

Supporting Literacy in the Early Years

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Literacy links the four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. In this book, Dorothy Smith provides a comprehensive analysis of the acquisition of these important skills. Assessment techniques are also examined and a wide variety of activities suggested. Written in an easy and accessible style, this book will enhance effective language and literacy teaching and learning in early years settings.

Problem Solving, Reasoning & Numeracy

Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy in the EYFS

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At a very early age, children are beginning to grasp mathematical ‘concepts’ as they endeavour to make sense of the world. In this book, Hannah Mortimer explains these early stages of development and provides practical examples of how early years workers can support and encourage early number work. From the child’s first year, through toddlerhood, the under threes and the Foundation Stage, examples are given that will help you both understand and support children’s mathematical development.


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