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'[This book] will be useful for all those working with young children. There is helpful advice on how to encourage children towards the next stage of achievement in the areas of personal, social and emotional development, communication, language and literacy and physical development, as well as ways to improve turn-taking and other behaviours...A thorough resource for practitioners in early years, particularly for those working with pre-school children' - Special
An excellent resource for students and early year practitioners outlining clear advice on how to identify additional needs and how to set up necessary provisions.
An excellent resource book offering practical and inclusive ideas for supporting children with a range of additional needs in the early years.
An excellent resource book offering practical ideas inclusive ideas for supporting children with a range of additional needs
The book provides relevant and easy links to practice. This makes it easy for students to implement supports and interventions when they go on placement and work with children with additional needs. the book also provides an overview of child development and how children with additional needs may delayed in reaching milestones. The book is easily accessable for students and is well suited for an applied course in Early Childhood Care and Education.
contains useful, relevant information to support the sessions.
A practical guide for practitioners and students in supporting children with special needs. Some useful proformas for observations and strategies for support.
This book is a really useful guide to recognising children with special needs in early years. The summaries of expectations at each major developmental stage in the main areas; communication, language and literacy, physical development, and personal, social and emotional development, along with suggestions for themed observations, provide good starting points to this process.
This is an excellent resource to support the early years foundation degree. It is packed with practical ideas for practitioners to use and adapt within their settings and with the children they work with. It also includes a DVD with photocopiable worksheets etc. Highly recommended.
Fantastic - and the CDrom has been overused. Great book with handouts for my students
A very useful book which I did recommend for our students on the health and Well-being module which was a core module for our ECS degree. This module has now closed but the book has been transferred to another module which is also core for our second year course
May be too basic for some students but this book will help students who did not have any special needs knowledge in EY settings.
A great text for exploring this topic, particularly from a practitioner's perspective.
This is a practical and useful book which is extremely helpful to all those working in early years. It addresses how special needs can be identified and supported across different areas of provision and suggests practical ways of supporting children with special needs. The CD Rom provides an alternative means of accessing the material, which should appeal to all types of learners.
Bright, colourful book. Eyecatching. Great accompanying disc
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