Thanks for the comment. Yes the children I work with all have problems in that area and are in year one and two so I need to get them writing. I should have mentioned the age of the children in my description. Appreciate the feedback thank you :)
The documents here profile the various interventions we run at Thornleigh Salesian College – based on the premise that withdrawal groups should have a distinct purpose and clear outcomes. The template for the document was originally adapted from one featured in Beating Bureaucracy in Special Educational Needs by Jean Gross, which I would highly recommend to any SENCo or Learning Support teacher. --> For more: www.HumansNotRobots.co.uk
Designed for verbal autistic KS4 students, this resource works well in communicating the basics about menstruation. It could be taught over two lessons. Additional resources need of clear plastic cups with different amounts of red fluid in (water + food colouring) and a pack of sanitary items (towels, tampons, panty liners etc.)
All the actions onto one A4 sheet. I find this useful for a quick reference. Handy to give to all the Teaching Assistants, parent helpers, and parents for them to help their children. Other topics covered: Phonics; Reading.
Here are a couple of activities from the ELSA Support website which uses Minions to teach emotional literacy. There is a poster on 'How do you feel today?&' and a &';Minion sort' activity. Just added some &'emotion fans&';! It covers the core emotions of happy, sad, angry, scared, surprised and disgusted. ENJOY!
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