Category: early years book review

Review: What Else Am I Feeling? By Katie Flanagan

For those who’ve been reading The SEN Resources Blog for a while now, you’ll probably remember me raving about a fantastic book for kids by Katie Flanagan called ‘What am I Feeling?‘(have a look at our review here). This book is a brilliant resource for helping children to […]

Review: Tiny Town Push and Play books

We’ve fallen a little bit in love with these new Tiny Town Push and Play books by Imagine That Publishers. If you’re after a way of enticing your child to enjoy books, stay engaged in a story and have fun then these books are for you! Kids can […]

Review Squishy Squashy Books

We’ve been trying out Imagine That Publisher’s brand new Squishy Squashy Books this week The Squishy Squashy Books with their fun short story, bright illustrations, cute characters and squishy ‘toy like’ animal are ideal for young children. In my opinion, they are also great for some older children […]

Why Children Need to Make Mistakes

One of the hardest things about being a parent, is letting your child make their own mistakes. It can seem counterintuitive to allow them to make a mistake- after all, we are hard wired to protect our offspring and keep them safe and happy. However, taking a step […]

Review: Shuffle Book by Tales Toolkit 

I was delighted to discover this wonderful resource ‘The Shuffle Book’ by Tales Toolkit. A simple and effective idea that provides structure to enable children to create their own stories. How to Use It Fill the book with ideas of characters, settings, problems and solution with accompanying pictures […]