Tag: special educational needs

Best Swimming Aids for Children

Summer is well and truly here and the summer holidays are just around the corner. Are you going on holiday? If you are lucky enough to be spending some time at the seaside or relaxing (Or attempting to relax!) by a pool with children it might be worth […]

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 […]

‘Can I Tell you About…’ books

For parents of children with Special Educational Needs, trying to help others (family members, friends, peers, professionals etc) understand their child can sometimes be difficult. We’ve been reading a selection of books from the series “Can I Tell You About…“ which includes books for the the following Autism […]

Review: Convertible Playbooks by Miles Kelly

Has your child ever loved a book so much they wanted to leap into it and be part of the story? Running around with the main characters and exploring the book’s setting? Well, Miles Kelly Publishers have just made this (pretty much..) possible with their absolutely INCREDIBLE Convertible […]

Guest Post: The Story Massage Programme

We’re excited to share with you the Guest Blog Post* by Mary Atkinson and Sandra Hooper:  THE STORY MASSAGE PROGRAMME – STORY-TELLING AND POSITIVE TOUCH Mary Atkinson and Sandra Hooper are co-founders of the Story Massage Programme. Mary is an award-winning therapy tutor, writer and author of four books […]

Review: Oaka Books

As a qualified teacher and former Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCO) in a Secondary School, I’ve witnessed first hand the difficulties many visual learners face preparing for tests and exams. Quite often, children are expected to rely on their class books and large subject revision guides […]