Tag: special needs

Home Learning Videos on YouTube

I’ve just launched our YouTube channel with a series of daily home learning videos ‘Ways to Learn Through Play (by The SEN Resources Blog)‘ to help support families. I’ve also launched a Facebook group to help support each other when the children are learning from home, here. They […]

Favourite Children’s Books about Autumn

It’s Autumn! Not only have we been looking at some autumn based crafts this week but we’ve compiled our list of our 5 current favourite Autumnal books for young children. Any ones you think we should have included and need to know about? Please let us know! Our […]

Review: Number Stacks

If, like so many parents, you are keen to help your child with their maths at home, but you are unsure where to start, what to cover and how to make sure you are teaching it the same way as in school, then have a read of this […]

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: Captain Flinn And The Pirate Dinosaurs

One of my little boy’s best friends (and his lovely parents) very kindly gave him this book recently, Captain Flinn and The Pirate Dinosaurs, and it’s quickly become his favourite fiction book. We’ve also been lucky enough to be able to review the other books in the series […]

Review: Pop Out and Play Series

This week we’ve been reading (…and playing) with two brilliant board books from the series Pop Out and Play by Robyn Gale and illustrated by Barry Green (Imagine That Publishers). If your children like imaginative play, love role playing what they’ve read in a book and enjoy holding […]