A unique board game developed by Laura that promotes positive behaviour in children. It’s a fantastic game for parents to play with their children as it facilitates learning opportunities for kids aged 4-10.
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Presents techniques and strategies that young children who suffer from Asperger's syndrome can use when they find themselves becoming angry.
Do you struggle with getting your child to fall asleep? Join parents all over the world who have embraced The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep as their new nightly routine.
A compelling picture book which can be used as a spring board into what worries children today. The lively, comic-style pictures and the general nature of the worries make this excellent for any number of problems. The message of the book is clear—find someone who will listen and talk about your worries.
Offers age appropriate explanations and advice on anxiety in children and ways they can cope with it through the story of "Mabel and the Panicosaurus."
How are you feeling today? This book starts with the above question and leads on to a spread by spread presentation of a wide range of feelings, including: Happy, Sad, Excited, Bored, Interested, Angry, Upset, Calm, Silly, Lonely, Scared, Safe, Embarrassed, Shy, Confident, Worried, Jealous and Satisfied. The final spread is about Feeling Better because sharing and talking about feelings helps us to feel better.
The "daily schedule" chart is an at-a-glance weekly planner for the family. Helps children with independence by prompting them to remember their plans for the day.
The "morning routine" chart can help get your children out of bed and off to school. It helps promote independence and a positive start to the day.
The "afternoon routine" chart can help your children become independent after school.
This chart can help teach your children to pack their own bag. It helps promote independence and a sense of responsibility.
The "going out" chart helps get the children out the door easier.
Teach your kids each basic step of the routine in the bathroom. It will help prompt your kids to follow and remember each step they require.
Get your kids off to bed with the "bedtime routine" chart. It helps promote independence and a more relaxing finish to the day.