'This newly updated resource book with printable activities (on an accompanying CD-Rom) provides excellent teaching materials for busy teachers and teaching assistants. It is likely to be most useful when linked to professional development activities designed to address behaviour issues at the whole-school level' - SENCO Update
`A very valuable and practical resource' - TES website
'[This book] offers a resource to schools that can be incorporated into differentiated classroom planning, as well as IBPs, IEPs or pastoral guidance for a particular child…[The book offers] a comprehensive means of helping those children who struggle with their behaviour to learn to take responsibility for their actions and to improve' - Special
These worksheets and activities are for use with children who create low level disruption in the classroom. By encouraging young people to think about their behaviour and the effect of their actions in a constructively critical way, this resource offers a welcome alternative to sanctions and punishment.
This edition has been revised and now includes a session record sheet and more than 20 new activities. It also now focuses on interpersonal relationships, attention seeking and positive behaviours.
The worksheets are split into two types:
- Problem specific worksheets - designed to cover annoying everyday problems such as shouting out and name calling
- Target sheets - designed to support youngsters who need help to complete a number of tasks over part of a day or longer
This resource is suitable for staff working with primary and middle school aged children in settings such as schools, learning support units, play-schemes, before and after school clubs and mentoring groups.
Please Note: Computers need to have at least Pentium 4 installed for the CD function.