100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners: Supporting Children with SEND
100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners: Supporting Children with SEND is a must-have resource filled with fun, creative and engaging multi-sensory activities and strategies to best support the learning and development of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), across the Early Years Foundation Stage. Increasing numbers of children require specialist interventions and support when they start in the Early Years. Susan O'Connor uses her wealth of experience to present 100 practical ideas to help all those working in the Early Years meet the individual learning needs of children with SEND, including attention and behaviour difficulties, speech and language difficulties, early signs of dyslexia, autism and dyspraxia, and social and emotional difficulties. With ideas focusing on fine and gross motor skills, working memory, social skills, early speech and language skills, and self-esteem and wellbeing, these fun and engaging strategies are suitable and easy to implement for both indoor and outdoor learning.