Written for practitioners in all pre-school settings and parents.
Includes:Short case studies that illustrate how strategies work in practice Practical, topical information on how to include all children in day-to-day activities Explanation of how different types of SEN can affect a child's play Advice on how to address different behaviours seen during play Photocopiable resources
Written for practitioners in all pre-school settings, as well as students, parents and childminders.
This accessible and practical book helps readers to understand why children behave as they do and encourages them to think about how they handle difficult situations. This second edition has been updated and revised to include additional guidance on managing the outdoor environment, communicating with parents, the transition from home to nursery and safeguarding children.
Features include:helpful explanations of responsibilities in relation to the Code of Practice and SENDA photocopiable record sheets social and emotional development checklists a wide range of case studies to illustrate how strategies work in practice.
With ideas and strategies that can easily be absorbed into the daily routine, this book is essential reading for practitioners in all early years settings looking for effective ways to deal with challenging behaviour.
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Managing Extreme Behaviours in the Early Years, the fifth of the Tried and Tested Strategies series, is a ready-to-hand and easy to read guide for those dealing with problem behaviour and who do not always have the time to search for solutions.