Resilience and Motivation in Early Childhood Pack
$299.95 inc GST $272.68 ex GST
With the increased focus on providing for children’s mental health, there is ever more demand for resources that will support educational settings to help children develop the skills needed to cope in today’s world.
The Resilience and Motivation in Early Childhood Pack offers a creative approach to supporting young children to develop their resilience, motivation and emotional skills. The pack also addresses the challenge of motivating children with learning difficulties and helps teachers enhance their social skills.
The Resilience and Motivation in Early Childhood Pack includes:
Developing Children’s Resilience and Mental Health – REAL Skills for All Aged 4-8 – a comprehensive programme made up of fun, practical activities in a 32-session format. Each session contains a warm-up, main learning activity, and relaxation exercise, focusing on four REAL core themes of development: Relationships, Emotions, Awareness, Learning.
Grit, Resilience, and Motivation in Early Childhood – Practical Takeaways for Teachers – Illustrated with classroom case studies, caregiver and community resources, and teacher behaviours, this powerful guide presents practical applications for educators to more deeply understand the research that will strengthen and support young children.
Motivating Children with Specific Learning Difficulties – A Teacher’s Practical Guide – a comprehensive and definitive guide to what teachers need to know about motivation in pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties, including dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD.
Let’s Talk: Resilience – are cards to improve communication and confidence. To understand more about resilience, these cards help to develop resilience skills and look at how to use different strategies to be resilient in difficult situations.
Social and Emotional Competence Board Game – is a fun way to teach empathy, communication skills, self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, self-management, and responsible decision-making.
Age: Early years – Primary