Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: The importance of Sikh traditions video. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: The five Ks of Sikhism Video. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: Historical Background of Vaisakhi. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: BBC Sikhism Overview of Beliefs, Customs, Ethics, History, Holy Days, People, & Rites and Rituals. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: Vaisakhi Picture PowerPoint. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: Vaisakhi Teacher's Guide. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: Creating Your Own Playscript of the Story of Vaisakhi. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: Adding Verbs and Adverbs to Playscript of Vaisakhi. Subject Area: RE (Sikhism) & Resource Name: Countdown to Vaisakhi (celebration) Activities. Subject Area: Personal, Social, and Health Education & Resource Name: Kids Health. Subject Areas: Personal, Social, and Health Education/ Cooking and Nutrition & Resource Name: SuperKids Nutrition.
Subject Area: Music & Resource Name: Charanga Musical School. Subject Area: Science & Resource Name: Animals by Camilla de le Bédoyère. Subject Area: History & Resource Name: Charles Dickens: Scenes from an Extraordinary Life. Review From the award-winning non-fiction team comes a dramatisation of Dickens' life told through a non-fiction picture book.
(Bookseller) The eventful ups and downs of the life of Charles Dickens, the best-selling author of his day, are told in words and pictures in this excellent introduction to the man and his works. (Julia Eccleshare Lovereading) Anyone who is familiar with Manning and Granstrom’s work will welcome this book as yet another stunning example of their meticulous research, detailed art work and highly informative text. (Gill Robins) Another wonderful title from this inspirational duo.
(Parents in Touch) We see how he got his inspiration for many of his stories from events in his own life which makes a good tale of its own. (Primary Times) An accessible introduction to the author's life and work for young children. (Daily Mail) (Ibby Link) Mick Manning and Brita Granström take us through the whole life, and do so very wittily. (Simon Callow New York Times) (Bookbag) (English 4-11) Subject Area: Personal, Social, and Health Education & Resource Name: How to Be a Superhero Called Self-Control!: Super Powers to Help Younger Children to Regulate their Emotions and Senses.
Review This is a super book for empowering kids, teens, and even adults with real-life power tools for managing frustration, anxiety, anger, sensory challenges and more!
--Lindsey Biel, OTR/L, Author of Sensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens, and Co-author of Raising a Sensory Smart Child This book places the child in charge, providing them with tools and strategies. It uses a superhero figure to guide the child, giving them useful, practical and fun ways of coping and managing, helping them in turn to become their own self-help genie, find their inner guru, and become their own expert, feeling instructor. --Alice Cruttwell, Shropshire Public Health Curriculum Advisor, author of the award winning Shropshire Respect Yourself programme and key contributor to the PSHE Association primary Mental Health curriculum A fantastic book full of easy to implement strategies for school and home. A superhero to rival all other superheroes! See all Product Description.