Thanks to publishers Featherstone, Bloomsbury and Button Books, we have five brand new classroom books to give away which will make a great addition to any primary school.
The classroom books cover everything from PSHCE to gardening and span age ranges from Early Years to KS2. They are all brand new titles in the bookshops and have a combined value of over £65.
The classroom books we have to give away to one lucky winner are:
Winter of the Wolves, by Tony Bradman (£5.99, Bloomsbury)
An Anglo-Saxon tale following Oslaf, who moves across the sea to Britannia to start a new life. Will Oslaf be as brave as the heroes in the tales he loves?
50 Fantastic Ideas for Developing Emotional Resilience, by (£10.99, Featherstone)
This title provides short but snappy practical activities as starting points for practitioners to develop emotional resilience in the children they work with.
Plant, Sow, Make & Grow by Esther Coombs (£12.99, Button Books)
This book is all about getting growing with children and learning about the fun and rewards that brings – it’s full of interesting activities, information and all the mudtastic sense of achievement that eating homegrown veg creates.
Teaching Children to Listen in the Early Years, by Liz Spooner and Jacqui Woodcock (£24.99, Featherstone)
Written by specialist speech and language therapists Liz Spooner and Jacqui Woodcock, this book presents interventions to teach young children the rules of good listening and why they are important. Featuring photocopiable resources, assessments and teaching suggestions.
What’s Going On Inside My Head? By Molly Potter (£10.99, Featherstone)
This book helps parents and teachers to start conversations with children about positive mental health. With illustrations by Sarah Jennings to guide children through issues such as “thoughts that bother me” and “what can I do when someone upsets me?”.
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