Listening and Talking Cards

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Listening and Talking Cards - Good listening, listen, flascard, cards, behaviour management, SEN, good sitting, good listening, good looking, lips closed, listening, brain box
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  • xcn

    , Mar 9th
  • To support a student in kindergarten

    , Sep 22nd
  • use as a visual to aid and encourage to communication within the class.

    , Sep 15th
  • to support children in my care

    , May 16th
  • Young girl I support with potential special needs

    , Mar 15th
  • Young boy with potential special needs to be able to learn social skills

    , Mar 11th
  • Use with my class to help support those with less understanding as well as my ASD students

    , Feb 8th
  • my son has aspergers so would use daily

    , Jan 31st
  • For the Newcomer children with no English.

    , Oct 3rd
  • Thank you ever so much for producing these for me - they were a big hit with the child they were intended for :-)

    , Feb 20th
Listening and Talking Cards

Listening and Talking Cards - A colourful set of cards to help remind children what the key skills are for good listening. A behaviour management essential.
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  • Homepage » SEN » Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties » Behaviour Management
  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » Classroom Management » Rules and Behaviour » Aids
  • Homepage » SEN » Communication and Interaction » Speech, Language and Communication Needs » Communication » Speaking and Listening
  • Homepage » Early Years » Classroom Management » Rules and Behaviour » Aids
  • Homepage » Key Stage 2 » Classroom Management » Rules and Behaviour » Aids
  • Homepage » SEN » SEN (Additional Needs) » Speech Support
  • Homepage » Parents » SEN and PSHE (Additional Needs) » Communication
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Keystage 1 » Spoken Language » Listen and respond appropriately to adults and their peers
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