It's not unusual to find children in your class who are falling behind their peers, either academically or socially, but it can be difficult to understand exactly why this is happening and what to do about it. This book provides tried-and-tested interventions so that you can determine the specific needs of each child and help them overcome whatever issues they might be facing.
This book is the perfect dip-in-and-out solution to help teachers plan interventions to support the vast range of difficulties children in their class may be grappling with. Stephen Lockyer includes ideas for number and letter transposition, odd and even skills, patterning, sequencing, reading, handwriting, motor skills, teamwork, behaviour, and much more besides!
Offering a mixture of one-to-one interventions and small-group work, this is the ultimate resource for planning and undertaking primary school interventions.
Stephen Lockyer works as a primary teacher in London, and has taught for the past sixteen years. He is passionate about primary teaching, and talks across the country on a variety of related topics. When not speaking or writing, he herds his own small band of children around the great outdoors in his VW campervan. He is prolific on Twitter, and is staggered by the number of followers he has. Follow him for even more ideas! @mrlockyer