100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Interventions
£14.99 exc. VAT
By Stephen Lockyer
It’s not unusual to find children in 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 has done it again! This book provides a wealth of ideas to support teachers and teaching assistants to make the most of any intervention opportunities. With ideas from how to plan for effective intervention to suggested activities to plug those gaps, this book is an essential classroom resource.” – Jenna Lucas, Primary Teacher and English Specialist Leader of Education, @JennaLucas81
“This grab-it-and-go guide to interventions is jam-packed full of ideas for school staff to use with minimal preparation for maximum impact. It is a welcome addition to the arsenal of anyone working with specific groups or individuals in schools.” – Jo Payne, Primary Teacher and Blogger, @MrsPTeach
“A treasure trove of ideas, which has sparked a Mexican wave of more ideas for specific children or groups of children within my year group. I envisage TAs and teachers using this as a go-to guide when planning for their children’s needs.” – Leah Wright, Primary Teacher and Year 6 Leader, @leah_moo
“This is a brilliant book containing easy to implement interventions to be used in the classroom – with a big impact! There are some very fun ideas here that my kids will love!” – Steph Elliott, Teacher, @eenalol
Pub: March 2018