5 Tips on how to deal with Constant Complainers

  Since 2001 I’ve been working with parents in a variety of ways and places, schools in the UK, English immersion school in Japan,  home-daycare and nannying in Texas, USA. No matter where I have been, or how likeable a teacher I try to be or perceive myself to be – there’s always ‘that one’. […]

My Body Activities

I have finally got around to completing the My Body Theme activities and resources! I know many of my readers and subscribers like to complete this theme close to the start of back to school (although I tend to teach it to my students in the Spring as part of moving and growing). You could […]

3 ways to save more than 25% in the TPT sale

We’ve put together three ways you can make great savings on TPT.  With these savings you’ll be able to stock up on some amazing resources, activities and more! Keep reading to find out how to save up to 55%.   Number One – TPT Credits Leave feedback and receive TPT Credits towards your next purchases. […]

Alphabet Pack

I thought I would share with you a set of worksheets I created for my younger learners and have since gone on to use with students that have autism. The children really enjoyed completing them. I used them to enhance my ‘Letter of the Week’ sessions and also incorporated them into a Literacy Center! You […]

PDA

Over the last school year, (I’m writing this in 2019), the term PDA has been cropping up more and more in my involvement with pupils who have an ASD diagnosis. At the start of the year, I didn’t have a clue what it meant (apart from the aversion to a demand) or teaching strategies to […]