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Inability to recognise other people’s feelings can lead to conflict and impact on the child’s social integration. This is likely to be seen in a child’s behaviour in the classroom and playground. The Recognising emotions bundle of products will help children who have difficulties identifying emotions and feelings of others.
Pupils may be participating in SEAL and/or PHSE programmes within school but some children may be demonstrating particular problems with the language aspects of social communication. This can effect their learning and social inclusion. These children may also, but not necessarily, have a diagnosis of ASD or Asperger’s Syndrome.
The Recognising Emotions bundle includes the six packs listed below:
Emotions and Facial Expressions
Resources to raise children’s awareness and recognition of emotions in themselves and others; to recognise how situations affect people differently. Particularly useful for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Practical Pragmatics – Feelings and Emotions
Practical Pragmatics helps children recognise and manage their emotions; to rehearse and prepare for conversation; to break the cycle of repetitive challenging behaviour.
Talking About School
A pack of materials for developing situational understanding and verbal reasoning focussing on behaviour in school.
Talking About friends
A pack of materials for developing situational understanding and verbal reasoning focussing on relationships with friends.
Talking About Conversations
Talking About Conversations, is a pack to develop social skills, verbal reasoning skills, situational understanding & inferencing skills in children.
Talking About Classroom Behaviour
A pack to develop appropriate responses from the children to challenging classroom behaviour and improve social skills generally. This pack is particularly useful for children with Autistic Spectrum Condition and/or semantic pragmatic difficulties
Age range: KS1/2+, aged 5-11+ Suitable for a wide age and ability range