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What are you feeling? A guide to help deaf children understand and identify their emotions

 

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What are you feeling? A guide to help deaf children understand and identify their emotions
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Professionals
Format: Information guide
Date live: 03/03/2017

Deaf children are aware of having feelings, but often lack the vocabulary to ‘label’ them. This often delays the growth of personal and social skills, and has a knock-on effect in their academic achievement.

This book is a flexible resource –providing everything from a basic colouring book and matching game for the youngest of children, through to a basis for role-playing and deeper discussion on world events for older children.

The topics can be revisited according to the needs of children and the demands of the National Curriculum