Resource to develop independent and generalised use of 'Good sitting' 'Good listening' 'Good waiting' skills
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What makes ChatterPack resources different?
There are many common resources used with children and young people with SEND, but often children are not also explicitly taught the skills alongside and therefore people might feel that visuals don't work, perhaps because children and young people fail to make progress using them.
ChatterPack aims to address this by making ordinary resources and visuals extraordinary!
ChatterPack pickup-and-go resources include:
- Straightforward, no-experience-required, step-by-step instructions.
- Tips and advice throughout on ways to make simple adaptions that will suit the individual needs of children and young people.
- Designed using a positive, proactive approach, they encourage children and young people to develop independence skills through motivation, reward, and explicit teaching.
- The tips and advice are great for CPD
- The strategies described within this resource are transferable and will, therefore, help in other situations when working with children and young people with SEND
Who is this resource for?
Children and young people who are beginning to learn about the concepts of good sitting/listening/waiting.
Children and young people who might respond when shown visuals of good sitting/listening/waiting, but who are unable to achieve this without prompting.
Children and young people who might respond when given a direct instruction to do good sitting/listening/waiting, but are unable to achieve this without prompting.
Children and young people who need support to generalise these skills into various situations.
Is it only for young children?
The tips and advice included in this resource are relevant for all ages.
What's included in the resource?
- Good Sitting card
- Good Waiting card
- Good Listening card
- Reward and ChatterPack Character cards to personalise and add motivation to the resource
- Catch-Me Card designed to support children to generalise skills into various situations