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Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by monstermum, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. monstermum

    monstermum New commenter

    I'm teaching a child who is in Year 9 but who I've been told is at Year 1 level in English, possibly Year 3 level in maths. ADHD, ASD, global delay, high levels of anxiety challenging behaviours when the child finds something difficult. Can anyone recommend any resources which would appeal to a 14 year but cover KS1 and 2 levels.
    Been asked to make sure the activities are creative and fun too.
    All suggestions will be gratefully received.
  2. richardmthompson1

    richardmthompson1 New commenter

    If you don't find anything elsewhere you could perhaps let me know. I worked for about 8 years as an ASD specialist LSA and created a number of resources tailored to particular students. One was a Dr Who fan for whom I created resources including a PowerPoint based Time Travel game which enabled him to practice his multiplication, a Sci-fi board game to teach concepts such as forward, back, left and right and character-based counters for various maths techniques. Knowing a specific interest - dinosaurs, Dr Who, Thomas the Tank Engine or whatever, helps.

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