1st Edition

Developing Social and Emotional Skills in the Early Years

By Tina Rae, Sara Daly Copyright 1999
    200 Pages
    by Speechmark

    Developing Social and Emotional Skills in the Early Years is a comprehensive programme for early years providers to support the development of young children's social and emotional skills.  This latest offering from Tina Rae and Sara Daly will support early years practitioners in teaching pupils to develop basic skills in communicating emotions, making and sustaining friendships and modelling genuine and appropriate social and emotional responses. With an introductory PowerPoint presentation and facilitator notes, Developing Social and Emotional Skills in the Early Years will provide you with the practical and relevant resources you need to support your pupils' social and emotional development.

    Introduction, References, Part One: The 20 Session Programme for Young Children, Group One: School Behaviours, Session 1: Good Looking, Session 2: Listening Well, Session 3: Good Speaking, Session 4: Sitting Up, Session 5: Working Well, Session 6: Being Safe in Class, Session 7: Being Safe Out of Class, Group Two: Our Feelings, Session 8: Feeling Sad, Session 9: Feeling Angry, Session 10: Feeling Afraid, Session 11: Feeling Surprised, Session 12: Feeling Worried, Group Three: Friendship Skills, Session 13: Making Friends, Session 14: Being Friends, Session 15: Keeping Friends, Group Four: Social Skills, Session 16: Taking Turns to Talk, Session 17: Taking Turns to Play, Session 18: Playing with a Partner, Session 19: Playing in a Group, Session 20: Playground Play, Part Two: The Staff Training Programme, PowerPoint Presentation and Facilitator Notes, Part Three: Appendices, Appendix 1: Certificate of Achievement, Appendix 2: Pre and Post Course Checklist, Appendix 3: Letter for Parents/Carers, Appendix 4: Information Sheet for Parents/Carers, Appendix 5: Referrals to Specialist Agencies


    Sara Daly, Tina Rae