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Two new books

We have two new books in stock.

FLIPP The Switch: Strengthen Executive Function Skills

by Sheri Wilkins & Carol Burmeister for ages 3 to adult

Buying Tip:  This book is for anyone, both parents and professionals, who need clear-cut strategies to teach students who have challenges with flexibility, emotional regulation, planning and problem solving. This book does a great job providing the “how and why” for the use of specific visually based, kid-friendly strategies to help to promote the development of competencies that contribute to healthier executive functioning.

You can get more information and purchase the book here.

Make Social Learning Stick! How to Guide and Nurture Social Competence Through Everyday Routines and Activities.

by Elizabeth Sautter for ages 4-10

Buying Tip:  Make Social Learning Stick has been embraced by parents and teachers alike.  It is written in easy-to-understand language and provides over 185 activities that support social skills development during daily routines and across various settings, from home to school to community. Readers learn to take advantage of the many natural teaching moments that pop up every day to encourage a child’s social learning.

You can get more information and purchase the book here.

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