Wellington Square: Level 3: Teacher's Resource Pack

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Interacting in a shared endeavor with other children can be especially rewarding. Encourage them to practice in real life too. Discuss the outcomes of their practicing polite behavior. The programs are designed to meet the individual needs of children and to enable them to develop to their full potential in an environment that is safe and secure. They also teach the child’s parents methods and ways to help the child develop skills.

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Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd (December 31, 1991)

ISBN: 0174225776

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