To celebrate Maria and Me‘s inclusion in the Reading Agency’s 2018 Summer Reading Challenge collection, we thought we would share with you a snippet from the book itself – so without further ado…
Giving a father’s insight into life with his daughter Maria, aged 12, who has autism, this comic tells the story of their week holiday in the Canary Islands, Spain. Delightful illustrations and dialogue between father and daughter show the day-to-day challenges that people with autism and their carers face, and how Miguel and Maria overcome them.
Funny and endearing, this comic helps to show how Maria sees and experiences the world in her own way and that she’s unique, just like everyone else.
Discover Maria and Me: A father, a daughter (and Autism) here, and help us spread understanding and compassion about autism.
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Try this fun and engaging maths activity designed to teach primary school children how to count, taken from Claire Brewer and Kate Bradley’s new book 101 Inclusive and SEN Maths Lessons for P Level Learning.
Whiteboard and pen for each child or number fan for each child
- The teachers tells the children that they are thinking of a number.
- Give the children some clues, such as ‘It is one more than three, or two times two.’
- Ask the children to write the number on the board or find it on the number fan. After a few minutes say ‘One, two, three, show me’ and ask the class to show their numbers.
- Everyone puts the board down and claps or stamps the total, and then takes another turn.
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