Aligning IEPs to Academic Standards For Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities
Strategies for creating IEPs that align students' individual educational needs to academic standards
Be Fit, Be Strong, Be You
Effective, easy-to-use self-care skills to take control of kids' fitness & diet while developing healthy self-esteem
Be the Boss of Your Sleep
Kids learn self-care techniques to help them fall asleep faster, stay asleep, deal with fears and discomfort & feel energised.
Being Me with OCD
Part memoir, part self-help for teens, this book explains OCD and how those with OCD can begin to get better
Building Strong Writers in Middle School
Help inspire students to explore their personal thoughts & beliefs while building proficiency in core language concepts.
The Cluster Grouping Handbook
Teacher-tested classroom strategies plus how to implement, sustain & evaluate schoolwide cluster grouping
The Courage to be Yourself
Stories by real teens inspire young readers to reflect on their lives, work through problems & learn who they really are.
A story of an ongoing case of kids's bullying through the eyes of Jayla who has been bullied & is now joins the bullying
Doing Good Together
Hands-on service learning projects focus on easing poverty, promoting literacy, helping the environment and more.
Ocean spokesperson Philippe Cousteau helps educate teens about Earth’s water crisis & gives them tools & inspiration
Just Because I Am
Warm, simple words and enchanting illustrations strengthen and support young children's self-esteem.
Kids & Nature In a Jar
Green ideas, fresh facts, inspiring quotations, and nature activities will stir kids to explore nature.
The Kids Guide to Service Projects, 2ed
500+ inspiring, high-quality community service project ideas presented in an engaging, kid-friendly format.
The New Bully Free Classroom, 3ed
Takes a closer look at what bullying is and places renewed emphasis on the role (and power) of bystanders.
No Kidding About Bullying
Diverse range of activities to help kids in grades 3–6 build empathy, manage anger, work out conflicts and stop bullying by peers.
Stress-relief techniques, including exercise, music, writing & more plus inspiring examples of perseverance.
Teens talk honestly about anger as they struggle to control their emotions & stop hurting others & themselves.
Reaching Out, Joining In
Introduces social skills programs to parents of young children diagnosed with Autism, Asperger's Disorder or PDD.
Real Friends vs. the Other Kind
Insider info on making friends, resolving disputes & dealing with common issues like gossip, exclusion & cyberbullying.
See It, Be It, Write It
Improve students' writing skills & boost assessment scores while adding arts education, creativity & fun to your writing curriculum.
Draws on Marzano's research to identify key principles that work to help all students become successful learners.
Story Making Combo
Watch language and literacy come together as you add these fun and functional activities to your lessons! Uses predictable, repetitive sentences from children's favorite literature to generate child-authored stories.
Strategies That Make Learning Fun!
This one-of-a-kind resource puts more than 40 specific learning strategies right at educators' fingertips. It defines learning strategies, gives tips on implementation, and offers advice for teaching the strategies.
The Survival Guide for Kids with LD (Learning Differences)
The affirmation & solid information kids need to know they’re smart; they just learn differently.
Teaching Beyond the Test
Lots of practical strategies for differentiation among learners & a range of fully developed content-focused projects.
Teaching Kids to Be Confident, Effective Communicators
Build children’s proficiency in oral & written communication, promote social-emotional learning & differentiate instruction
Teaching Students Who Are Exceptional, Diverse, and at Risk
Empowers classroom teachers with the knowledge, tools & practical strategies to spark learning in every student
Teaching Young Gifted Children in the Regular Classroom
Enables teachers to identify gifted children as early as age four & create a learning environment that supports all kids
Teen Cyberbullying Investigated
Real-life court cases helps teens understand what cyberbullying is and what they can do about it
Too Old For This Too Young For That!
Survival tips for transitioning from primary to highs school aimed at coping with friends, school, family & your body
Do you need a tough skin to fit in? When Sam is confronted for her teasing & bullying she starts to rethink her behaviour
For parents, carers and other adults who are concerned about teenagers taking part in problematic and risky behaviours.
Unmistakably real stories on bullying address every form of bullying: physical, verbal, relational, and cyber
Visual Strategies For Improving Communication
The most comprehensive book to explain the use of visual strategies to improve communication for ASD students
Luisa is repeatedly teased and called “weird” by her classmate Sam, even though she is simply being herself.
What Do You Really Want?
A a step-by-step guide to goal setting, written especially for teens. Upbeat and inspiring, this book is a must for all teens.
What Teens Need To Succeed
1,200+ ideas for building "developmental assets" at home, at school, in your community & with your friends.
What's Up With My Family?
Insider information for tweens & teens on family matters, from sibling rivalry to divorce & other difficult transitions.
When Gifted Kids Don't Have All the Answers
Proven, practical suggestions to encourage social emotional growth among gifted, talented children & youth.
When Nothing Matters Anymore
Solid information, straight talk & personal stories from teens which speak directly to readers' feelings, concerns & experiences
WISC IV Compilation
Demystifies test results for developing effective remedial programming. An extremely helpful guide for teachers responsible for translating test results into learning progress.
You're Smarter Than You Think
As kids read this, they stop asking “How smart am I?” & start asking “How am I smart?