Challenging Resources for Able and Talented Children

Spiral bound
Challenging Resources for Able and Talented Children is Barry Teare's fourth book for Network Educational Press, providing attractive and exciting resources for schools. It has been written in response to the continuing phenomenal demand for practical materials that inspire, motivate, challenge and stretch able children. What the book covers - Delivers thinking skills and curriculum content in exciting and stimulating activities, to engage able children and encourage them to develop their full potential. - All activities are brand new - most are based around entirely new topics, while some take a fresh approach to revisited topics from previous books. - Resources can be used with children of all ages, from Key Stage 1 to post-16, in situations both within and beyond normal classroom lessons - for example, as differentiated homework tasks, in summer schools and clubs, and for competitions. - All activities are photocopiable and are accompanied by comprehensive solutions and notes for teachers to explain the contexts, and how the materials meet the needs of able children and deliver curriculum guidelines. - Resources are divided into nine themes: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Young Children, Logical Thought, Detective Work and Codes, Lateral Thinking and Competitions.