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Time to Talk - A programme to develop oral and social interaction skills at Reception and Key Stage One
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Time to Talk - A programme to develop oral and social interaction skills at Reception and Key Stage One

Time to Talk has been developed to teach and develop oral language and social interaction skills to children aged 4-6.
School can be a frustrating and confusing experience for children who have not developed their communication skills. Not only will access to the curriculum be difficult, so will developing co-operative skills and friendships. Time to Talk contains 40 sessions, designed to take place two or three times a week, Time to Talk will help you teach and develop the 'rules' of interaction with the help of Ginger the Bear who features in all the activities. Skills taught include; eye contact, turn taking, sharing, greetings, awareness of feelings, giving/following instructions, listening, attention and play skills.

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Contact:
09 527 0060
Monday - Friday: 9.30am - 2.30pm
Level 3, 45 Mt Wellington Highway
Mount Wellington
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