Sharon has written and contributed to a number of books which are available directly from the relevant publishers. She is also able to provide training in association with the contents where delegates will receive a free copy of the book.

Fidget Busters – Brain Breaks and Energisers for the Classroom
Available from: LDA Learning

of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) educational book award 2010

Fidget Busters

Target Ladders Developing Co-ordination
This book is one of a series of practical books published by LDA to support the SENCo and class teacher in meeting the needs of children with a range of SEN. This book particularly focusses on children with co-ordination difficulties.

Available from: LDA


Cant play wont play

Can’t Play Won’t Play
A resource book for parents/carers to support children in developing play and recreation skills such as football, skipping, catching, bike riding.

Available from: Jessica Kinglsey


take tenTake Ten – Advice games and Activities to Develop Fine Motor Skills

Available from: LDA


Developmental co-ordination disorder in adultsDevelopmental Co-ordination Disorder in Adults
This book is useful for those working with adults with DCD including those in Health, Education, Social and Employment services.

The book provides an overview of the problems encountered and suggests possible practical solutions and strategies that professionals can used with individuals to improve their social and working lives.

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Guide to Dyspraxia and Developmental Co-ordination DisordersGuide to Dyspraxia and Developmental Co-ordination Disorders
This book considers the health, social and education aspects of DCD and discusses the changes and implications from childhood to adulthood.

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scissor skills book

Little Book of Scissor Skills (Early Years)

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Including Children with Developmental Co-ordination DisordersIncluding Children with Developmental Co-ordination Disorders in the Foundation Phase
This book is helpful for those working with young children. The book provides:

* Background information about DCD
* Signposting to resources
* Teaching tips across the six areas of learning with strategies for differentiation
* A parents perspective

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Fine Motor Skills Box
A box of games and ideas to develop fine motor skills for children. The box includes games such as finger football, mini ten pin bowling, balancing clowns, things to do with dough and money. There are even some games to play with the box itself.

Nasen Book Award WinnerRunner up NASEN book awards for inclusive classroom resources 2007

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