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Why Do I Have To ...: Go to School?

Kay Barnham, Patrick Corrigan

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, Interest age: from c 5 years, Personal & social issues (Children's / Teenage), Personal & social issues: self-awareness & self-es, Personal & social issues: truancy & school problem

Books that tackle real-life scenarios of some classic areas of resistance

If your kids don't fully understand why going to school is not only really important, but actually pretty great, too, then you should read this book together!

Are they pretending to be ill to avoid going to school, are scared about starting a new school or simply think it is boring? Well, if they read this book they might change their mind about going to school!

With all the excuses and avoidance tactics, meet our cast of funny and quirky characters and find out why school is good for everyone.

Why Do I Have To is a PSHE series that takes a look at common areas of resistance that young children often can't see the point in doing, such as cleaning their teeth, sharing toys, or eating their greens. They're a great resource for parents, teachers and carers alike as they contain realistic scenarios, discussion points and fast facts. Each scenario presents a problem and then a resolution with a positive and empowering outcome for all involved.

Ideal for children aged 5 and up and those who are studying the 2020 RSE curriculum.

Titles in this series:
Eat Healthy Food?
Go To School?
Go To Sleep?
Keep Clean?
Tell the Truth?

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