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The Whole Shabang Book and CD – A Shabang! Production

£18.00

“The Whole Shabang, Volume 1” includes a CD of 17 catchy and original songs accompanied by an illustrated songbook containing Makaton signs, musical score and weather of practical and creative ideas to enhance learning.

The resources in this unique book have been developed over years of hands-on experience in nurseries and special educational settings by musicians and theatre practitioners Russ Elias and Kim Reuter of Shabang! Theatre Adventures with quirky and delightful illustrations by Kath Stewart.

Using two themes – the SEA and the GARDEN, this creative resource features songs to start and end your day, songs to build language and facilitate group sessions and songs to encourage participation and turn-taking.  Combined with MAKATON signs, the songs come alive to enhance any curriculum including a multi-sensory approach to every individual song and DIY toolkit packed with ideas to promote three-dimensional learning.  It also features a step-by-step guide related to EYFS assessment scales, NC attainment targets and ‘P’ performance scales for those with special needs.

Bag Lady Book and CD – A Shabang! Production

£9.00

Bags of songs, signs and ideas to educate and inspire children, with or without additional needs, their teachers and their families.  Another resource book and CD from Shabang!  which includes MAKATON signs, musical scores and is beautifully-illustrated by Kath Stewart. A DIY kit to get you started with some creative ideas and a score for each song.  Packed full of things to learn and do!

Where Is Pig?

£7.00

Where Is Pig? by Emma Furse introduces children to popular farm animals, with signs throughout the book.

I Love You Natty by Mia & Hayley Goleniowska from Downs Side Up

£6.00

In this inspirational introduction to Down’s Syndrome aimed at children, big sister Mia shows that we are all more alike than we realise.

New parents will benefit too, as they share this beautifully-illustrated book, complete with family photos, and children will adore its bright, visually-appealing content.

A must-read for those welcoming a baby or child with Trisomy 21 into their midst, for teachers prompting class discussions about inclusion and for medical professionals supporting families after a recent diagnosis.  I Love You Natty should be on a shelf in every home.