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Five Minute Box is offering a prize that will impact many children’s English and mathematics learning – time-saving interventions that can be reused again and again with proven effect.
Around 20% of children in every primary school class will struggle to keep up with classroom learning in literacy and mathematics. Failing to recognise these children and to support them early results in more widespread difficulties and the need for greater depth of intervention as they get older.
It is crucial to spot these 20% of children before their self-esteem begins to crumble as a result of realising their difficulties.
Five Minute Literacy Box and The Number Box are early intervention programmes to help every child move forward at their own pace of learning in literacy or maths.
All you need is the contents of these handy suitcases to practise basic English and mathematics skills in short, regular sessions.
Children love managing the resources themselves and taking charge of their learning.
Every child has the chance to learn self-help strategies with the multi-sensory teaching approach. This avoids learned helplessness, and over-reliance on adult support.
Perfect for any child losing out on learning, especially those with early signs of dyslexia or dyscalculia.
Progress in a box for any child feeling left behind in English or maths.
For your chance to win, simply fill out the short form below before 5pm on Friday 31 May 2019.
For more information visit fiveminutebox.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.