Mrs N J Jacques

 
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Geox Boys J Savage G Low-Top J0324G5443C9999 Black&hellip Geox
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, sturdy shoes, 27 Mar 2014
Fab shoes for an eight-year-old boy who loves doing cartwheels and head stands constantly! They polish up well and are the only shoes we buy which last well and don't fall apart. Great fit, easy to put on/take off independently and well worth the money.
Survival Guide for Kids with Autism Spectrum Disor&hellip by Elizabeth Verdick
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant book!, 27 Mar 2014
Found this book while Googling 'Rainbow - autistic spectrum disorder' while completing two autism training courses, including the Early Birds Plus course. We now sit and read a few pages at a time with our eight-year-old son as a tool to help him and us understand autism and his diagnosis. It is so good that his school SENCo has encouraged teachers and support staff to read it too and people on the course have also bought one after looking through our copy. We love how it is written for kids and adults to read and understand the content. Adults can also pick and choose sections or read from the start. It is written by two Mums who have children with autism and it feels that they understand… Read more
6 X Candy Floss Flavoured Sugars Including Delicio&hellip by Andrew James
5.0 out of 5 stars Delicious!, 27 Mar 2014
These sugars create awesome fair-ground style candy floss which taste delicious. You only need a tiny bit in the candy floss maker to make each candy floss so although the jars may seem small, they last for ages. The flavours are great too. We love them so much we are about to place our next order as we use the candy floss as a reward for our three kids for getting all their stars on their reward charts. We have managed, with practice, to make some huge fluffy candy flosses. Tip: when using your candy floss maker try rolling the stick with the fingers of both hands at the same time, at one end, backwards and forwards to keep the layers light and fluffy as this seems to stop it catching and… Read more