Positive Relationships: Observing behaviour - Easy as ABC

ABC charts are an excellent means of tracking and evaluating children's behaviour, explain Rachel Lo and Ann Henderson in their new book, The Social Child. All children attending early years settings experience occasions when they may lack the appropriate emotional, social or behavioural skills needed to ensure that their needs are met. During these times, when communication is limited and children find it difficult to express what they want/need/are thinking/are feeling, children's behaviour may be such that it impacts on the well-being of the child and the other children/adults around them.

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