You can count on the 10Tickers Book Series!
These engaging books deliver key educational concepts by following the thoughts and adventures of the Ticker characters in their everyday lives.
Brought to you by the cream of teaching talent, with over 100 years of combined experience in education, each book is supported with extensive parent/teacher guidance notes and cross mapped with ideas from the Early Years Foundation Framework so children can get the head start in learning that they deserve.
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The Tickers are introduced sequentially. We would suggest that the books are read in the order below (1 – 9, then 0, then 10).
These engaging books introduce the Tickers in their everyday lives, and follow their thoughts and adventures. The content of each book contains learning experiences and activities which are broadly in line with the EYFS curriculum. The books aim to ignite individual children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. The series gives them a broad range of knowledge and skills that provide the best possible start, as they play, explore and develop positive attitudes to learning, whilst steadily progressing towards the Early Learning Goals.
The books also support the personal, social and emotional area of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, by introducing ‘Circle Time’ opportunities to explore some of the positive and negative emotions that young children experience, such as happiness, fear, fun and excitement, as they play, explore and develop positive attitudes to learning.
Every child is unique and whilst many are ready to use these books with you, before the age of three years, others will benefit from them at a later stage. Whenever you set out, enjoy the journey together.
“Young children learn best through play. The Ticker books provide an excellent resource for them, together with their parents, carers and teachers, to experience the joy of learning about words and numbers, shape and colour, in ways that are playful, engaging and enjoyable.”
Professor Lesley Abbott, Professor of Early Childhood Education