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I CAN’s ‘Jake and Tizzy’ stories

Rachel Trenchard, SEND and Early Years Consultant read the Jake and Tizzy books from I CAN. Rachel, an expert in the early years has reviewed the books with consideration of their impact and appeal. Jake and Tizzy book review Colourful and captivating would be just two of the words I would use to describe these exciting new titles. The simple …

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‘The Adventures of Jake and Tizzy’: a review…

Claire Findlay, an Early Years Training Consultant and one of our fantastic Early Talk Licensed Tutors has reviewed the brand new Jake and Tizzy stories and shared her professional opinion. We know that children love simple stories that relate to their world and the new Jake and Tizzy books do just that. Children will recognise familiar things and places in …

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Welcome to the World of Jake and Tizzy – Brand New Stories Available Now!

Explore the world of Jake and Tizzy in a series of story books produced by I CAN, the children’s communication charity. The books are based on everyday familiar situations and routines so that young children can easily relate to and enjoy them. The Jake & Tizzy books are also a fun way to support language development at pre-school age, helping …

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I CAN’s new ‘Jake and Tizzy’ stories

Clare Wilson, the Early Language and Communication Advisor for Ark Schools, read the eight Jake and Tizzy stories and shared her professional opinion with us. I CAN’s Jake and Tizzy books are a great resource for parents and professionals to help develop young children’s language skills. The eight books in the series show Jake and Tizzy in a range of …

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Phil Kelly cycles RideLondon for I CAN

Triathlons and cycling has filled a massive void for me since retiring from rugby last year. I heard about the Ride London event through my club and was excited about a challenge of 100 miles on closed roads around London and Surrey where I grew up. My niece Eva attends Meath School, and I was therefore aware of the I …

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