These are the iPad apps and sensory websites we have been loving for our Transport topicRead More
This is such a great theme for creating the most magical sensory invitations for our little ones!Read More
We had great fun on our sensory adventures this week, searching for all things dinosaur 🐢Read More
We have had a wondrous time exploring outer space this week, leading up to Earth Day today. There were so many amazing entries! See the ones we [FEATURED] below but also check out the #oursensorykids tag on Instagram because there were so many more amazing ones that we didn't have time to post!Read More
What great fun we have had on the lead up to Easter celebrations with a whole sensory fortnight on our EGGS theme!Read More
These are the Easter theme apps and websites we have been loving this year!Read More
For our sensory theme this week we have been exploring outside and have the muddy footprints to prove it!Read More
Who would have thought such a simple shape could inspire so much sensory inspiration?! Here is a round up of our wonderful fortnight of circle sensory play.Read More
Over on @oursensorykids Instagram page, we have been having so much fun exploring the colours of the rainbow together. We have featured some fantastic new ideas of how to engage our sensory kiddos in play and learning…Read More
This wonderfully warming sensory tray idea is fantastic for children learning to prepare a snack, without any risk involved. They can play and explore the ingredients without any pressure to consume also, great for those that are intolerant to certain foods or taste defensive.Read More
My recipe on how I colour dry rice ready for my tuff tray bins...Read More
This is a wonderfully illustrated and rhythmic book by Marcia Vaughan. It is one to be read aloud, explored and eaten! Have you ever tried making a book come alive?
It’s such a sensory-filled book with it’s repetitive verse and descriptive words. It’s a complete recipe for a sensory experience.
This story by Jill Murphy is one I am sure most of you have heard of and one you probably already love reading with your little ones… but have you ever tried making the book come alive?
All kids love a cardboard box to explore and this story is the perfect excuse to do just that.Read More
This classic by Micheal Rosen is one I am sure most of you have heard of and one you probably already love reading with your little ones… but have you ever tried making the book come alive?Read More
Music is a wonderful learning tool for our sensory kids. It supports engagement and adds fun to all areas of the curriculum. In our classroom we have songs for everything including putting our coats on for playtime.
I have discovered it is also a wonderful tool to support early communication. Through the games below you can develop early conversation skills with our sensory kids.Read More
Schools are obsessed with teaching and learning to read through phonics. This is great, fun, interactive, multi-sensory and helps lots of children learn to read-
However, it isn’t always an appropriate teaching method for our sensory kids. Often they just don’t learn in this way. They do not need to break down a word into sounds to read or spell, they have incredible memories and can just remember the words to read or spell them as a whole word.Read More
I love using our parachute. The opportunities are endless- and it makes everything fun!
Here I have listed our top three most used songs & games.Read More