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Dinosaurs 🐒

We had great fun on our sensory adventures this week, searching for all things dinosaur 🐒

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Sensory Phonics

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.

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