We have had a lot of fun finding new ways to learn the Letters of the Alphabet with our theme this week. This was also the week that we hit @oursensorykids 1000 follower milestone. I am so proud of our ever growing sensory army and everything we represent.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
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