Here are 16 ideas for sensory loving kiddies this Christmas….Read More
It has been a very busy week of musical play. Below are some wonderful sound themed activities for your gorgeous sensory kids, enjoy.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 have been collecting interesting hats for years now. When I am at the boot sale and walk passed the ugliest, most garish hats, I have to buy them!
This game develops skills to choose from a selection, to keep a hat on for a short period and to finish their turn and pass to a friend.Read More
This is an adult led game we play in which our sensory children practise keeping their focus and attention on the lead speaker, being part of a group and reacting to cause and effect.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