It’s the difference between good teachers and great teachers.
Great teachers know that all kids benefit from a whole-body, multi-sensory approach to learning. They get kids out of their seats, let them get their hands dirty, and use a variety of media to capture kids’ attention and keep them engaged.
The good news is that parents can use these same ideas to introduce sensory play at home.
They can use these sensory play activities to help kids learn about their bodies and the way their sensory systems work. Through these play experiences, kids can learn about their own unique sensory preferences – what revs them up, what calms them down, what helps them focus, and what makes them feel overwhelmed.
Sensory play and multi-sensory learning are great ways to increase participation, promote creativity, and encourage exploration for all kids. Sensory experiences allow kids to move their bodies, interact with their surroundings, and blow off steam…all while making important gains in cognitive and motor development.
And guess what? Today we have an awesome free printable full of prompts to help get you get started with some creative sensory play!
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Want to learn more about how to give your children the invaluable support they need for their sensory systems? We’ve got you covered there too.
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