We all have different voices, hair colors, thoughts and opinions. Each of us has our own unique sensory makeup too. We all have our favorite smells, tastes, and activities that “fit” with our sensory systems. These are our “sensory preferences”.
Our sensory preferences can change depending on the time of day, our mood, how much we’ve had, if we’re sick, and for lots of other reasons.
Using a sensory-friendly approach to teaching and parenting isn’t just for kids who have special needs.
All kids learn and play more successfully when their unique sensory needs are met. And all kids benefit from having access to knowledge about the way their bodies and sensory systems work.
Now, you can get your FREE printable survey to do with your child! This simple, one-page worksheet is a great way to get the conversation started between parents, kids, and teachers about our unique sensory preferences.
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Want to learn more about how to introduce the concept of sensory processing and sensory materials in the classroom or in your home? We’ve got you covered there too.
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