Part 2 - A collection of ideas you can use with pupils working at a sensory level.
Over the next week we will be posting lots of Sensory ideas on the SERC website. To start off I thought you may like these easy to make 'calm down' …
THis video demonstrates how to create a sensory experience for a child with additional needs using easy to buy and affordable materials
A review of i write words app. Useful as a different medium to encourage students to practice letter formation.
A great visual summary of ideas used in lots of different settings. Many of the ideas are using cheap/everyday materials.
Mr Fuzzy looks like he would be very popular !
In this short video Richard Hirstwood reviews the following apps: Weather HD Google Earth i make sounds Balloonymoulds The cat in a hat Ocean blue Uzu Boom
Newbridge Outreach uses pegs in a variety of activities to help develop pincer grip/ hand strength. Here is a colour matching activity using pegs. Thanks to Childcare.com.
http://www.YourTherapySource.com Here is an activity idea to encourage cognitive skills, fine motor skills, coordination, grading of muscle movements and forearm pronation/supination. Great idea for push …
Here is a lovely idea from Childcare.com - the balls in the box is a great way of containing them and help the students track the different colours.