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' …
Richard Hirstwood showing you how to use an umbrella to focus attention and stimuli.
THis video demonstrates how to create a sensory experience for a child with additional needs using easy to buy and affordable materials
A great visual summary of ideas used in lots of different settings. Many of the ideas are using cheap/everyday materials.
I love fireworks app. This has associated firework visuals and sounds - great fun!
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
Carousel Days are fun, multisensory education experiences for learners with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). They were developed by The School for Profound Education, part of The Children's Trust, …
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.
Balls, the iPhone app developed by Ioitic turns the iPhone into a hypnotic electric wind chime, complete with slidable coloured balls.