Category Archives: Sensory

Sensorimotor Activities for Young Children

Written by JULIA GORHAM March 2019 Our Weekly Sensorimotor Weekly Programme Held At Our School Educators, Child Development Specialists, Physiologists, Neurologists and Paediatricians have proven that sensorimotor training can assist young children to a achieve more significantly in academic situations. … Continue reading

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Open ended modelling activities for young children

Written by Julia Gorham and Heather Step   During our Holiday Crafts programme, the children made pinch pots with homemade clay. They loved rolling the clay between the palms of their hands and pushing down hard with their thumbs in … Continue reading

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Endless fun blowing bubbles at the water table

By Julia Gorham Young children love playing and find water relaxing. Water play provides hours of rich and valuable early childhood experiences to develop children’s creativity and imagination.  Water play is both enjoyable and educational. It helps children develop eye-hand coordination and math and science concepts. It also enhances … Continue reading

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Sensory Shaving Cream Fun

Looking for a great sensory activity for your child? This really simple activity will provide your youngster with loads of soapy fun.  All you need is the following: A bottle of shaving cream A flat surface e.g. a plastic table … Continue reading

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