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Play Ideas for Children with Sensory Needs

Aims and objectives - Delegates will have opportunities to:

During this course we will draw on neuroscience and child development to explore play ideas to regulate the senses. These ideas will be particularly valuable to teach children with sensory processing difficulties, support children’s self-regulation and develop fine motor skills.

We will:

  • Consider children’s sensory preferences
  • Develop a plan to gradually expose children to different materials, textures and/or experiences
  • Look at practical ideas for activities and materials

Links to Early Years and SEND guidance: Birth to 5 Matters 2021 (Personal Social and Emotional Development; Physical Development; Expressive Arts and Designs); Statutory Framework for the EYFS 2021 (‘Managing Children’s Behaviour’ points 3.53-3.54); SEND Code of Practice 2015 (‘The Graduated Approach’ points 5.36-5.46 and 6.44-6.56).

Audience: All Practitioners in Early Years PVI Settings and Schools

Trainer: Carla Cornelius

To book this course, please complete our booking enquiry form

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