Sensory Play!

I had a couple tours of my school last week and each time as was asked “ why is sensory play so important?” Sensory interaction stimulates all of our senses depending on how you manipulate the activity, in helps with problem solving skills, build motor skills, and social skills. Sensory play in my classroom is also use help children self- regulate when they’re feeling frustrated or anxious. I invite teachers to integrate sensory play into your daily routine and record what you see. **want ideas on including sensory interaction into your classroom for ages 4.5-11 drop? Send me a message** #sensoryplay #sensoryinteraction #iepcoaching #ieptraining #ieptips #ard #ppcd #sped #specialneedsfamilies #autismfamillies #autismmom #autismdad #autismawareness #autismacceptance #inclusionstartswithme


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Tracey McEntyre

IEP Coach

Tel: 940.536.3312

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