Learning with the senses

Boxed games and work at the desk have their place but nothing beats learning through movement and sensory experiences. I find adding multiple sensory elements, as tolerated, helps children retain and stay engaged. It doesn’t have to be expensive; doing a worksheet against the wall or tape it under the desk, playing a game on a wobble board or over a Swiss ball, draw shapes or letters on the side of the bath or shower instead of on paper, hide the game pieces in a tub of rice and ask them to find them with eyes closed. #sensoryplay #learning #schoolreadiness #sensorylearning #occupationaltherapy #occupationaltherapist 


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