Sensory Learning

 

For Sensory Activities you can do at home click here

Ideas of a range of different fun activities and messy play to try at home: Fun Activities

Sensory Play

https://ianbean.co.uk/Downloads/sensoryideas.pdf

Recipes and ideas to make at home, including some taste safe and edible ones.

Ideas for children with PMLD

http://www.nicurriculum.org.uk/curriculum_microsite/SEN_PMLD_thematic_units/

Games, activities, songs to provide a range of experiences for those children with PMLD (suitable for all ages)

150 Sensory Learning Ideas

https://inclusiveteach.com/2020/03/20/150-sensory-learning-ideas/

Loads of ideas here – something suitable for all abilities

Story Massage

https://www.storymassage.co.uk/

(live videos are on their facebook site)

Live Massage Stories Tuesdays and Thursdays 2pm

List of Sensory Play Ideas

https://www.learning4kids.net/list-of-sensory-play-ideas/

A wide range of sensory ideas – some of which are mess free or relatively easy to tidy up and some messier ideas if you are feeling brave!

Sensory Bags

https://family.disney.com/crafts/diy-sensory-bags/

Mess free sensory bags to explore

(Be careful – these don’t last long if they are mouthed / bitten!)

Empowering Little Minds

https://www.empoweringlittleminds.co.uk/resources-1?fbclid=IwAR2AInVCXXW_ZMOg4I3Xdynlze8fEwmRnUXe2b8i1rivmM17eSb1D9RpCuc

Sensory and play activities (including training)

Created specifically for children with SEN 

Home learning ideas for children with visual impairment

There are different levels of activity

https://www.pathstoliteracy.org/blog/while-you-are-home-activities-children-cvi

Active learning’ and exploring the environment is an approach we use at school. This website is particularly useful for children with PMLD.

This is an overview of how you can do it at home:

http://www.activelearningspace.org/families/families-overview

These are some ideas of activities which you can do at home using objects you will probably have at home.

http://www.activelearningspace.org/families/ideas-for-young-learners

‘Active learning’ and exploring the environment is an approach we use at school. This website is particularly useful for children with PMLD.

This is an overview of how you can do it at home:

http://www.activelearningspace.org/families/families-overview

These are some ideas of activities which you can do at home using objects you will probably have at home.

http://www.activelearningspace.org/families/ideas-for-young-learners

Active learning “home hacks” with loads of ideas of how to adapt and use things from home, includes a link at the bottom to activities and resources you can use from different rooms in your house.

http://www.activelearningspace.org/families/home-hacks/home-hacks-overview