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Joining in with Sensory Differences

NHSGGC shared the following update in their latest Kids newsletter

Following feedback from a number of users we have created an easy to access sensory section where you can find a video about living with sensory differences from a child’s perspective along with the sensory questionnaires. This should make it easier for everyone to access this information.

Autumn sensory bins

Sensory play is so important for young, learning minds. Though sensory play children are allowed to safely explore new materials and reinforce concepts through their five senses. As a child plays in a sensory bin, their sense of touch is awakened, as is the sense of sound, sight and even scent. (Some sensory bins are even taste safe or edible, too)!