1.5 Hour course

Beyond the Sensory Table: Classroom Strategies for Sensory Play

Are you looking for fresh ideas for sensory play in your classroom? Did you know we actually have eight senses? Come learn how each sense develops from infancy through childhood with experiential activities that bring our sensory systems to life. Sensory play is fun for children and teachers alike, so we want to harness the power of sensory play to promote learning and development. Look beyond the sensory table and learn how to incorporate sensory play into all classroom routines. You’ll leave this training with over 50 fun sensory activities to do with your class and new ways to jazz up your sensory table with toys and materials that get kids excited to use it. 
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Course Details

  • 5 Lessons

    • An Introduction 
    • The Five Primary Senses
    • The Three Hidden Senses
    • Benefits of Sensory Play
    • Classroom Routines Through a Sensory Lens 

Bonus Materials

  • Sensory Bottle Guide
  • Sensory Table Handout
  • Heavy Work Handout
 Certificate for 1.5 continuing education hours awarded upon completion of course and quiz
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  This course is best for professionals working with children birth - 6 years
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