How to plan and prepare for sensory play
Newsletter 2 : sensory play mini series
So far this month I’ve (hopefully) persuaded you to give sensory play a try. This week, I want to talk about how to plan and prepare for sensory play because it isn’t really an activity that you should do on a whim!
To avoid chaos, a certain amount of preparation is required so that you don’t fall into the trap of a huge clean up operation!
This week, we are exploring a parent’s role in sensory play along with recommended ground rules to follow when planning and preparing activities.
April at a glance:
The Importance of Sensory Play - 4th April
Planning and Preparing for Sensory Play- 11th April
Do you really need to use food in sensory play? - 18th April (this email)
Simple Sensory Play Activities plus guide - 25th April
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