These resources and ideas will assist you with planning a sensory approach to the curriculum.  New resources and ideas will feature on this page:

FEATURED RESOURCE
Our very lovely friend and colleague, Hilary King wrote this song especially for us to launch the Sensory Learning Toolkit.  We had an audience of 60 plus special educators at Blennz Homai in Auckland.  Have a listen, learn the words and sing-a-long!! 

THE SUPER SENSORY TOOLKIT SONG



THUNDER SENSORY STORY!
A short sensory story about Thunder! Such a simple concept.  the approach can so easily be adapted to create other sensory adventures for our students.  Has great sound effects and images. 


THUNDER SENSORY STORY


JUB JUB DOCUMENTARY
A short documentary by an Australian Theatre Company working with a special school in Australia.  It is a wonderful example of a sensory approach to learning and why working through the senses with our students is  fundamental to their engagementparticipation and understanding. 

THE JUB JUB TREE DOCUMENTARY

 "Learning and retention improve depending on how many of our senses are engaged'. (Dorell, 2015). 

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USING THE iPAD ON THE BIG SCREEN IN A SENSORY STUDIO: Richard Hirstwood
Some lovely ideas for immersing your students in a sensory using the iPad and some cool apps.  Show a range of great examples covering age, ability and topic ranges.

Immersive IPad project

How could you use this with your students?
We would love to hear your thoughts and  ideas. 
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