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Rhyming Multisensory Stories - Storytelling Through the Senses Connecting individuals with special educational needs aged 3-19, EYFS, Primary and SALT students to literature, culture, history and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives.

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Rhyming Multisensory Stories - Storytelling Through the Senses Connecting individuals with special educational needs aged 3-19, EYFS, Primary and SALT students to literature, culture, history and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives.
A Train Ride Through India Multisensory Story
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Climb aboard for a multisensory exploration of Indian culture told through the eyes of a train passenger. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. TABLE OF CONTENTS How to Tell a Multisensory Story A Train Ride Through India (Full Poem) A Train Ride Through India (Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step, Multisensory Poem) A Train Ride Through India Listening Game A Train Ride Through India Sensory Bin A Train Ride Through India Sensory Bag Sensory Indian Flag Train Ride Role Play Mehndi Lets Explore…Asiatic Lions India Sensory Ideas & Inspiration Q & A Thank you for looking. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Airports and Airplanes Sensory Story and Teaching Pack
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Airports and Airplanes Sensory Story and Teaching Pack

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Just Landed! ‘Airports and Airplanes’ Teaching Pack, includes a fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story, mini ‘Brief History of Flight’ sensory story plus themed, activities for sensory learners of all ages. ‘This is a story about travel, airports, and planes Luggage, security, gates, and runways The feelings on my senses, smell, hearing, touch, taste, sight In the airport building, and when I’m on my flight’ Join our character as s/he experiences the sights, sounds, smells, tastes and textures of the airport from the check-in desk to landing! TABLE OF CONTENTS The benefits of multisensory storytelling Story delivery ideas Skills promoted in this teaching pack How to tell a multisensory story Use sound effects in sensory storytelling Story props checklist Airports and Airplanes a fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story Sunflower ice activity Plasticine sunflowers Pompom sunflowers Sunflower head printing Sensory paint Seascapes and clouds 3D landscape Airplane vapour trails art activity Airplanes on the runway art activity Cloud dough recipe Chickpea cloud dough recipe The sounds of the airport and airplane The smells of the airport and airplane The tastes of the airport and airplane The textures of the airport and airplane Flight sensory bag Emotions Life skills: pack a holiday suitcase Role play Re-create a virtual flight The perfumery ‘A Brief history of Flying’ mini sensory story Promoting literacy skills Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or queries Thank you for looking:)
The Farm A Multisensory Story/Resource +101 Activities
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The Farm A Multisensory Story/Resource +101 Activities

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‘The Farm’ - A Multisensory Story plus 101 Farm Themed Extension Activities! Explore the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and textures of the farm with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story with 101 farm themed, sensory extension activities. Table of Contents How to tell a Multisensory Story The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling Story Props/Resources Checklist The Farm Full Story The Farm Fully Resourced, step-by-step Multisensory Story Farmyard Art The Sensory Cow Farming Culture & Celebrations Around the World D & T D & T Food Technology & Healthy Eating Trips, Visits & Enrichment Activities Traditional Farming Methods Farming History: Children on the Victorian Farm Farm Themed Literacy Farm Themed Mathematics Farm Themed Counting Songs & Activities Farm Themed Sorting Activities Farm Themed Mathematics (Weights & Measures) Farmyard PE Farmyard Yoga Plants & Life Cycles Role Play Farm Safety Farmyard Science The Sensory Farm The Sensory Farm Classroom Wall Display Spotlight on…Fairfield School, Batley, Yorkshire Farmyard Small World Play Understanding the World Farm Animals Amazing Facts About Farm Animals
The Gingerbread Man A Multisensory Adventure
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The Gingerbread Man A Multisensory Adventure

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Join the Gingerbread Man on his adventures with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory adventure! This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to area of the curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. Table of Contents: Story Props Checklist How to Tell a Multisensory Story The Gingerbread Man Fully Resourced, Rhyming Multisensory Story Developing Understanding & Comprehension Story Map The Gingerbread Man Listening Game The Gingerbread Man Sensory Bag The Gingerbread Man Sensory Bin Let’s Explore…Foxes Ginger Food Tasting Ginger Arts & Crafts Salt Dough Gingerbread Man Decorations Running Races Gingerbread Man Hunt How to Grow Ginger From a Root Classic Gingerbread Man Recipe Vegan Gingerbread Man Recipe
The Three Little Pigs Multisensory Story Teaching Resource
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The Three Little Pigs Multisensory Story Teaching Resource

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Join the Three Little Pigs on a Multisensory Adventure with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story and themed extension activities. TABLE OF CONTENTS Story Props How to Tell a Multisensory Story The Three Little Pigs Full Story The Three Little Pigs, Fully Resourced, Multisensory Story The Three Little Pigs Listening Game The Three Little Pigs Sensory Bag The Three Little Pigs Sensory Bin Sensory Mud Brick Wall Rubbings Building Site Role Play Lego Therapy Building Towers Stick House Den Building A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Thank you for looking:) If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears Multisensory Story
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Goldilocks and the Three Bears Multisensory Story

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Join Goldilocks on her adventures with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Table of contents: Introduction Story Props Checklist How to Tell a Multisensory Story Goldilocks & The Three Bears Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step Multisensory Story Developing Comprehension & Understanding Storyboard Themed Listening Game Themed Sensory Bag Hard and Soft Themed Sensory Bin Oat Bear Art Raised Bear Salt Picture The Three Bears Kitchen - Oat Milk Recipe The Three Bears Bathroom - Oatmeal Facemask & Oat Bath Teddy Bears Picnic Let’s Explore…Bears! Make a Bear Habitat Bear Hugs FAQ Thank you for looking. You questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome!
The Romans A Multisensory Adventure
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The Romans A Multisensory Adventure

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The Romans have arrived! Join our Roman soldier on his adventures with this fully resourced, step by step multisensory story. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Table of Contents Introduction The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling How to tell a Multisensory Story Story Props The Romans Full Story The Romans Fully Resourced Step-by-Step Multisensory Story Re-create a Roman Archaeological Dig Gladiators Make a Gladiator Meal Build a Small World Roman Fort Hadrian’s Wall The Roman Bath House Mosaics Roman Food Roman Medicine The Roman School Roman Gods Roman Themed Sensory Ideas & Inspiration Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome!
Burns Night A Multisensory Story
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Burns Night A Multisensory Story

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This teaching resource includes sensory extension activities linked to excerpts of Robert Burns Poems. This story presents a wonderful opportunity to connect individuals to literature, Scottish culture and the exploration of the rhyme and rhythm in poetry. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Burns Night Table of Contents Introduction How to tell a Multisensory Story Story Props Checklist Burns Night Full Poem Burns Night Fully Resourced, Multisensory Poem ‘Bessie and her Spinning Wheel’ ‘To a Mouse’ Sensory Bin ‘Winter’ ‘One Night as I did Wander’ ‘The Whistle’ ‘Lines on the Fall of Fyres’ ‘Ye Flowery Banks’ ‘The Dusty Miller’ Burns Supper Invitation Burns Supper Mud Kitchen (Including Burns Supper Recipes) Scotland Sensory Flag Scottish Dancer Craft Activity Vegetarian Haggis Recipe Burns Night Sensory Ideas & Inspiration FAQ Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome!
Jobs and Work Experience Multisensory Story and Teaching Resource
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Jobs and Work Experience Multisensory Story and Teaching Resource

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Told as a multisensory story, this resource explores the world of jobs and work experience. The extension activities are set up to appeal to appeal to a range of ages and abilities. Early Years and Reception and Year 1 students can explore the world of work through role play and classroom based activities. PMLD students can explore the world of work through the sensory props and themed activities. For post-16 students there are ideas for work experience within the whole school and suggestions for where to look for work placements in the wider community. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. Table of Contents Introduction The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling How to Tell a Multisensory Story Story Props Checklist Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step Multisensory Story The Coffee Shop The Library The Charity Shop The Garden Centre The Hair Salon The Pet Store College Classroom Job Board Whole School/Setting Job Board The Interview What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Thank you for looking:)
Holi A Sensory Story and Bumper Teaching Pack
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Holi A Sensory Story and Bumper Teaching Pack

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Celebrate the magic and colour of the festival of Holi with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. TABLE OF CONTENTS Prepare to Celebrate (Gathering Story Props) How to Tell a Multisensory Story Holi Full Poem Story Delivery Ideas Holi- A Multisensory Exploration Skills and areas of Learning Promoted During the Multisensory Storytelling Session Holi Themed Sensory Bag Holi Themed Sensory Pot Pourri Bag Holi Themed Sensory Umbrella Holi Themed Sensory Tent Holi Themed Sensory Bin Using Dyes and Food Colouring to Colour Sensory Bin Fillers Holi Themed Listening Game Indian Music Sensory Paint How to Make Powdered Chalk Taste Safe Powder Paint Balloon Splatter Art Activity Primary Colour Mixing Ziplock Activity Fi Let’s Make…Holi Powder Paint Jackson Pollock Themed Art Scented Paint Paint Bombs & Cinnamon Stick Painting Paint Splatter Picture Colour Sorting Thandai Recipe Holi Ideas & Inspiration Q & A
Little Red Riding Hood A Multisensory Adventure
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Little Red Riding Hood A Multisensory Adventure

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Join Little Red Riding Hood on her adventures with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. TABLE OF CONTENTS Story Props Checklist How to Tell a Multisensory Story Little Red Riding Hood Full Story Little Red Riding Hood Fully Resourced, Rhyming Multisensory Story Developing Understanding & Comprehension Story Map Little Red Riding Hood Listening Game Little Red Riding Hood Sensory Bag Little Red Riding Hood Sensory Bin Let’s Explore…Wolves! Mirror Mirror Reflections Self Portrait Ideas & Inspiration Red Woodland Activity Ideas & Inspiration Nature’s Weather Stations Edible Flowers
Autumn A Multisensory Story
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Autumn A Multisensory Story

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Explore the sights, sounds, smells and textures of Autumn with this fully resourced, step by step multisensory exploration. A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Table of Contents Introduction Story Props Checklist How to Tell a Multisensory Story Autumn Full Story Autumn Fully Resourced, Rhyming Multisensory Story Autumn Themed Sensory Bin Let’s Explore…Dormice Let’s Explore…Hedgehogs Autumn Sensory Walk Autumn Food Tasting Make a Bug Hotel Autumn Leaves Craft Activity The Colours of Autumn The Sensory Scarecrow 40 Autumn Ideas & Inspiration Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome!
Rainforest Multisensory Adventure Plus Themed Sensory Extension Activities
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Rainforest Multisensory Adventure Plus Themed Sensory Extension Activities

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Join our explorer on their adventures as s/he explores the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and textures of The Amazon Rainforest with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story/teaching resource plus sensory, rainforest themed activities! This is a very special resource as all the artwork has been contributed by autistic artists from Manaus in the Amazon Basin and other regions of Brazil. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Galeria Aut Denise Teperine The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling How to tell a Multisensory Story Story Props/Resources Checklist The Rainforest Full Story The Rainforest Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step Multisensory Story Rainforest Sensory Art Henry Rosseau Rainforest Leaves ‘Eterno Amor’ ‘Amazonia’ ‘Arvore da Vida’ ‘Tribes of the Amazon’ The Sensory Rainforest Rainforest Slime Recipe Rainforest Sensory Mud Recipe Rainforest Crafts Rainforest Leaves Foil Embossed Greetings Card Rainforest Leaves Wax Picture D & T Design a Rainforest Home Leafcutters Planet Earth Rainforest in a Bottle Starry Night in a Bottle Snappy Caiman Counting Crocodiles D & T Healthy Eating The World Around Us Planting Beans Will it Grow? Tree Seeds Rainforest Products Rainforest Compost Growing Potatoes from Peelings The World Around Us - Creatures of the Amazon Creatures of the Amazon Through the Senses Endangered Species Animal Tracks The Spider’s Larder Rainforest PE Rainforest Adventure Obstacle Course Rainforest Science - The Role of the Rainforest Oxygen The Water Cycle Make a Rain Guage Erosion Decay Rainforest Science The Power of the Sun Experiment The Ice Caps Experiment Water Pollution Experiment Greenhouse Gas Experiment Culture & Tradition - The Tribes of the Amazon The Achuar Tribe The Yanomami Tribe The Huaorani Tribe The Kayapo Tribe The Mascho Piro Tribe The Matses Tribe Music Make a Rainmaker The Sounds of the Rainforest Role Play Can you Survive a Night in the Rainforest?
Chinese New Year Multisensory Story and Bumper Teaching Pack
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Chinese New Year Multisensory Story and Bumper Teaching Pack

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Explore the sights, sounds, smells, tastes and textures of Chinese New Year with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story. This teaching pack includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech and Language and EAL students. Table of Contents: Prepare to Celebrate (Gathering Story Props) How to Tell a Multisensory Story Chinese New Year – A Multisensory Exploration Developing Comprehension & Understanding Chinese New Year Themed Listening Game Chinese New Year Themed Sensory Bin Chinese New Year Themed Sensory Bag The Great Wall of China Terracotta Warriors ‘Five Oxen’ Sensory Art Chinese Art Chinese Music The Great Race The Great Race PMLD Multisensory Version Chinese New Year Guided Relaxation Adventure Chinese New Year Lucky/Unlucky Gifts Chinese Music Dragon Dance Spring Clean Your Classroom Chinese New Year Sensory Ideas & Inspiration What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture, and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention and language development), self-confidence and well-being (trying out new ideas and skills, practicing self-care, independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause and effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine and gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment and the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social and emotional skills: (turn-taking, sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes, and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired, or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome! Thanks for looking:)
Winter A Multisensory Exploration Teaching Guide + over 50 Winter Themed Sensory Activities
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Winter A Multisensory Exploration Teaching Guide + over 50 Winter Themed Sensory Activities

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Explore the sights, sounds, smells, tastes and textures of Winter with this fully resourced, step by step multisensory story ‘I woke up this morning and to my delight A carpet of snow had fell in the night I put on my gloves, scarf and a hat And followed the tracks of a bird and a cat’ A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. Table of Contents Introduction Health & Safety The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling How to tell a Multisensory Story Story Props Winter- Full Story Winter- Fully Resourced, Step-by Step Story Sensory Snow Winter Themed Sensory Bin Winter Clothes Exploration Frozen Nature Blocks Expanding Water Experiment Feed the Birds Let’s Explore…Robins Winter Sensory Walk Magic Marshmallows Make a Snow Globe Snowmen Snowflakes Rainbow ice Sculpture Frozen Winter Flower Globe Winter Food Tasting Snowflake Decorations Winter Sensory Ideas & Inspiration This story includes over 50 themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome!
Halloween A Multisensory Adventure
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Halloween A Multisensory Adventure

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Join our witch on Halloween as she makes a grisly potion in her cauldron with this fully resourced, step by step multisensory exploration. Includes themed, sensory extension activities Table of Contents Introduction How to Tell a Multisensory Story The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling Story Props Checklist Halloween Full Poem Halloween Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step Multisensory Exploration Slime Recipe Potions Barm Brack Bread Dracula’s Castle Garlic Spooky Den All Souls Day Magic Pumpkins Frozen Monsters 8 Ideas with Leftover Pumpkins The Witch’s Larder Halloween Guided Adventure Halloween - A Mini Adventure (Using Sound Effects to tell a Story) Halloween Ideas & Inspiration This is the perfect resource for SEN students aged 3-19, EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students.   A multisensory story is told using props to engage the senses and back up the spoken word.   The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom.   What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote: Communication Skills: Eye contact, listening, shared attention and language development. Self-confidence & Well-being: Trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement. Self-awareness: Asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’ Opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills Physical Development: Fine & gross motor skills. Knowledge about the environment and the world around us. Engagement in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts. Development of social & emotional skills: turn-taking & sharing and teamwork. The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life.   Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome.
Jack and the Beanstalk - Sensory Story and Themed Sensory Extension Activities
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Jack and the Beanstalk - Sensory Story and Themed Sensory Extension Activities

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Join Jack on his adventures with this rhyming Jack & the Beanstalk Multisensory Story and Themed Sensory Extension Activities A multisensory story is told using sensory stimuli (props). The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. This story includes themed, sensory extension activities that link to the EYFS Framework and areas of the KS1 National Curriculum making them the perfect resource for Special Education (aged 3-19) EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Table of Contents Preparing to Meet Jack (Props Checklist) How to Tell a Multisensory Story Jack & the Beanstalk - Full Story Jack & the Beanstalk - A Rhyming Multisensory Story Developing Comprehension & Understanding Story Map Listening Game Themed Sensory Bag Themed Sensory Bin Jack’s Garden Jack’s Vegetable Scraps Jack’s Kitchen Jack’s Art Jack’s Sensory Cow Jack’s Science Lab Jack’s Maths Q & A
The Dentist - A Rhyming Multisensory Poem
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The Dentist - A Rhyming Multisensory Poem

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‘The Dentist’ is a fully resourced, step-by-step rhyming multisensory story. The story is based around a visit to the dentist and aims to help individuals overcome barriers to dental hygiene, building their confidence through exploring new and unfamiliar dental related sensory experiences. Repeating the story in a safe and comfortable setting, can help individuals them with their oral hygiene and can prepare them for a visit to the dentist. This is the perfect resource for SEN students aged 3-19, EYFS, Mainstream Primary, Speech & Language and EAL students. FAQ A multisensory story is told using props to engage the senses and back up the spoken word. The story props are low budget, everyday items found around the home, garden, outdoor areas and in the classroom. What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote: Communication Skills: Eye contact, listening, shared attention and language development. Self-confidence & well-being: Trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement. Self-awareness: Asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’ Opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills Physical Development: Fine & gross motor skills. Knowledge about the environment and the world around us. Engagement in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts. Development of social & emotional skills: turn-taking & sharing and teamwork. The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome.
Washing Hands Multisensory Poem
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Washing Hands Multisensory Poem

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This resource was originally written in 2020 during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic and is aimed at supporting young children and individuals with special educational needs with their hand hygiene. It takes the form of a step by step multisensory poem and includes fun extension activities
The Queens Jubilee Sensory Story and Teaching Resource plus 70 Sensory Themed Extension Activities
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The Queens Jubilee Sensory Story and Teaching Resource plus 70 Sensory Themed Extension Activities

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Join our character as s/he joins the Queen at Buckingham Palace with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story and teaching resource. Includes 70 sensory themed extension activities linking to areas of the curriculum. Table of Contents The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling How to tell a Multisensory Story Story Props/Resources The Queen’s Jubilee Fully Resourced Step-By-Step Multisensory Story The Queen’s Sensory Handbag The Crown Jewels The Queen’s Perfume The Queen’s Teapot The Jubilee Beacons The Union Jack The River of Hope The Jubilee Time Capsule Jubilee Expressive Arts & Drama Jubilee D&T Cooking & Nutrition Independent Life Skills Jubilee PE Jubilee PSHE Games Jubilee D&T Jubilee Arts & Crafts Jubilee Music Jubilee RE The Queen’s Postbox The Queen’s Green Canopy Misc What are the Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling? Storytelling creates a bond between the storyteller and the story explorer enhancing and enriching experiences. Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect the individual to literature, culture and topic in a fun and engaging way. The stories form a base on which to scaffold learning enabling the student to work on personal goals and individual targets. The activities in the stories are designed to promote communication skills: (eye contact, listening, shared attention & language development), self-confidence & well-being (trying out new ideas & skills, practicing self-care & independence and enjoying achievement), self-awareness: (asking for ‘help’, ‘again’ and ‘more’), present opportunities to explore cause & effect and build anticipation skills, promote physical development: (fine & gross motor skills), build knowledge about the environment & the world around us, to engage in scientific experimentation and mathematical concepts and to develop social & emotional skills: (turn-taking & sharing and teamwork). The sensory stimuli (story props) are a tool for the story explorer to explore and express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences and to have the opportunity to make choices. This information can be used to identify motivators or items to calm and individual when anxious, tired or stressed, identify triggers, (some you may wish to avoid, others to work on building tolerance through desensitisation in a safe and therapeutic environment) and used in the writing of care plans to enhance areas daily life. In light of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II this resource is now free to download and share Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome:)