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Rhyming Multisensory Stories Library

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Rhyming Multisensory Stories - Storytelling Through the Senses Connecting individuals with special educational needs and disabilities to literature, culture and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives.

Rhyming Multisensory Stories - Storytelling Through the Senses Connecting individuals with special educational needs and disabilities to literature, culture and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives.
Dear Santa - A Christmas Tale
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Dear Santa - A Christmas Tale

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This is a fully resourced, step-by-step rhyming multisensory poem. Join Johnny as he writes his letter to Santa! Includes: Dear Santa - A Fully Resourced Multisensory Story How to Tell a Multisensory Story Guide Christmas Listening Game Christmas Sensory Bag 40 Festive Activity Ideas The Sleigh Ride - A Guided Relaxation Rhyming Multisensory Stories tell a story using sensory stimuli (story props) to back up the spoken word connecting individuals with special educational needs to literature, culture and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives
The Beach - A Multisensory Exploration of the Seaside
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The Beach - A Multisensory Exploration of the Seaside

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A fully, resourced, step-by-step rhyming multisensory exploration of the seaside plus themed sensory extension activities. This resource is aimed at connecting young children and individuals with special educational needs (aged 3-19) with literature, topic and culture in a way that is meaningful to their lives. Table of Contents: Sourcing Story Props (low budget items found around the home/classroom) How to Tell a Multisensory Story The Beach - A Fully Resourced Rhyming Multisensory Story Story Map Seaside Sounds How to Make a Seaside Sensory Bag How to Make a Seaside Sensory Bin Sand Play How to Make a Seaside Sensory Bottle Sandy Footsteps Textured Sinking Sand & Sea Salt Scrub Beachcombing Art Seashell Rubbings & Sand Art Seaside Shop Role Play Q & A Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect individuals with special educational needs & disabilities (aged 3-19) to literature, culture and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives. A multisensory story is told through the senses using sensory stimuli (story props). The props are low budget, everyday items found around the home. This story is fully resourced and its easy to follow, step-by-step format makes it accessible for Parents/Carers as well as Teaching Staff, Speech & Language Therapists, Childminders, Play Therapists and anyone with an interest in storytelling in a fun and engaging way! The story is adapted to meet a range of abilities from curious primary school aged children to adolescents with complex needs. The rhythm and rhyme promotes communication skills (listening & attention, anticipation, turn-taking and making choices) and builds comprehension and understanding skills. The themed, sensory extension activities link to areas of the curriculum. Format: Full Colour eBook in PDF format
Jack & the Beanstalk - Sensory Story and Themed Sensory Extension Activities
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Jack & 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 Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect individuals with special educational needs & disabilities (aged 3-19) to literature, culture and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives. A multisensory story is told through the senses using sensory stimuli (story props). The props are low budget, everyday items found around the home. This story is fully resourced and the easy to follow, step-by-step format makes it accessible for Parents/Carers as well as Teaching Staff, Speech & Language Therapists, Childminders, Play Therapists and anyone with an interest in storytelling in a fun and engaging way! The story is adapted to meet a range of abilities from curious primary school aged children to adolescents with complex needs. The rhythm and rhyme promotes communication skills (listening & attention, anticipation, turn-taking and making choices) and builds comprehension and understanding skills. 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 Arts & Crafts Jack’s Maths Q & A
Minibeasts - A Multisensory Exploration
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Minibeasts - A Multisensory Exploration

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Minibeasts - A Multisensory Exploration This is a fully resourced, step by step exploration of minibeasts & themed, sensory extension activities. Table of Contents Story Props Checklist How to Tell a Multisensory Story Minibeasts - Full Poem Minibeasts - A Multisensory Exploration Minibeasts - Story Bag Minibeasts - Sensory Bin Outdoor Learning Ideas & Inspiration Minibeast Hunt Make a Wormery Minibeast Fun Facts Q & A Get in Touch Other Titles in this Series
The Dentist - A Rhyming Multisensory Poem, Oral Hygiene Strategies, Visuals in  a 26 page eBook
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The Dentist - A Rhyming Multisensory Poem, Oral Hygiene Strategies, Visuals in a 26 page eBook

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‘The Dentist’ is a multisensory poem/story suitable for individuals with SEN, PMLD, ASD, SPD, Complex Needs and Learning Disabilities aged 3 to 19 and for preschoolers and EYFS children. ‘The Dentist’ tells the story of a trip to the dentist using story props that are low budget items found around the home or classroom. The poem 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 the listener to become gradually desensitised, helping them with their dental hygiene and can to prepare them for a visit to the dentist. This is in an eBook format that includes a fully resourced step-by-step multisensory story, ‘How to tell a Sensory Story’ guide, Strategies and Extension Activities.
The Weather - A Fully Resourced, Step by Step Multisensory Poem
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The Weather - A Fully Resourced, Step by Step Multisensory Poem

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Some young children and individuals with special educational needs and disabilities dislike or even have a fear of certain types of weather e.g. Thunder and lightning or very windy weather. The weather is a constant and changing presence in our lives, therefore it is important to help individuals build a sensory tolerance and understanding of the different types of weather conditions and how they affect us. Many of the clothes and items used for taking precautions in different weathers often have textures and smells that may be overwhelming for an individual with sensory processing needs e.g. wearing hats and sunglasses and tolerating wearing sunscreen in hot weather or wearing or a waterproof jacket and wellingtons in the rainy weather. This resource aims to address these sensory challenges through a fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story. Repeated exposure in a safe environment can help to desensitise and familiarise the sensory experiences associated with the weather for the sensory explorer. This resource includes fun and motivating, sensory extension activities that will build communication skills and connect the sensory explorer to science in a way that is meaningful to their lives. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Health & Safety Story Props The Weather – Full Poem How To Tell a Multisensory Story The Weather Step-by-Step Multisensory Poem Weather Themed Listening Game Weather Themed Sensory Bag Weather Themed Sensory Bin Seasonal Weather Boxes Weather Themed Art & Craft Record the Weather The Weather Forecast Weather Observation & Scientific Exploration Project a Rainbow Rainbow’s End Treasure Hunt Weather Activity Ideas & Inspiration FAQ Your questions, queries, comments and feedback are always welcome. Get in touch! www.rhymingmultisensorystories.com rhymingmultisensorystories@outlook.com
Journey into Space - A Multisensory Exploration of the Solar System & Extension Activities
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Journey into Space - A Multisensory Exploration of the Solar System & Extension Activities

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‘Journey Into Space’ A Multisensory Exploration of the Solar System & Sensory Themed Extension Activities ** Table of Contents:** Buckle Up! Story Prop Checklist How to Tell a Multisensory Story Journey Into Space A Multisensory Story Developing Comprehension & Understanding Story Map Space Sounds (Listening Game) How to Make a Space Themed Sensory Bag How to Make a Space Themed Sensory Bin Space Relaxation – A Guided Relaxation Space Adventure! Create an Astronaut Role Play Area Galaxy Art The Space Lab Space Design & Technology Q & A Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect individuals with special educational needs & disabilities (aged 3-19) to literature, culture and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives. A multisensory story is told through the senses using sensory stimuli (story props). The props are low budget, everyday items found around the home. This story is fully resourced and its easy to follow, step-by-step format makes it accessible for Parents/Carers as well as Teaching Staff, Speech & Language Therapists, Childminders, Play Therapists and anyone with an interest in storytelling in a fun and engaging way! The story is adapted to meet a range of abilities from curious primary school aged children to adolescents with complex needs. The rhythm and rhyme promotes communication skills (listening & attention, anticipation, turn-taking and making choices) and builds comprehension and understanding skills. The themed, sensory extension activities link to areas of the curriculum.
Chinese New Year - A Multisensory Exploration
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Chinese New Year - A Multisensory Exploration

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A fully, resourced, step-by-step rhyming multisensory story exploring Chinese New Year Celebrations plus themed sensory extension activities and a guided relaxation adventure. This resource is aimed at connecting young children and individuals with special educational needs (aged 3-19) with literature, topic and culture in a way that is meaningful to their lives. 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 Listening Game Chinese New Year Sensory Bin Chinese New Year Sensory Bag Chinese New Year Guided Relaxation Adventure Chinese Construction Activities Chinese Art Dragon Dance Q & A Format: 32 page. full colour eBook Rhyming Multisensory Stories connect individuals with special educational needs & disabilities (aged 3-19) to literature, culture and topic in a way that is meaningful to their lives. A multisensory story is told through the senses using sensory stimuli (story props). The props are low budget, everyday items found around the home. This story is fully resourced and its easy to follow, step-by-step format makes it accessible for Parents/Carers as well as Teaching Staff, Speech & Language Therapists, Childminders, Play Therapists and anyone with an interest in storytelling in a fun and engaging way! The story is adapted to meet a range of abilities from curious primary school aged children to adolescents with complex needs. The rhythm and rhyme promotes communication skills (listening & attention, anticipation, turn-taking and making choices) and builds comprehension and understanding skills. The themed, sensory extension activities link to areas of the curriculum.
Listen A-Z Sensory Ideas and Inspiration
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Listen A-Z Sensory Ideas and Inspiration

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Listen - A - Z Sensory Ideas and Inspiration This is a complete reference guide for Parents/Carers, Early Years and Special Education Professionals. Our senses are constantly bombarded with stimuli in our busy lives. To a young child or an individual with special educational needs and disabilities this sensory overload can sometimes cause them to ‘switch-off’. Focusing on individual sounds provides the opportunity to concentrate on the sense of hearing alone helping the sensory explorer to make sense of their environment. Other benefits of focusing on the sense of hearing are teaching sound discrimination, promoting the development of language, communication skills and increasing attention span. This comprehensive guide explores fun and engaging sensory ways of stimulating the sense of hearing. The A-Z of sounds is divided into the following categories: Animals, Transport, Musical Instruments & Home. It also includes fun, motivating sensory themed extension activities. This resource is suitable for working with curious preschoolers to teenagers with complex needs. For your FREE preview/sample visit: www.rhymingmultisensorystories.com/whats-new TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Listening Games Sound Effect & Audio Clip Libraries Make Your Own Sound Effects How to Play a Listening Game Ideas for Themed Listening Games Guided Relaxation Building Vocabulary Stimulate the Auditory System Guide to Using the A-Z Resource A-Z Resource Sounds to Alert us and Keep us Safe FAQ Get in Touch Other Titles in this Series
A Different Day - A Multisensory Poem to help Individuals Understand Covid-19
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A Different Day - A Multisensory Poem to help Individuals Understand Covid-19

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This is a fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory poem aimed at helping individuals with SEN age 3-19  (ASD,  MLD, PMLD, Downs Syndrome, Global Delay, SPD and other learning needs) understand and cope with the Covid-19 lockdown in a way that is meaningful to the individual. It is also suitable EYFS and young children. It works well as a 1-1 or group activity in the classroom and its easy format makes it an excellent resource to be shared with parents/families to use at home. The poem is told through the voice of a child on the Autism Spectrum and explores topics such as wearing masks, washing hands, social distancing, school and park closures, social distancing in a fun and engaging way using story props and activities. This resource includes: A fully resourced, step-by-step multsensory poem Supporting Visuals ‘How to Tell a Multisensory Story’ Guide ‘Multisensory Stories in SEN Settings’ Guide Sensory Inspiration, ideas and extension activities