In this session we will discuss. How sensory based activities link directly to the EYFS. We will look new edible activity ideas and how we can promote inclusion environments for all. We will discuss the Science behind why we do messy sensory play, benefits of sensory based play and learning and how sensory learning stimulates our senses and nerve connections.
We will consider the benefits for children with sen and complex needs, how to create a low cost sensory environment and how to maximise the space you have.
We will also be looking at sensory processing difficulties and who may suffer with these more and show you how to adapt resources catering for food allergies. And much much more!
- Showing you some great edible resources for you to use, such as edible frogs spawn, edible string etc!
- Lots of time to ask questions
- Build new connections within the field of education and early years
Louise has 25 years of training and experience in childcare, education, health and social care. She is a sensory specialist for all individuals from birth right through to the elderly. Within her company she sees around 140 individuals a week. She also specialises in autism, learning disabilities, complex health care needs, SEMH and dementia.
Messy senses is one of the only companies worldwide to deliver a vast amount of services to all ages and abilities. Sensory learning and development has no limits and this is demonstrated within our training courses.
During the pandemic our training course went global and we have trained thousands of parents, carers and professionals all over the world!
Our ethos is inclusion for all and this signs through in all of our bespoke services that we offer.