Many children benefit from sensory aids throughout the school day. It helps them to pay better attention and reduce tensions. A sensory valuable corridor in the school is definitely recommended. The children with stimuli processing problems can then enjoy themselves between lessons and thus experience challenge and relaxation, in order to be able to follow the lesson properly again.
A sensory gait is a tool to move and relax by, for example, hopping, pushing hands against the wall (this gives deep pressure and calms the nervous system and body!) Accepting sensory aids can be a very good way out for both the children themselves with stimulus processing problems and also for teachers! It ensures better concentration and to get out of over or understimulation, and through movement or chewing, for example, to be able to pay attention again in class, or to regulate stress.
Not only a sensory gait, but also small sensory aids in the classroom, can already support children in their learning process.
Aids for children who have visual impairment or are undersensitive to visual stimuli.
For children who are hypersensitive to visual stimuli, offer as little color and visual stimuli as possible at his seat in the classroom, preferably do not place in the middle of the class, but in a quiet place in the back of the class next to a closed closet, where not many children walk past.
For children who have difficulty with sound stimuli, are hard of hearing.
For children who chew everything, gnaw on pencils or bite corners of the paper.
Tools for children who like to fidget and move a lot.
Aids for children who do not sit still, often get up, hang upside down or rock in their chair.
Aids for children who are hypersensitive or undersensitive to smell and taste
Tools for children who relax through pressure on the body and literally learn to feel their body better.
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