Sensory stories are a more interactive way of engaging with storytelling and allow your child to be immersed in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of a story!
Singing and drama games are a great way of developing attention and listening skills.
Cooking is an important life skill, and also a great way of practising fine motor tasks, following instructions, sequencing and following safety rules.
Bucket time is part of the Attention Autism approach created by Gina Davies, with the aim of developing children’s shared attention skills in a group setting.
Maths stories are a fun and engaging way of exploring maths concepts through role play.
What is Heuristic Play?
What is the MOVE Programme?
(and other natural messy play)