Category: sensory

Review: Dinosaur Hand Puppets by Winslow Resources

As part of our Dinosaur Week on The SEN Resources Blog we were very fortunate to try out  Pterodactyl and Triceratops Hand Puppets – thanks to Winslow Resources.  The hand puppets are fantastic resources for parents, teachers, tutors and therapists to use with young children and/ children with special educational needs. What […]

Review: Playfoam

My children really enjoy Sensory Play and so we were thrilled to try out Playfoam by Learning Resources. Playfoam is made up of tiny, coloured, squashy foam beads that all stick together. It can be moulded into different shapes…or just squished and squashed for the pure fun of […]

Review: Sound Lights by TTS 

It’s space week on The SEN Resources Blog and we’ve been fortunate enough to try out these fabulous Sound Lights by TTS.  They light up green and red and record sound to play back. Keeping within our space theme we used them as buttons for part of our […]

Dinosaur ‘Fossil’ Hunting Sensory Activity 

Here’s a fun, Sensory Activity for children to play that also helps develops Fine motor control and hand strength…and a love of dinosaurs! Dinosaur fossil hunting Sensory Play.. #sensorydinohunt In terms of science…no it’s not very true to life, but for younger children it’s a great introduction to […]