Tag: kids

Review: Maths Factor by Carol Vorderman

Over the last few weeks we’ve been trying out The Maths Factor, which is an online maths learning platform designed for children aged 4-12 years old, by Carol Vorderman. And I’d highly recommend it, as it cleverly combines short video tutorials with maths games and practise activities. It’s […]

Make you own Space Rocket!

Today we are challenging you all to have a go at making your very own rockets! We’d love to see your ideas of how you’ve created them. Share them with us on Facebook, Instagram and twitter If you’re looking for an idea of how to make one, have […]

Painting on Foil- Under the Sea Sensory Art

Have you tried painting on foil before? Here’s a wonderful, sensory craft that kids will love! What do you need? Foil Paint Paintbrushes String Sticking tape How to make it: 1. Discuss what under the sea design you would like. Maybe draw on a piece of paper first. […]

How to Make a Magic Wand! #SENRESOURCESSUMMER

Today’s our last day of Castles and Magic week on The SEN Resources Blog, as part of our #SENRESOURCESSUMMER Online Summer club. Next week the theme is Transport! Make sure you’re following us on social media and via our blog for updates.Use the hashtag #SENRESOURCESSUMMER  and follow us on Facebook,Twitter and […]

Review: What Else Am I Feeling? By Katie Flanagan

For those who’ve been reading The SEN Resources Blog for a while now, you’ll probably remember me raving about a fantastic book for kids by Katie Flanagan called ‘What am I Feeling?‘(have a look at our review here). This book is a brilliant resource for helping children to […]

Our Current Favourite Imaginative Play Toys

Many children enjoy submerging themselves in imaginative play. Here are our current favourite imaginative play toys. Playing imaginatively can be a brilliant form of play for developing speech, language and communication skills as well as social skills- through pretend/role play. Playmobil 9062 Family Fun Penguin Enclosure– We are […]