Tag: special needs

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 […]

Review: My Hummy Sleepyhead 

As part of our focus on Sleep on our blog, we were kindly sent a MyHummy Sleepy Head  to try out. It’s an adorable, beautifully packaged, soft white-noise sleep aid- created to help babies, toddlers and children sleep better. White noise sleep aids are believed to eep a […]

The Secret Benefits of Colouring

Colouring is one of those wonderful, classic children’s activities that is adored by many. But there’s a lot more going on than just getting colour on paper- whilst colouring, children are ‘secretly’ (shh! Don’t tell them!) learning and developing a whole array of skills. Perhaps the most talked […]

Sensory Paint Bags

We loved our wonderful guest post from Undercover Mumsy  a couple of weeks ago so much (read it here) that we’ve got another ‘painting in a zip lock bag’ activity to show you: What do you need? Paints (we used ArtWorks Poster Paints from The Works) Zip lock […]

Review: Getting Ready

As a mum of 2, I know how difficult it can be to get children ready in a morning! For starters before 7am I’ve got to get 6 socks on 6 feet (including mine)! So when I discovered this book by Child’s Play (illustrated by Cocoretto) I was […]