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November Teaching Calendar

Updated: Nov 4, 2023

Sensory ideas and inspiration to celebrate the month of November including Armistice Day, LS Lowry, Bonfire Night, Christingle, Parliament week, Tutankhamun, free mini, King Charles I multisensory story and more!

At A Glance

1st Nov: Anniversary of the unveiling of the Sistine Chapel

4th Nov Anniversary of the Discovery of King Tutankhamun's Tomb

5th Nov: Bonfire Night

6th - 12th: UK Parliament Week

11th Nov: Armistice Day

12th Nov: Diwali

25th Nov - Dec 3rd: National Plant a Tree Week

Nov 27th Christingle


On This Day in History

1st Nov 1887 - Birthdate of LS Lowry

4th Nov 1922 - The excavation of King Tutankhamun'sTomb

8th Nov 1895 - The Invention of the X-Ray

10th Nov 1871- Stanley finds Livingstone

12th Nov 1980 - Nasa Probe Voyager 1 took images of Saturn's rings

19th Nov 1600 - Birthdate of King Charles I


On this Day in History

1st Nov 1887 - LS Lowry Born

English painter LS Lowry as well-known for his matchstick figures

Choose a background then cut and stick the silhouettes below onto your chosen background to re-create an inclusive Lowry masterpiece!

Tip!

Add an extra sensory element by cutting your templates from sensory materials: thin sponge, felt, sandpaper etc





Click below to download your templates


Lowry Templates
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On This Day in History

1st November 1512

The Unveiling of Michelangelo's Ceiling Painting in the Sistine Chapel

Michaelangelo painted a total of 343 figures on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

Many people believe Michelangelo painted the ceiling lying on his back, he actually stood on scaffolding and used long brushes and craned his neck to reach!


Sensory Activity

You will need

  • Cardboard

  • Masking tape

  • Paints

  • Paintbrushes/rollers

  • Paper

Tape the paper to the cardboard the hold above the sensory explorer's head. Can they reach out using their brushes and rollers to create a painting?

Can they lie on their back and paint above their head?


This activity can also be done using whiteboards and pens.


Did you know?

Previously, the ceiling was painted blue and covered with golden stars. This activity could be simplified by painting a blue background then sticking pre-gummed stars onto the 'sky'


On This day In History

4th Nov 1922 - The Excavation of King Tutankhamun's Tomb

English archaeologist Howard Carter began excavating the tomb of child-pharaoh Tutankhamun.


Re-Create Howard Carter's Archaeological Dig

This sensory play engages the senses as the students manipulate the objects, promotes fine motor skills and connects students to history.


You will need:

A Base Layer:

Sand (Bury items into the soil/sandpit in the outdoor learning area. Alternatively use a box, bucket or similar container)

Soil/Stones/Pebbles (for a ‘less mess’ option use pulses, barley/lentils/dried beans)

Bury items into the sandpit in the outdoor learning area. Alternatively, use a box, builders/Tuff Tray or large container.


The list below is based on items that have been unearthed from the Egyptian pyramids.

  • Jars

  • Gold and silver rings (copper and metal washers make a cheap alternative)

  • Jewellery

  • Feathers

  • Wood (from coffins!)

  • Bones

  • Mummy wrappings (pieces of bandage)

  • Stones, rocks (granite and alabaster)

  • Bury sprigs of herbs, bay leaves, fennel, mint, oregano, rosemary, thyme.

  • Paintings were found in Tutankhamun's tomb, print, and laminate hieroglyphics and bury in the sand.

  • Replicate Items Discovered in Tutankhamun's Tomb: Burial Mask (Print and laminate a picture of Tutankhamun's mask), Model Boat, Board Games (bury a few counters and dice), Clay Jars, a Fan, Sandals.

  • Herbs: Bury herbs that Egyptians used: Sage, Cinnamon Sticks, Cumin Seeds, Fennel, Coriander, Garlic Bulbs, Juniper Berries, Thyme.

Provide Items to Promote Fine Motor Skills: Lidded containers for storing ‘finds', paintbrushes (assorted sizes), a sieve, funnels, spoons, toothbrush, toothpicks, watering can/water spray bottle.

Containers for Storing Items:

Boxes, Baskets, Tupperware, Shoe Box, Egg Carton.

Provide Items to Promote Scientific Investigation: Camera, magnifying glass, notebook & pen for drawing and recording findings.

Encourage students to use the tools to unearth treasure and the record their findings


Extend Learning:

Can the sensory explorer describe the item or name the material the item is composed of?

Can the sensory explorer tell you what an item might have been used for?

Add a couple of 'red herring' items (e.g. an item made of plastic, a toy phone, a crisp packet)


Tip!

Dim the lights in the classroom. Provide torches (a headtorch is a great hands-free option)

Fun Fact!

Garlic was discovered in Tutankhamun's tomb. The ancient Egyptians believed it possessed magical powers.


Activity Idea

Plant Garlic

Garlic grows well outside and is hardy to cold weather.

You will need

  • Soil

  • Garlic Bulb

  • Water

Method

  1. Divide garlic bulb into cloves.

  2. Plant the garlic cloves pointy side up approx. 2cm directly into the soil (or if planting in pots, place the pots outdoors)

  3. Ensure the soil around the garlic does not dry out

  4. Harvest the garlic when then the leaves start to wither and turn brown but before all the leaves have died.


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Table of Contents

The Romans Fully Resourced Step-by-Step Multisensory Story

Re-create a Roman Archaeological Dig

Gladiators

Make a Gladiator Meal

Build a Small World Roman Fort

Hadrian's Wall

The Roman Bath House

Mosaics

Roman Food

Roman Medicine

The Roman School

Roman Gods

Roman Themed Sensory Ideas & Inspiration


November 5th

Bonfire Night

Create a Bonfire Night Sensory Bin.

  • Place materials for students to make a 'bonfire' in the centre of the tray (leaves, twigs, pinecones)

  • Add strips of yellow, orange and red tissue paper to recreate the flames.

  • Add a guy.

  • Add chalks for students to draw fireworks onto the Tuff Tray.

  • Scatter lapsang souchong tealeaves or BBQ powder for a smoky smell.

Create a Firework Display Picture

Lay a large sheet of black paper onto the floor. Take a selection of balls (spiky, tennis, ping pong etc) dip the balls into the paints then roll across the paper to create a firework display.


Make Edible Sparklers

You will need:

  • Breadsticks

  • Melted chocolate

  • Sprinkles/popping candy

Dip the end of the breadstick into the melted chocolate then decorate using sprinkles or popping candy.


Make a Guy

Dig out those old clothes and stuff with straw or newspaper.

Place you guy at the school gates. Donate any money collected to charity.


Spaghetti Sparklers

You will need

  • A colander

  • Dried multi-coloured Spaghetti

Activity

Can the student(s) use their fine motor skills to slot the spaghetti into the holes in the colander to create a giant sparkler firework?


November 6, 2023 - November 12, 2023

UK Parliament Week

Activity Ideas

Hold a classroom debate!

Debating promotes turn taking and listening skills (listening to others' ideas), supports critical thinking and builds confidence.

Ideas!

  • A random topic: 'Is there life on other planets?'

  • A current affair: 'Climate change' or 'Who shall run for Prime Minister?' Maybe two students could run as candidates. Can they hold an Q & A session with their class peers as the audience?

  • Alternatively, write a variety of different topics onto slips of paper, place into a bag for students to randomly select one a topic to debate for a set amount of time then choose another.

On a sensory level, support your students in having a voice to express their likes, dislikes and sensory preferences. Teaching rejection is equally important.

Provide plenty of opportunities for students to make choices (this could be at snack/lunchtime, through play/leisure activities, and in the materials they use for art and craft activities)


On this Day in History

8th November 1895 - The Invention of the X-Ray

German physicist Wilhelm Rontgen used electromagnetic radiation to look inside the human body when he x-rayed his wife's hand.


Make a Candlewax X-Ray Picture

You will need

  • A sheet of paper

  • A white wax candle or white wax crayon

  • Watered down black poster paint

  • Paintbrush

Activity

1. Using the white candle/crayon draw bones your paper. (Press firmly)

2. Paint the surface of the paper with watered down poster paint.


The Science Bit!

When the picture is dry, you will see that the bones show up as white on your paper. This is due to the wax repelling the water.


This Day in History

November 10th Stanley Finds Livingstone

'Doctor Livingstone I presume?' were the first words spoken by Henry Stanley to missing explorer David Livingstone.


Activity

The Explorer's Rucksack


'I’m trekking through the rainforest, a rucksack on my back

Inside I carry shorts, t-shirts, and a waterproof mac

Sunblock, lip balm and spray, for the insects that bite

A camera, binoculars and a torch, so I can see at night

A water bottle, food, and tools for when I set up camp

The weather is hot and sticky, humid, clammy and damp'


You will need

  • Rucksack/bag

  • Binoculars

  • Dried fruit

  • Hat

  • Map

  • Torch

  • Camera

  • Shorts and t-shirt

  • Water bottle

  • Waterproof clothing (mac/trousers)

(Click on the gallery pics to expand view)



Extend Learning

Place additional items into the rucksack you would not need for a trek thorough the

rainforest e.g., a hairdryer, snorkel, swimsuit, woolly hat/scarf, bucket and spade,

keys.

Can the sensory explorer identify the appropriate items to take the rainforest and spot the ‘red herrings?'


Join our explorer on their adventures as s/he explores the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and textures of The Amazon Rainforest with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story/teaching resource plus sensory, rainforest themed activities!


This is a very special resource as all the artwork has been contributed by autistic artists from Manaus in the Amazon Basin and other regions of Brazil. Thank you to everyone involved in this project! Denise Teperine, Meiry Geraldo, Galeria Aut, Theila Rosario Figueira and last but not least to all the talented artists and their families!


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Introduction

Galeria Aut

Denise Teperine

The Benefits of Multisensory Storytelling

How to tell a Multisensory Story Story Props/Resources Checklist

The Rainforest Full Story

The Rainforest Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step Multisensory Story

Rainforest Sensory Art

Henry Rosseau

Rainforest Leaves

'Eterno Amor' 'Amazonia'

'Arvore da Vida'

'Tribes of the Amazon'

he Sensory Rainforest Rainforest Slime Recipe

Rainforest Sensory Mud Recipe

Rainforest Crafts

Rainforest Leaves

Foil Embossed Greetings Card

Rainforest Leaves Wax Picture

D & T

Design a Rainforest Home

Leafcutters

Planet Earth

Rainforest in a Bottle

Starry Night in a Bottle

Snappy Caiman Counting Crocodiles

D & T Healthy Eating The World Around Us

Planting Beans

Will it Grow?

Tree Seeds

Rainforest Products

Rainforest Compost

Growing Potatoes from Peelings

The World Around Us - Creatures of the Amazon

Creatures of the Amazon Through the Senses

Endangered Species Animal Tracks

The Spider's Larder

Rainforest PE

Rainforest Adventure Obstacle Course

Rainforest Science The Role of the Rainforest Oxygen

The Water Cycle

Make a Rain Guage

Erosion

Decay

Rainforest Science The Power of the Sun Experiment The Ice Caps Experiment

Water Pollution Experiment

Greenhouse Gas Experiment

Culture & Tradition - The Tribes of the Amazon The Achuar Tribe The Yanomami Tribe The Huaorani Tribe The Kayapo Tribe The Mascho Piro Tribe The Matses Tribe

Music

Make a Rainmaker The Sounds of the Rainforest

Role Play: Can you Survive a Night in the Rainforest?


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November 11th

Armistice Day

Sensory Poppies














This multisensory picture of 'Poppies in Flanders Fields' is amongst my treasured possessions.

I was teaching a class of Year 9 students at a special educational needs school, and we were tasked with producing a giant piece of artwork to showcase at our Remembrance Day school assembly.

How we Made our Sensory Poppies Picture

We began our activity by watching footage of poppy fields and exploring real poppies.

We decided on using shades of red, black, green and white then gathered our craft materials.

We Used

  • One side of a large cardboard box)

  • Material scraps/sandpaper/foil/tissue paper/glitter

  • Bubble wrap/packing peanuts/shredded cardboard matting/hay/straw

  • Selection of paintbrushes/rollers/sponges/nail brush/toothbrush

  • PVA glue and glue sticks

  • Buttons/flower heads/sequins

  • Perfume

Designing the Background

Shredded cardboard matting used for grass
  • Students used a variety of materials to make the greenery of the poppy fields, hay and straw, bubble wrap and shredded cardboard matting. (When stretched and placed lengthways, the spaces in the matting created a grass effect.)

  • We explored primary and secondary colours by mixing yellow and blue paint together to make green paint for the grass in Flanders Fields.

  • We practiced our hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills exploring a variety of tools to paint the backgrounds. We dabbed with sponges, rolled with rollers, and painted using a variety of different brushes including nail brushes and even an old toothbrush!

The Poppy Petals

I had provided pre-cut petal shaped cardboard templates for students to decorate using a variety of tactile materials from our material scraps bag including sandpaper, velvet, denim, cotton, felt, fleece, cotton wool, aluminium foil, tissue paper, lace, sawdust shavings and of course the obligatory glitter!

The Poppy Centre

The centre of the poppies were decorated using buttons, sequins, cellophane sweet wrappers and real flower heads.

Finishing Touches

The poppy picture was then misted with spray of perfume!

The Last Post

We listened to a recording of 'The Last Post' as each student was presented with their own poppy to wear with pride!

Displaying our Artwork

At the end of the activity, we proudly showcased our masterpiece at the Remembrance Day Assembly then displayed it on the wall in the school corridor.


Make a 'Poppy Wall'

This wall of poppies looks so effective and is very simple to make.

You will need

  • Garden netting

  • Poppies

  • String

Activity

  1. Make your poppies (use material, waterproof fabric or laminate paper poppies to protect from the weather)

  2. Lay the garden netting flat.

  3. Using the string, tie the poppies onto the netting.

  4. Fix the netting to the railings or fence in your setting.

On this day in History

12th Nov 1980 - Nasa Probe Voyager 1 took images of Saturn's rings

'Saturn has rings made of graphite The heat and the pressure rain diamonds so bright'


Explore Rings Snap glowsticks to activate then using the connector, attach the ends to form a bracelet.

Count bangles as you slowly slide them onto the student's wrist. Can the student count the bangles as they slide them onto your wrist?

Can the student name the colours of each bangle/glowstick?

Can the student use their fine motor skills to twist pipe cleaners into rings?


Alternative Activities

  • Scatter silver confetti/stars/glitter from above within the explorer's eye line to re-create the effect of diamonds falling from the sky. Dim the lights and shine the torch as the items fall.

  • Present a hula hoop for exploration. Model twirling the hoop around your waist or take turns rolling it to one another

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12th November Diwali

Celebrate the Festival of Lights

  • Make a 'Diya' candle holder using clay, playdoh or plasticine.

  • Make a Diwali card.

  • Engage the senses, explore Indian food and sweets, samosas, pakoras and paneer.

  • Explore Indian herbs and spices. Dissect spindle-shaped cardamom pods. Can the students peel open the capsules to reveal the small, black seeds inside? Smell the smokiness of the cardamom and the intense woody, nutty fragrance of cinnamon sticks. Explore the tiny oblong, yellow-brown seeds and taste the bitter sweetness of cumin seeds. Use a pestle and mortar to grind the spices.

  • Explore the colours and patterns of a silk sari. Direct torchlight onto the sparkles and sequins to make them glisten. Offer students the opportunity to dress in the sari.

  • Using chalk, draw a Rangoli pattern onto a Tuff Tray, provide coloured sand for students to pour onto the patterns.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

How to Tell a Multisensory Story

A Train Ride Through India (Fully Resourced, Step-by-Step, Multisensory Poem)

A Train Ride Through India Listening Game

A Train Ride Through India Sensory Bin

A Train Ride Through India Sensory Bag

Sensory Indian Flag

Train Ride Role Play

Let's Explore...Asiatic Lions

Mehndi

India Themed Sensory Ideas & Inspiration


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Other Indian Festivals

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Celebrate the magic and colour of the festival of Holi with this fully resourced, step-by-step multisensory story.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Prepare to Celebrate (Gathering Story Props)

How to Tell a Multisensory Story

Holi Poem

Holi- A Multisensory Exploration

Holi Themed Sensory Umbrella

Holi Themed Sensory Tent

Holi Themed Sensory Bin

Holi Themed Sensory Bag

Holi Themed Listening Game

Let's Make...Holi Powder Paint

Jackson Pollock Themed Art

Scented Paint

Paint Bombs & Cinnamon Stick Painting

Paint Splatter Picture

Colour Sorting

Thandai Recipe

Holi Ideas & Inspiration


November 21st

Birthdate of King Charles I

Explore the life of King Charles with this mini multisensory story!


'King Charles the first lived years ago, he disobeyed the law

Overtaxed the people, and then he caused a warr

His Cavalier soldiers wore feathered hats on their curly hair

Brightly coloured lace-trimmed clothes and fancy footwear

They battled with the Roundheads, who had closely cropped hair

Wearing leather coats, they fought with swords and gave them quite a scare

The Roundheads won the war, and Charles was filled with dread

Flags fluttered and drums beat as they chopped off his head!


Story Prop Checklist

Charles I: Coins, balance/bucket scales, money box/piggy bank, chocolate coins/paper money

The Cavaliers: Feathers/feather boa, wig, lace material/net curtain, buckled belts and shoes The Roundheads: Velvet/suede material, battery operated massager, leather gloves, toy sword

The Execution: SSCD’s (Talking Tiles, Talking Pegs, BIGmack) with recordings of a sword


Step by Step Multisensory Story

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25th Nov - Dec 3rd: National Plant a Tree Week

Plant a Tree from a Seed

Trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen help to clean the air by absorbing pollutants.

Head into your school/setting grounds or the local park/greenspace and look for tree seeds, nuts and cones.

Tree Seeds: Apple Pip, Ash, Common Lime, Maple, Sycamore

Tree Nuts: Acorns, Beech, Hazel, Horse Chestnut, Sweet Chestnut

Tree Cones: Alder, Cedar, Cypress, Pine, Silver Birch.


Plant the seeds, nuts and cones into soil, water, and place on a sunny windowsill. Transplant outdoors when they start to shoot.

Health & Safety Advice

Wear gloves and do not ingest the seeds, nuts, or cones.


Plant a Pinecone

This is a wonderful activity can be done indoors.

You will need:

  • A small plant pot

  • A pinecone

  • Soil

  • Water

  • A sunny windowsill

    1. Fill your pot with soil.

    2. Plant the base of your pinecone into the soil.

    3. Water lightly.

    4. Place on a sunny windowsill.

You will see new growth sprout from the pinecone which can be replanted outdoors in the spring!


Make Bark Rubbings

Place a sheet of paper over the bark. Rub lightly with crayons/chalks or charcoal.


Hug a Tree!

Share a Tree Poem

'Sitting under an old oak tree

Its branches reach as high as I can see

Have you ever hugged a tree?

Its leaves dapple over me

Feel the rough deep groves in the bark

I love the trees in my park'


November Nature

November is the last full month of Autumn.


Autumn Sensory Walk

Head outdoors for an Autumn walk or forage around your outdoor learning area:

Find five different items to look at

Find four different items to touch

Find three sounds to listen to

Find two things to smell

Find one items to taste


What to look for in Nature in November Acorns, Apples, Animal Tracks, Apples, Bark, Beech, Berries, Birds, Bracken, Brambles, Bugs Colours, Conkers, Elderberries, Frost, Fruits, Fungi, Geese Greenfinch, Halloween, Hazelnuts, Hedgehogs, Horse Chestnut Tree, Hops, Insects, Leaves, Mist, Moss, Nuts, Oak Tree, Pears, Pinecones, Seeds, Sloes, Squirrels, Starling, Swallows, Sycamore Seeds ('Spinners'), Tracks, Trees and Twigs.


Autumn Leaves

In November the outdoor areas will be carpeted with leaves.

  • Promote gross motor skills, rake, and sweep the leaves!

  • See how many different coloured and shaped leaves you can find. Catch the student match the leaves?

  • Paint the leaves.

  • Make a leaf collage.

November Music


Listening to music enhances mood and aids concentration. Play low background music during snack time, when baking and when engaging in arts and craft activities.


Take a portable speaker and bubbles into the outdoor area at break and lunch time. Have a mini disco!


Listening to music provides the opportunity to explore different artists and genres of music and invites the sensory explorer to have a little dance, move their body and feel good!


Theme your Music by Month

(please check suitability of lyrics)


“November Rain” by Guns N’ Roses

“November” by Tom Waits

“Gone Till November” by Wyclef Jean

“November Song” by Yerin Baek

“November” by Azure Ray

“November Blue” by The Avett Brothers

“Rose Hip November” by Vashti Bunyan


Theme Music by Artists Born in October

3rd Nov: Vincenzo Bellini (Italian opera composer)

5th Nov: Art Garfunkel

6th Nov: James Bowman (English tenor famous for singing in Handel's operas)

12th Nov: Neil Young (Canadian singer-songwriter)

14th Nov: Aaron Copland (American composer)

16th Nov: Paul Hindemith (German composer)

18th Nov: Carl von Weber (German composer)

22nd Nov: Benjammin Britten (British composer)

21st Nov: Coleman Hawkins (American jazz saxophonist)

23rd Nov: Manuel de Falla (Spanish composer) 26th Nov: Tina Turner

Nov 27th: Jimi Hendrix

Nov 28th: Jean Baptiste Lully (French composer)


Theme Music by Historical Musical Events in November

Nov 6th Belgian Adolphe Sax invented the saxophone

Nov 20th1805 Beethoven's opera 'Fidelio' is staged for the first time in Vienna


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Explore the sights, sounds, smells and textures of Autumn with this multisensory story.


Table of Contents

Introduction

Story Props Checklist

How to Tell a Multisensory Story

Autumn Full Story

Autumn Fully Resourced, Rhyming Multisensory Story

Autumn Themed Sensory Bin

Let's Explore...Dormice

Let's Explore...Hedgehogs

Autumn Walk

Autumn Food Tasting

Make a Bug Hotel

Autumn Leaves Craft Activity

Autumn Ideas & Inspiration


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Winter

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Burns Night

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St Patricks Day


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The Queen's Jubilee (Free resource)

The Romans


Life Skills

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Maths

Shapes - A Multisensory Exploration (includes 130 shape themed, sensory activities)


Reference

Listen - An A-Z of Sensory Inspiration to Stimulate the Auditory System

Sensory Resources for Sensory Learners (800+ ideas)


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Jack & the Beanstalk

Little Red Riding Hood

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Health & Safety Advice & Disclaimer

Please Read Before Engaging in any of the Activities

  • ​The author has used their best efforts in preparing the information on this website and makes no representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness or completeness to the contents.

  • The information is for pleasure purposes only.

  • If you wish to apply any ideas and activities contained in this blog, on the website or in any of the multisensory stories or resources, you are wholly responsible and take full responsibility for your actions.

  • ​The activities are designed to be led and supervised by a responsible adult at all times.

​​A Note on Allergies/Intolerances

  • ​If you have any doubts regarding any activity or prop used, then seek advice before starting.​

  • ​Be aware of potential choking hazards.

  • Check the ingredients in any items you may be using for any potential food or skin allergies or respiratory reactions. If you see any signs of redness, swelling or other symptoms of a suspected reaction seek immediate medical advice.

  • The interactions should be led by the sensory explorer who should be allowed to participate without expectation.

  • ​Never force stimuli and stop the activity if the story explorer shows signs that they are not enjoying the session.

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