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A lot of our student in special education have sensory sensitivities, interests and needs. To target these, a sensory table is a great way for our students to engage in learning while getting their sensor needs met. This table will be used both indoor and outdoor. On a hot day, water play with learning materials inside will be used. Indoors, filling the bin with rice and having the student search for materials such as letters or objects related to vocabulary. I find that varying the way students learn, reduces the challenging behaviors and lack of interest in learning. This table would be a great way to vary our learning in a fun way.

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A lot of our student in special education have sensory sensitivities, interests and needs. To target these, a sensory table is a great way for our students to engage in learning while getting their sensor needs met. This table will be used both indoor and outdoor. On a hot day, water play with learning materials inside will be used. Indoors, filling the bin with rice and having the student search for materials such as letters or objects related to vocabulary. I find that varying the way students learn, reduces the challenging behaviors and lack of interest in learning. This table would be a great way to vary our learning in a fun way.

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