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Being that my students learn differently than others, they also have much different needs than the typical student. One of those needs is being able to have time in their day to cope with overstimulation of their surroundings. Several of my children have Autism. If you're not familiar with Autism, you should know that most children who have been diagnosed experience sensory overstimulation. What this means is that everyday things like loud noises, sudden movements, and lighting effects them much greater. It can cause stress and frustration because they are extra sensitive. The way that they calm down from this stress is to use their sense of touch with materials that they can interact physically with. This Sensory Table will allow them to have a break to release this stress and continue to learn at the same time. The table can be used as a sand table, a light tracing table, a white board, and a chalk board. With this table my students can: learn how to write letters, numbers, and words within the sand, they can trace words, pictures, and their names, they can learn to write on the white board and chalk board. Using the whiteboard surface they can engage in sensory play with things like Play-Doh and slime, and complete learning activities such as counting out objects and building words/sentences with magnetic letters. You see, this table isn't just a table, it's a way to engage my students and allow them to learn the way that works for THEM and their individual needs. Doesn't every child deserve to have something that encourages them to love learning? With your help, my students can take their learning to a new level!

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Being that my students learn differently than others, they also have much different needs than the typical student. One of those needs is being able to have time in their day to cope with overstimulation of their surroundings. Several of my children have Autism. If you're not familiar with Autism, you should know that most children who have been diagnosed experience sensory overstimulation. What this means is that everyday things like loud noises, sudden movements, and lighting effects them much greater. It can cause stress and frustration because they are extra sensitive. The way that they calm down from this stress is to use their sense of touch with materials that they can interact physically with. This Sensory Table will allow them to have a break to release this stress and continue to learn at the same time. The table can be used as a sand table, a light tracing table, a white board, and a chalk board. With this table my students can: learn how to write letters, numbers, and words within the sand, they can trace words, pictures, and their names, they can learn to write on the white board and chalk board. Using the whiteboard surface they can engage in sensory play with things like Play-Doh and slime, and complete learning activities such as counting out objects and building words/sentences with magnetic letters. You see, this table isn't just a table, it's a way to engage my students and allow them to learn the way that works for THEM and their individual needs. Doesn't every child deserve to have something that encourages them to love learning? With your help, my students can take their learning to a new level!

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