Incorporating multiple senses with strategies like chewing gum, using a vibrating pen, and sitting on a ball chair supports focus and Attention. This kind of stimulation also helps meet the needs of learners who seek additional sensory input to better support their learning.
Watch how this school has integrated fidgets and other tactile supports into their classrooms to support student Attention and Sensory Integration. By turning their classrooms into super-sensory spaces that allow students to use fidgets during lessons and testing, students' sensory needs are being met as they develop their Inhibition & Self-Regulation skills.
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Learn how Skoog allows learners to create music through a tactile cube. By providing immediate sensory input and physical stimulation, this product promotes further exploration as learners receive acoustic feedback with each touch.