Treasure Baskets And Beyond: Realizing The Potential Of Sensory-Rich Play: Realizing the Potential of Sensory-rich Play
Sensory play has a growing role to play in providing open-ended play potential as well as presenting further opportunities.
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1 Introducing sensoryrich play
2 Our amazing senses
3 The world of objects
4 Introducing Treasure Baskets and heuristic play
5 Introducing the Sensory Play Continuum
6 The Sensory Play Continuum in action
7 Bringing the curriculum alive
8 Sensory processing and special educational needs
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