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horticulture for students with PMLD

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by fionn, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. Hi, I love the kids but hate gardening and am pretty rubbish at it! any exciting ideas guys and gals? I thought of a sensory session where we replicate the growing conditions of plants with light and moisture etc. does anyone esle have any creative gardening ideas?
    huge thanks in advance
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  2. i've done some sensology(Flo Longhorn) type sessions with flowers and leaves appealing to senses plus music to go with each plant - onve you start thinking about it you can come up with some great tracks that are suitable!
     
  3. Strawberry Fields forever, Lavender's blue. , Green green grass of home ..........Just make sure you download the trcks legally (copyright etc) and have a mixture of calm and bouncy .
     

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