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Discussion in 'Physical education' started by mcook22, Mar 1, 2020.

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  1. mcook22

    mcook22 New commenter

    Hi I am a Pe lead in a special school running lessons all morning with different abilities aged 2-19 years and some with behaviours. I have found the motor skill learning website has great games and fundamentals tools for ideas and planning but I still continue to struggle to engage high sensory primary and EYFS age 2-5 I have tried scoot boards, treasure hunts tunnels,sensory circuits but many still find hiding behind the curtain or playing with the door more fun! Any ideas for sensory play would be great
     
  2. The-Gaffer

    The-Gaffer Occasional commenter

    Where about are you based?

    I deliver PE training to SEN teachers across a MAT in Birmingham as my daughter attends a SEN school & I’m a PE teacher

    I would be happy to help distance permitting
     
  3. circuskevin

    circuskevin Established commenter

    Lots of lovely equipment available for this age group.

    Carousels, ezyrollers, junior ezyrollers, didicars, rebound rollers for example.

    Kevin
     

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