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Splish Splash Splosh!

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by Jodiec1984, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. Looking for some out of the box/creative ideas for this terms topic based on water! Its late in the year and my brain is dead. I teach a class of 7 boys aged between 6 and 8 years, all of whom have ASD and are working between P4 and NC Level 1. Some sensory ideas would be great or links to websites/good books.
    Many thanks Jodie
  2. Fill some balloons with water and then freeze them. Then take the balloons off and you are left with some odd shaped ice cubes. You can put food colouring over them and watch them melt. They can push them round on the grass and playground etc
    Its sensory they look cool as they melt and the feel nice and smooth to touch. You could also use other objects to make bumpy ice etc

  3. Sounds just like me except I have 6 in my class! I'm struggling to get into it.


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