Sensory Wall in ECSE
School: Beacon Tree Elementary
I would like to purchase materials to create a space for our preschool special education students to help address a wide variety of sensory needs. Sensory walls can greatly benefit children in their overall development. Sensory stimulation is a vital part of the human experience. It triggers our emotional and physical responses to the world around us. How we respond to stimulation can affect the things we hear, see, feel, touch, and taste. By triggering a sensory overload in a controlled environment, the student can learn how to cope with their emotions that they may experience at any moment outside of the safe space. Sensory integration, proprioception, and stimming are highly benefitted from a sensory space. Sensory seekers can engage with tactile feedback that can stimulate their senses, as well as provide proprioceptive input. Please help our youngest learners with special needs by voting for our project.