Sensory Storytelling for children 0-8yrs
Sensory Storytelling is inspired by the State Library of WA’s Better Beginnings initiative and brings a multi-sensory play-based approach to “readings” of rhymes and popular children’s stories. The program builds capacity amongst parents, early childhood educators and therapists by modeling the use of music and sensory activities to augment children’s understanding and enjoyment of story. Sensory Storytelling encourages early literacy development and links strongly with the Early Years Learning Framework.
- Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
- It’s Raining, it’s Pouring
- Ride a Big Horse to Banbury Cross
- Peas Porridge Hot, Peas Porridge Cold
- Here is the Sea
One story is presented across the 5-week program. Content is broken down into 5 themes, with one covered each week. The final session includes a review of the whole story. The review of the whole story can also be delivered as a stand-alone session.
- We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen
- Wombat Stew by Marcia Vaughan and Pamela Lofts
- Big Rain Coming by Katrina Germein
For groups of 12-15 children + carers
- $3500* – 5 week series (3 sessions per day)
- $2800* – 4 week series (3 sessions per day)
- $900 – 1 day (3 sessions)
- $700 – 1/2 day (2 sessions)
- $500 – single session
*Subsidised price – conditions apply
Read the ECU evaluation of Sensory Storytelling
Sensory is just as good and important as physio. We get so caught up in everyday routine. So this is something different to do. I got ideas from last week to do at home.
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