Special Needs

Building a Sensory Room on a Shoestring Budget

A sensory room doesn’t have to be expensive to be effective. Adam Gordon shows us how to meet children’s sensory needs while dealing with a shoestring budget.

I strongly urge all schools to include a dedicated space to help meet children’s sensory needs, as these rooms can be used to carry out both therapeutic activities and multisensory lessons. 

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