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Welcome to Sunshine Sensory

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"Hi, my name is Tracy and welcome to Sunshine Sensory.  The home of the most unique sensory story classes in North Yorkshire.

Why should I attend a Sunshine Sensory Class?

 

Welcome to Sunshine Sensory.  Whether you are looking for a class for you baby, toddler, SEN child or adult we have a session that is right for you.  Do you prefer a private session?  They are available upon request.

At Sunshine Sensory we strive to provide a highly inclusive session that combines the fun of music with the benefits of sensory play.  Sensory play is highly beneficial to babies, toddlers and special needs children/adults. 

Sensory development is a fundamental building block in the development of the overall child and contributes to helping develop key communication and life skills. 

 

Attending a Sensory Sunshine session means achievement, there is no right or wrong way to access the resources, the focus is wholly on the sensory exploration.  This sense of achievement is important, if you are constantly struggling to achieve it can be demoralising and create negative feelings towards activities.  By encouraging this sense of achievement children and adults are more likely to want to access the activities and resources over and over again, this repetition in turn will develop key cognitive skills.

What are the benefits of attending a Sunshine Sensory Class?

* Fully inclusive sessions

* All sessions planned by a fully qualified EYFS teacher 

* A new story each week

* Stimulate and develop imagination and curiosity

* Introduce your child to a wide genre of music

* Develop your child's love of stories

* Build new friendships and social skills

* Bonding time for you and your little one.

* Support fine and gross motor skill development

* Boost confidence

* Develop key listening and attention skills from an early age

 

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