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Sensory-friendly learning


Sensory tools are intended to promote regulation, improve focus, and increase participation, therefore enabling your child to be available for learning. Luula’s Sensory Desks Luula and Julle are equipped with a liftable chalkboard, clear acrylics board, and small, open boxes for storing various materials and pens {find out more here}. Such table equipment allows the child to use a very wide range of educational activities, involving several senses at the same time.

Montessori Activities Table/ Kids Desk Luula for Sensory-Friendly Learning


Recent research in neuroscience shows that different parts of the brain are activated by language, movement, visual information processing, meaning-making, and other activities, indicating that a person does not have a single memory.

The child from birth is open to “absorbing” all kinds of information, and it is not just listening, reading, and writing, which was considered a successful learning process in the last century. Perception can be enhanced by expanding sensory stimuli. Different materials, different types of notes, natural materials, and the involvement of play elements in the learning process will stimulate children’s curiosity. The more different and interesting materials we involve in cognitive processes, the more successfully the child will perceive information.

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The key to a sensory-friendly kid’s activities table is that it supports the various sensory needs of the students in a way that is as natural as possible. Not all students learn the same, nor do they have the same sensory needs. When you include sensory supports or tools in children’s activities, they will be used differently by kids depending on what their bodies need, when they need input, and how they choose to use the tools! No matter how they are used, they decreasing the feeling of insecurity and social stigma.

If you’d like to learn more about how to make sensory perception better in-home learning, check out this article

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