Sensory Storytimes are probably my most favorite to do! I love being able to connect with all kids, but working with children with disabilities is a passion of mine. Below are a few of the storytime plans I’ve created for working with children with a variety of disabilities. The biggest thing to remember: working with this population can by difficult but very rewarding and they are kids just like your kids in any other storytime!
Sensory Friendly Storytimes
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