February Workshop – Understanding and Using A Sensory Approach

Extension Racine County’s Early Learning Series will host a workshop on understanding sensory.

Bottom Up / Inside Out: Understanding and Using A Sensory Approach

How does a child’s sensory engine run? See, smell, taste, touch, hear, and movement – senses play an important role in processing the world around us. A child’s sensory engine can speed up, slow down, stay in neutral, and even need to be reset sometimes. Learn how early care and education providers can help maintain a child’s sensory engine through co-regulation and hands-on techniques in the classroom. Participants will: Complete a “Sensory Profile”; Learn how sensory input is developed and processed in early childhood; Understand how to read a child’s “sensory gauge”, and practice techniques that can be used in the classroom. This workshop applies broadly to children. It will also address sensory approaches for children who have experienced trauma or have other needs regarding sensory.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

6:00-9:00 p.m.

Ives Grove Auditorium, 14200 Washington Ave., Sturtevant

Cost – $15 for anyone needing Registry Credit or a Certificate Proof of Attendance

See the attached flyer for more information. Bottom Up-Inside Out Understanding Sensory 2-4-20

  • Mail check / cash to: Extension Racine County, 1072 Milwaukee Avenue, Burlington, WI 53105
  • NEW!!  Online payment & registration at: com/extension (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover)
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