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How Many Senses? - Intro to the 8! (PreK/Kinder)
In this introductory class, your learner will learn about the 8 sensory systems of the body and what they can do if a system isn't feeling right.
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Parents: Please note this class is for younger learners. If your child would enjoy the same content plus some of the science behind our senses, please enroll in the class labeled "Elementary." Thanks! Your learner will be introduced to the 8 sensory systems of their body: sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch, proprioceptive, vestibular, and interoceptive. We will explore what each system feels like and how to help our body feel better when one system isn't working quite right. This is a great...
Learners will learn the names and descriptions of the 8 sensory systems: sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch, proprioceptive, vestibular, and interoceptive.
Hello parents. I have a Master's degree in Psychology. I have 14 years of experience working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. My son has Sensory Processing Disorder. When our sensory systems are not functioning properly, we can feel upset. I use my education and life experience to teach children what these senses are, and what they can do to feel better.
There will be no homework required for this class.
No materials are required during class. Your child may bring one food item for exploring the first 5 senses.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please visit https://senseandmomability.com/8-senses-intro/ for my blog on sensory processing. In it, learn the 8 senses and get a feel for the content of this class. Thanks!
Miss Kim Sensory Processing and Psychology
32 total reviews
43 completed classes
Hello parents and learners! I teach 3 class types: (1) Sensory Systems / Sensory Processing (2) Introduction to Psychology (3) Disability Awareness I am a new teacher to Outschool and I am so excited to share my passions with you. I have worked...