Sensory Paths! What the heck are those? January 11, 2019
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by Fit and Fun Playscapes on 0 commentsA sensory path at Viola Elementary School A sensory path is a colorful, creative and playful way for kids to build sensory pathways, connections in the brain that are responsible for sight, touch, sound, etc., which enable kids to complete complex, multi-stage tasks. A sensory path is a great way for kids to develop motor skills like balance, hand-eye coordination, and spatial awareness, and is...