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Sensory Circuit

Red zone is made up of alerting activities, these activities are designed to give us a boost of energy. Waking up our brain and body, which in effect promotes concentration and attention. 

Give Me Five!

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Here is Jacob doing fantastic matching of colours during the 'Give Me Five' activity. This activity also wakes up our muscles and joints and helps our brain communicate with our body. Nice work Jacob.
Yellow zone is made up of organising activities. These activities require motor (muscle) sensory processing, balance and timing. The children need to organise their body, plan their approach and do more than one thing at a time in a sequential order (one after the other).   
Blue zone is the last area in sensory circuit, it is made up of a variety of calming activities including 'ball squash'. These activities are designed to ensure that the children return to class feeling calm, centred and ready to engage in learning.   

Ball Squash

Christmas Sensory Circuits

The children were surprised to find that circuits had been transformed over night by the elves into a magical Christmas theme.