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Can you re watch the Queen's Handbag read by Liss from Kingfishers and have another go at the Sensory Story this time using things you may have around your home.

Don't forget to also use the "Handy Pac" that is in the "Rainbow" link on our Wren's page. There are symbols to go with this too.

Below is an example of a sensory story by the author Julia Donaldson. It is about a duck which fits in nicely with next week's topic, Farms.

You will all know some Julia Donaldson stories, they include The Gruffalo and A Squash and A Squeeze.


Sensory Story

A sensory story uses items that can be found around the house. If you don’t have some of the items, don’t worry! There are lots of things that you can exchange them for. A sensory story should be a calm and relaxed way of experiencing a tale and you may find that your child doesn’t like some of the sensory aspects. Follow your child's lead and adapt the story to what they like.

We are once again helping the Queen to find her handbag! The words are on the sensory massage sheet or you can use the video of Liss from Kingfishers reading the story.

The Queen's handbag sensory story