Fun with messy play : ideas and activities for children with special needs
By: Beckerleg, Tracey.Publisher: London Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2009Description: 160 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781843106418.Subject(s): PLAY THERAPY | DISABILITY | MOTOR SKILLS | SENSORIMOTOR DEVELOPMENT | ACTIVITIES | CHILDREN
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"Messy play is a vital way for children to develop their sensory awareness of the world around them. Provides activities that stimulate the sensory perception of children with special needs through the imaginative use of everyday 'messy' materials... believes that these kinds of activities, not usually allowed in most homes and schools for being too messy, are exactly the kind of activities that young children with special needs should be engaging in... This practical resource for parents and professionals shows how allowing children the freedom to play with sticky, gunky substances in an unashamedly messy way can not only stimulate sensory awareness but also improve their coordination, communicative and cognitive abilities, as well as boosting self-esteem and social skills." - BOOK JACKET.
Pt. 1. An Introduction to Messy Play
Why Do Messy Play?
Play and Its Purpose
Guidelines for Messy Play
Pt. 2. Benefits of Messy Play
Language and Communication
Pt. 3. Practical Messy Play Ideas
Things to Remember.