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To promote movement, learning, self-regulation, physical activity, and social emotional skills.

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Sensory path and tools

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School:
Lake St. George Elementary School 
Subject:
Special Needs Students 
Teacher:
Megan Grella 
Students Impacted:
50 
Grade:
Pre K - 5 
Date:
December 15, 2022

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Only $1,960.00 Needed

 

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Goal

To promote movement, learning, self-regulation, physical activity, and social emotional skills.  

 

What will be done with my students

My students, along with all students on our elementary school campus, will have to opportunity to utilize the sensory path and sensory tools to access sensory breaks throughout their day to support movement, learning, self-regulation, physical activity, and social emotional skills. Students will have the opportunity to take breaks in their day and access the sensory path and sensory tools as needed.  

 

Benefits to my students

Movement and sensory input it vital to the learning needs of all students, particularly special needs students who often require more sensory input in order to regulate their bodies and brains.  

 

Describe the Students

My students are ESE with various exceptionalities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays, and Other Health Impairments. Many students have increased sensory needs that impact all areas of school performance and overall well-being.  

 

Budget Narrative

Sensory paths and tools to promote learning and overall well-being for ESE students  

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 The original outdoor path sensory stencil $1,100.00
2 THE NEUROMAT®- REVOLUTIONARY EDUCATIONAL THERAPEUTIC SENSORY EXERCISE MAT. $65.00
3 Jungle Jumeroo $400.00
4 Indoor sensory path - Soft Nylon Rug with Vinyl Backing (outer space) $395.00
  Total: $1,960.00

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