Are you ready to learn more about our Sensory Paths? We are back with the second installment into the Understanding Why, How, and When to use a Sensory Path! Get your pencil and paper, you’ll need to take some notes! 📝
This week we are going over the Step and Say Sensory Path Element. This exercise is incredible for bilateral coordination skills. “Bilateral coordination” is just a fancy way to say the left-brain and right-brain work together to accomplish a task.
While bilateral coordination is a crucial skill developed in early childhood, some children need some extra time and practice to build the neuro-pathways within their body. The Step and Say exercise is the perfect activity to work on this mind-body connection.