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Sensory Secrets: How to Jump-Start Learning in Children

by Catherine Chemin Schneider

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Sensory Secrets drives home the importance of using information from all the senses to develop foundational skills necessary for growing, learning, decision making, and communication. It is a guide to promote successful learning and positive behavior in people of all ages. Sensory Secrets is a must for parents; pre-school, kindergarten, and elementary education teachers; homeschoolers; and anyone who wishes to expand their understanding of neurology, thereby increasing positive outcomes. Sensory Secrets is written in an easy to read style with examples, ideas, and strategies. The Foundational Skills Inventory is included as a tool to assist educators and empower parents while locating possible areas of need to facilitate learning. Parents need this book the day they bring their newborn home from the hospital.

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