Sensory circuits are a great way both to energise and settle children. Particularly when they need to focus or engage in learning. The aim of a sensory circuit is to focus concentration in readiness for the day’s learning. The circuit also encourages the development of the child’s sensory processing skills.
Sensory circuits are commonly done first thing in the morning in schools, but can be done at home too. The activities can be utilised at different points of the day, or the activities used as and when required to regulate a child.
Here is a great guide to do sensory circuits, how they are comprised and activities to do:
The zones of regulation ideas below are also a quick and easy way to set up your own sensory circuits at home!