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Play to progress : lead your child to success using the power of sensory play  Cover Image Book Book

Play to progress : lead your child to success using the power of sensory play / Allie Ticktin, MA, OTD, OTR/L ; [illustrations by Brian Lee].

Ticktin, Allie, (author.). Lee, Brian, (illustrator.).

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  • ISBN: 9780593191927
  • ISBN: 0593191927
  • Physical Description: xxiii, 242 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: [New York] : TarcherPerigee, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, [2021]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-231] and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction: Sensory success -- The sensory system -- Meaningful movement : moving the body to engage the vestibular sense -- Increasing body awareness : enhancing the proprioceptive sense -- Getting in touch : strengthening tactile experience -- Seeing clearly : honing the visual system -- A little taste : waking up the gustatory system -- Scent-sational : getting the olfactory system engaged -- Sounds good! : getting the auditory system in sync -- The sense inside the body : being aware of interoception -- Making a plan : praxis in action -- Power at the fingertips : building motor skills -- A final word.
Summary, etc.:
"A game-changing book on child development--and the importance of physical play--for this digital and screen age"-- Provided by publisher.
For children to develop to their fullest potential, their sensory system-- the five basic senses, movement and balance, body awareness, and internal perception-- needs to be stimulated from the time they are born. Children explore their environment by touching new textures, including their food, running, jumping, climbing, and splashing outside. In the past kids spent their days playing outside and naturally engaging their sensory system and building key developmental skills. Ticktin has seen an increase in cases of children who are delayed in walking, talking, and playing by themselves and with their peers-- because they are spending more time in front of screens and less time exploring and interacting with their environment. Here she offers activities that will encourage development of sensory play. -- adapted from jacket
Subject: Perceptual-motor learning.
Sensory stimulation.
Play.
Motor ability in children.
Senses and sensation in children.
Child development.
Play and Playthings
Child Development
PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / Child.
HEALTH & FITNESS / Alternative Therapies.
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Children with Special Needs.
Genre: Informational works.

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East Grand Forks Campbell Library 370.155 TICKTIN 2021 (Text) 523044 Non-Fiction Available -


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