I have to reblog & share this practical post for those working with special needs.
I love story telling. We do much of our work with children and young people through telling the rich and varied stories of the Bible, helping them see God at work in all history and in all his world. We use story to teach the Gospel and help children understand their need of a Saviour and ultimately, who that Saviour is. We use story to explain what Jesus has done for us and what a wonderful gift of grace he offers us.
I’m going to write three posts covering sensory and interactive story telling for children (Part 1) , young people (Part 2) and then adults (Part 3) with learning disabilities. There are many different ways of telling Bible stories, this is only one and is specifically about using simple, clear language and sensory experiences that aim to bring understanding of that language.
What is a sensory story?
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