Inclusive Resource on Sensorimotor Child Development for Parents and Teachers

Motor Play to Enhance Growth in the Classroom


Come Join me in New York!

The pages of this website are filled with ideas on how and why sensory motor play helps children learn, behave and generally lead healthier, happier lives.  I am happy to announce that I will be giving a day long intensive workshop in NY this November at Bank Street College of Education.  It is an opportunity to hear it from the proverbial “horses mouth…”

I’ve given this course before to rave reviews.  Get ready for an action packed 8 hours!


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