Sensory paths give students an outlet to channel some of their excess energy by directing them down a set route (or path). These paths give students the opportunity to spin, tiptoe, leap, crawl, hop, squat, stretch, or dance their way from one point to another. A sensory path can be short or it can stretch the length of a hallway, but either way the objectives should be the same—improve focus, prevent disruptive behaviors, develop motor skills, and encourage smiles! Whether a student needs to calm down or energize, refocus during a transition, or self-soothe after a stressful challenge, sensory paths are a fun and engaging way for children to take a "brain break" and work through some of their wiggles.
Choose one path or combine all four to make one long, awesome, super-mega path!