Sensory Floor Stickers are taking the world by storm. With a fun spin on education, there’s no wonder why!
Kinaesthetic learning, also known as tactile learning, is a teaching style that means learning is accompanied by physical activity, rather than sitting down at a desk or looking at a chalkboard. For example, having a hopscotch with numbers from 1 to 10 lets them have fun, learn to follow instructions, learn numbers as well as what order they’re in and also do physical exercise.
That is where Sensory Floor Stickers come in; asking children to follow a path, balance, jump and follow numbers/letters is a perfect way to keep their minds active, improve motor skills and aid their learning. Making a learning experience fun as well as educational would make more of an impact on small children!
Studies have proven that time away from desks aid concentration; so, brightening up empty spaces and long, boring corridors could benefit everyone as well as adding character to unused spaces. Many are sold as lots with separate elements so they can be laid out in any order that you may require. This means that even the smallest and narrowest places can be transformed into a new adventure for the children!
We offer a range of Sensory Floor Stickers that are simple to apply to your corridors, halls or other indoor areas. These naturally have a start and end graphic that can be picked and then come with a mixture of other colourful graphics to complete your fun sensory pathways/walkways…
The total area they fill will depend on how you lay your graphics down, but an average our kits are perfect for an area of around 2 metres x 10 to 20 metres.
Each of our Sensory Kits can be purchased by clicking one of the links above, where you will find more technical info and can see exactly what is included in each version.
Here you can find our Sensory Floor Kits in action!
If you have a larger area then extra elements can be purchased, or a no obligation quotation can be requested via our sales team
Call 01384 264700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.