By: The Tiny Activist
Trends like fidget spinners and poppers have exploded on the scene of early childhood classrooms, but they actually help neurodiverse kids concentrate and feel more comfortable.
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"The key to a sensory-informed classroom is that it supports the various sensory needs of the students in the classroom in a way that is as natural as possible. Not all students learn the same, nor do they have the same sensory needs."