A lovely multi-sensory story created for you at Easter by Lorna Holmes. We hope you enjoy the story and we would love you to share any of your own Easter story adventures.
It’s fabulous to hear so many of you are taking part in our multi-sensory story making activity. PAMIS are delighted to share with you Gill and Leo’s story. Gill is the author of Leo and The Lightening Dragons, a book she wrote for her son Leo. Gill and Leo have created a beautiful story to share with you.
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Multi-sensory Storytelling ‘Connections’ training course now available to book for June at SensationALL
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