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30 Sensory Strategies to Help Kids Pay Attention - Some children who experience difficulty with paying attention may need less sensory input because they become distracted or overwhelmed by certain sensory experiences. However, many children are better able to attend to and participate when tasks appeal to the senses. They need more sensory input to regulate themselves and stay focused.

Flipping Bloom's Taxonomy - I think many young children do this well, except we call it play. Play-based classrooms focus on student’s learning through interactions, encountering different types of materials, and learning how the natural and created world works through experiential learning. The Reggio Emilia approach is one way.

"Let me keep my mind on what matters... which is mostly standing still and learning to be astonished." -- Mary Oliver