3 Monet inspired sensory projects for kids with autism to engage your child, increase learning, interaction and fun.
One of my absolute favorite day trips from Paris is Giverny, where you can visit the house and gardens of Claude Monet.
It is so fun wandering around the beautiful house and gardens, learning about Monet’s life and work and taking in all the beauty of the location! ♥
The gardens are absolutely stunning!
The famous water lilies :
The glistening water & gorgeous weeping willow trees :
And, of course, the famous Japanese bridges (one of several) :
One of Monet’s paintings from Giverny :
(A huge thank you to Art Smarts 4 Kids for this awesome image!)
This wonderful place is so inspiring!
I am always looking for fun, educational and interactive sensory activities for the children with autism at my center. The following 3 Monet-inspired sensory projects for kids with autism can be adapted depending on the levels of comprehension and language of the child.
How to use these Monet inspired sensory activities to teach your child with autism
A child who has limited understanding and/or language can enjoy these activities as sensory activities.
Children with beginning language can learn to name colors and objects (flowers, bridge, etc.).
Children with more advanced communication and comprehension, can learn about impressionist art and Claude Monet’s life and work.
These are 3 of my favorite Monet-inspired sensory projects for kids with autism :
I also LOVE these two books to include in a study about Monet and Impressionism :
I hope you love these Monet inspired sensory projects for kids with autism. Let us know if you try one of them!
If you visit Paris, take a trip to Giverny. You won’t be disappointed.
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