From our blog: "A sensory pathway, or sensory hall, is a colorful, creative and playful way for kids to build connections in the brain that are responsible for sight, touch, sound, etc., which enable kids to complete complex, multi-stage tasks." "A sensory pathway is a great way for kids to develop motor skills like balance, hand-eye coordination, and spatial awareness, and is normally made with stickers that can be stuck to any surface."
WOW! Take a look at this awesome project at Sycamore Canyon Elementary School in Santee, California! The project was done by Justice Lamboy, an Eagle Scout of Troop 386, for his Eagle Scout project. Justice presented to the PTA and another non-profit in Santee before applying the Peace Path stencil (by our friends from Soul Shoppe). "With a roller brush for the base and some inexpensive stencil brushes, it was much easier to paint than we expected," Justice's mother, Sharalee Lamboy, told us.