Top 10 ORB3: Sentences That Teach Babies and Toddlers Multi-Sensory Processing

I posted a video yesterday of my 3-year old who has developed solid multi-sensory processing for school readiness and success.  Of course, multi-sensory processing is not a constant with him!  If he is really absorbed in watching a favorite Peppa Pig or Caillou episode or moving his toy trains around the track, multi-sensory processing can go out the window.  But, it is comforting as a parent to know that he can do it successfully and consistently.

Here are my Top 10 Phrases from the “ORB3 Infant-Toddler Curriculum” I wrote this fall/winter that teach 0-36 month old children to be multi-sensory processors:

  1. It’s not time for looking at ______.  It’s time for hearing my words.
  2. It’s not time for listening to the TV.  It’s time to hear MY words.
  3. It’s not time for doing/__________.  It’s time for hearing my words.  Example:  It’s not time for playing with your trains, it’s time to hear my words.
  4. It’s not time for listening or looking, it’s time for moving. Examples:  It’s not time for watching Caillou, it’s time to go to school;  It’s not time for listening to a story, it’s time to get in your bed
  5. I need your ears (to hear me).
  6. I need your eyes/I need your eyes to look (at) _______.
  7. I need your ears and eyes on me.
  8. Do you hear the ______?  Now look at it and feel/move it.
  9. Do you see the _______?  Now listen to the sound it makes and feel/move it.
  10. Do you feel the _____?  Now look at it and listen to the sound it makes.
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