Remember – The Sensory Stories featured in my podcast are HERE (and also free!)
Here are some of Pete’s Special Stories!
An oldie but a goodie here, with some nice little updates. Sheldon is a slow, sloooooooow snail who decides to go to the beach on a hot summers day. By the time he has the things he needs and has crawled there, well, I won’t spoil the end…
A slightly newer story. Meet Millie, a rubbish mermaid who can’t even swim! However, when a pirate ship runs aground, she dashes into action! Based on the story of Grace Darling, this fishy tale (tail?) is a winner…
Join noble Sir Pranceabout as he takes on a cantankerous dragon! This story is designed to get the listener to use their noodle as their thinking skills powers will be tested to the full!
Disgusting! Gobbin’ must best the evil King John in a spitting match to win the hand of the fair Maid Carryon. Seriously, one of the most disgusting things I’ve written!
Sweaty Pits McTavish is a superhero with an amazing superpower, the power of Super Sweaty Armpits! Join McTavish as he flies around Scotland saving the day in the most outrageous ways! Armpits Assemble!
Webster Witch has decided to make ugly potion #53 using bits and pieces of your learners. As usual for Webster, things don’t quite go to plan! A great little story to personalise and help explore proprioception with your learners!
Meet Dozy Dwight, an absolute plum who ignore every single rule in the Firework Code. Things will not end well for this bonfire berk!
An awful presentation that will be upgraded soon so people can enjoy Dwight’s suffering in glorious HD!
See what Santa gets up to before he leaves the house on Christmas Eve.
A nice gentle Christmas story this one!
Poor Doris the Duck has lost her egg, could it be that large, spotty one next to the football pitch?
Special story written for the wonderful PMLD Link Magazine, which you should definitely subscribe too…
The story of Jesus Christ’s last days, think Jesus Christ Superstar on a budget. A tricky one to do sensitively, but I think I just about managed. However, to my eternal shame, I DO rhyme “Jesus” with “30 silver pieces” Pizzas? What a hack!
I wrote this story to give parents and carers ideas of what to do with their young person at home, to beat the pesky Corona Virus blues. It went super viral (no pun intended!) and was translated into Icelandic and Welsh – cor!
Puberty Monsters! A story about puberty. More appropriate for higher learners who don’t take things literally.
Like a bunch of unruly teenagers, my stories have ended up stropping about all over the web. You’ll find some here (in the Sensory Stories tab):
A bunch of them are on the EQUALS site: https://equals.co.uk/whiteboard-room-pmld-sensory-stories/