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This study attempts to investgate th aspects on the sensory exercise class of children with developmental disabilities. This study is to analyze by ethnographic research method. The subjects in this study were 11 selected children who were attending. The Data were collected through 35 participation observations, 3 teacher interviews during a period from March, 2004 to July, 2004. The class of sensory exercise were tape-recoarded, videotaped, and field jotting and field records were made. In addition with the teacher were also duplicated and materialized. Collected data were encoded, categorized and analyzed by each case. The findings of this study were as below: First, the sensory exercise class was effective for the enhancement of the motor abilities of the children with developmental disabilities. As a result of checking out balance, mobility and coordination, the subfactors of major muscular movement. Second, the sensory exercise class was effective for the enhancement of the social skills of the children with developmental disabilities. As a result of checking out spontaneousness, concentration, imitation and cohesive force, the subfactors of interpersonal relationship and social adjustment behaviors.