Amy Kingston McNamara

Amy Kingston McNamara

Amy Kingston McNamara
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Use these toys and tools to help with attention and focus including visual attention needed for functional tasks and reading or writing.

Use these toys and tools to help with attention and focus including visual attention needed for functional tasks and reading or writing.

Our version of a ball pit for our SPD/Autistic son. We paid a total of $55 in comparison to hundreds from a therapy store. Both our boys are having a blast everyday with this! BONUS, cover with a  twin sheet and it becomes a crash pad! 2 for 1. :) You can find more ideas on fb at, Gently Used Autism and Sensory Therapy Items for Sale/Trade.

a blast everyday with this! BONUS, cover with a twin sheet and it becomes a crash pad! 2 for :) You can find more ideas on fb at, Gently Used Autism and Sensory Therapy Items for Sale/Trade.

There are some easy ways you can help establish a regiment of OT at home that will help fill in some of your child’s occupational therapy needs.

OT Activities at Home for Sensory Seekers. Simple easy activities you can start at home today!

Visual Scanning Activity for fine motor skills and visual scanning in so many functional tasks like reading, word searches, puzzles. This visual motor activity creates a fidget toy to help sensory seekers with fidgeting, too.

Fidget Toys for Kids - Since kids respond in a variety of means to quite a few fidgets, I wished to create an immense collection of fidgets for you to.

DIY budget: How To Make A No-Sew Weighted Lap Buddy with socks and rice - super easy for parents with children of autism, SPD, ASD, or for Alzheimer's, Dementia, Pain Management - Sensory

DIY budget: How To Make A No-Sew Weighted Lap Buddy with socks and rice - super…

This fab magnetic now and next board is the perfect visual aid for children and adults on the autism spectrum, have adhd, dyslexia or who have special educational needs. Just use the chart to highlight their daily routine

Magnetised Frame, Routine Board, Now and Next by OliHarriCreations perfect chart for the boys to help with visually seeing what is happening each day

Love this idea for a visual schedule. Use with children with Autism, ADHD, special needs. The tabs are a great way for children to interact with their schedule and to help keep them on task.

The Mission of KISN is to support Kansas school districts in building local capacity to serve students with diverse learning needs through results based professional development training and technical assistance.

Make this DIY fidget tool for use in the classroom or at home while writing and reading to help kids focus, attend, and perform tasks with tactile sensory input and movement they need to help with fidgeting.

Fidget toys provide tactile input for children in order to help them either increase or decrease their levels of arousal in order to promote self-regulation and on-task behavior.

free alphabet matching printable

Cookie sheet Toddler Alphabet free printable preschool homeschool magnet activity tot tray from The Intentional Momma. Can help teach where letters are in alphabet.beg, middle, end

The Princess and the Tot: What's on the Tray? Aug. 22-26

Attach the correct number and color of links to each ticket. From: The Princess and the Tot: Tot Trays