DIY Sensory Blocks - a wonderful sensory toy for your little one

DIY Sensory Blocks How To

DIY Sensory Blocks - a wonderful sensory toy for your little one, but wouldn't they be GREAT in speech therapy? Close your eyes, touch, now describe how it feels. Use your best vocabulary words for describing!

Here are 21 sensory activities that any child is sure to enjoy! Help your little one explore their senses of touch, feel, smell, and even taste!

21 Sensory Activities For Kids With Autism

Here are 21 sensory activities that any child is sure to enjoy! Help your little one explore their senses of touch, feel, smell, and even taste!

Sensory Play Activities for Special Needs :: sensory seekers :: sensory processing activities :: play activities for blind children (More on, "Education, Suggestions, Advice" board.)

Sensory Play Activities for Special Needs :: sensory seekers :: sensory processing activities :: play activities for blind children (More on, "Education, Suggestions, Advice" board.

Good directions - we needed to blow ours up first! Simple To Make Texture Balloons for Tactile Sensory processing Input

Texture Balloons for Kids Tactile Sensory Play

The teacher in me is back out. D needs sensory stuff. And since we are inside, waiting for baby to arrive, I knew he needed a sensory bin day. I could not WAIT to get to Dollar Tree and try all of these sensory bins. I went armed with a list – HA! That was …

6+ Sensory Bins for under $30 - with tons of other ideas

Paint mixing sensory bags.  Great no mess sensory activity for your special education classroom.  Get all the directions at:  http://besttoys4toddlers.com/home/shaving-cream-color-mixing-sensory-bag/

Shaving Cream Color Mixing Sensory Bag

Would like to put together a color mixing activity without all the mess that comes with it? Try shaving cream color mixing sensory bag!

Make your own bead box for sensory input and kids with Autism.  Clear and easy to follow directions.  Read more at:  http://littlemisskimberlyann.blogspot.com/2012/11/bead-box-for-sensory-input-and-kids.html

Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Bead box for sensory input and kids with Autism. Can be used for tactile stimulation; cause and effect on its own

Proprioception activities such as heavy work have been shown to improve attention and concentration, improve body awareness, and regulate arousal levels. Heavy work can be calming for students with autism or sensory regulation difficulties.The activities on this poster are specifically designed so that they can be implemented in a sensory room or therapy room.

Pressure Poster- Sensory/Therapy Room

Proprioception activities such as heavy work have been shown to improve attention and concentration, improve body awareness, and regulate arousal levels.

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