Addressing picky eating is more than just one single strategy, its standing back and coming up with a plan that works for your child in your home.  Feeding Therapy Collection.

Turning My Picky Eater Around: An Easy to Follow Plan

This site is loaded with good ideas to help the student and young child with Sensory Processing Difficulties

Sensory Processing Disorder Checklist - remember SPD can accompany autism, ADD, or stand by itself; what SPD can do is teach parents the importance of a sensory diet

I am using resources from Curious George and PBS to teach my son about the 5 senses and his brother with sensory issues.

resources to teach kids about the 5 senses + sensory issues

previous pinned says: PBS and Curious George have provided some great resources to teach Pre-K to about the 5 senses. I am adding in a few extra details to teach my one child about his brother with sensory issues.

Signs of Sensory Processing Disorder in a 3-Year-Old. Explanations of Sensory Over/Under Responder and Sensory Seeking behaviors.

Signs of Sensory Processing Disorder in a Explanations of Sensory Over/Under Responder and Sensory Seeking behaviors.

Having a child with feeding issues is one of the hardest problems to handle both for therapists and parents, and it's stressful for the child as well.  Our lives often revolve around food!  And so ...

Food Refusal - Is It Oral Motor or Sensory Related?

Is your child refusing foods because of sensory and/or oral motor issues? Symptoms and strategies explained

Are your child's reactions sensory or behavioral? How to tell the difference.

Any head banging behaviors, whether brief periods (a few seconds) or extended periods (longer than seconds in duration), are not considered part of typical toddler behavior

Sensory play is vital to early childhood development, create a handful of Touch and Feel Sensory Sticks in under 15 minutes and for less than a few dollars - meaningful toys don't need to expensive!

Touch and Feel Sensory Sticks

Sensory play is vital to early childhood development, create a handful of Touch and Feel Sensory Sticks in under 15 minutes and for less than a few dollars - meaningful toys don't need to expensive! Physical Health and Growth Foundation Senses

Sensory Processing- Find out more in Toddlers & ADHD by Donna Mac or www.toddlersandadhd.com

Sensory processing disorder can present in many different ways. This is a helpful image to allow students to see how someone might feel with this disorder. Website provides very useful information for those researching this neurological disorder.

sensory sleepy time... not JUST for kids; 4 of these 5 make a huge difference in my falling asleep quickly

Sensory-Friendly Tips for Kids Who Have Trouble Sleeping

Graphic of Sensory processing issues: What you're seeing in your middle schooler

The Difference Between Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns

Tantrums and sensory meltdowns are different. Learn how to tell which type of outburst your child has and help calm things down.

Paint in ziplock bags, taped to table. Great distraction, no mess! - Glamourization

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

I kinda like the mess, but some days this might be a quick and easy way.Mess-free finger painting-Paint in ziplock bags, taped to table. Great distraction, no mess!

KidCompanions Chewelry | Chewable and wearable sensory tool for individuals who chew or fidget. It is a discreet, age-appropriate alternative to traditional oral motor and fidget toys #sensory #kids

I have a photo to compare the size of KidCompanions Chewelry with the typical P or Q chewies. I get asked often about my daughter's Kidcompanions hearts. This gives you a size comparison to the typical green (or P and Q) chewies.

Ghost sensory bin with cute bread tie ghost craft.  Lots of sensory bin tips and tools in this post, from an Occupational Therapist, including why sensory bins are so great for kids with and without sensory issues!

Bread Tie Ghost Craft Sensory Exploration

Ghost sensory bin with cute bread tie ghost craft. Lots of sensory bin tips and tools in this post, from an Occupational Therapist, including why sensory bins are so great for kids with and without sensory issues!

A full year of calm down bottles for your Preschool or Kindergarten Kids. Kids love watching the contents of the bottles swirl and move and it helps them regain control over their emotions...

A Year of Calm Down Bottles

Calm down bottles are perfect for helping children relax and also for sensory play. Find a year worth of calm down bottle ideas to make a sensory bottle for any time of the year!

Sensory Processing Disorder Checklist    another link  http://www.ot-mom-learning-activities.com/sensory-processing-disorder-in-babies.html

Using Heavy Work Activities (Proprioceptive Input) to help treat children's Sensory Processing Disorder - Many helpful suggestions!

Hanging upside down stimulates our vestibular system, found our inner ear. Planned sensory activities that involve hanging upside down can prevent sensory meltdowns in children with Autism.

Hanging upside down stimulates our vestibular system, found our inner ear. Planned sensory activities that involve hanging upside down can prevent sensory meltdowns in children with Autism.

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