Indoor ice skating involves a child putting his or her feet in boxes and then "skating" in them from one area to another. The therapist could ask the child to try skating in different positions (crouched down for example) for additional input.
Here are 10 calming vestibular activities for the classroom: Rocking back and forth in a rocking chair. Perform gentle stretches especially the neck and back. Slow marching in a straight line. Inverting the head (some children find this calming, some
Great list of the Best Toys for the Vestibular System. Awesome for parents would would like to buy "therapy tools" for home!Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!
25 Sensory Hacks for Kids for Vestibular & Proprioceptive Input
SENSORY: 25 sensory hacks for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder from And Next Comes L. These are some great tips for students who have sensory issues and will allow them to overcome those.
More Ways to Use an Exercise Ball for Sensory Therapy
An Exercise Ball is great for kids with sensory processing disorder or SPD. These exercising challenge the vestibular system, strengthen the core, and make the child cross midline. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!