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The Autonomic Nervous System, Sensory Disorders and ASD

These are fabulous techniques!

Mums make lists ...: Help Kids Calm Down

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Strategies for working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. FREE handout.

Tons of Pediatric OT, PT, and Speech Therapy Ideas. *brought to you by members of the kid blogger network and therapists*

Q-Tips and Straws Fine Motor Skills Activity - A great way to help little hands strengthen fine motor skills and work on colors at the same time.

Q-Tips and Straws - Fine Motor Skills Activity

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How to dye shredded coconut for sensory play - colorful and scented fun for kids from And Next Comes L

Rainbow Coconut {How to Dye Shredded Coconut for Sensory Play}

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The most gorgeous glitter paint recipe ever, and it only takes two minutes to make!

Sparkly Paint Recipe ~ Learn Play Imagine

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We had so much fun with this last year! A fun summertime activity for kids: #DIY "water blob"

How To: Make a Water Blob » Curbly | DIY Design Community

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Using a pair of chopsticks, each child takes a turn stacking the cubes.//A great way to address patience, frustration, persistence, etc.

Lace your shoes! - Fine Motor Activity for Kids

Thank you to Anne Zachry of the Pediatric Occupational Therapist for this fantastic idea! As a therapist, I frequently work with children on bilateral upper extremity skills. It’s important for a child to learn to stabilize an object or container while performing an activity with the opposite hand. This is a simple, inexpensive activity that addresses bilateral skills and visual perception. When the child is required to copy a pattern, this addresses design copy and color ...

Sight word crayon rubbings make practicing sight words very fun. {Sugar Aunts}

Sugar Aunts: Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity

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Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs

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