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The Dynamic Duo: How To Make A Sensory Tent For Small Spaces

I created a "Safe Spot" out of a new garbage can. I used Clifford bone material to decorate it and pillows to make it more comfortable. Students can go to the "Safe Spot" to calm down, have some alone time, or just chill out with a book. I have a basket of materials for students to use, as well as visuals of stress buster strategies.

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Sensory wall for a dark sensory room...brilliant

Parkside - Roots in the Community, Branching Out to All...

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Sensory area organized with the round bins that roll out with more objects. Sitting area can change experience based on visual background.

Beautiful and calming...a perfect example that sensory rooms don't require primary colors. This is from a room at a nursing home as sensory design as evidence-based medical proof of increased funtionality in seniors with autism, dementia and other diminishing sensory connections and mobility.

I find this nice....

I love sensory rooms. They are intended to calm and inspire children with disabilities.

This sensory space is perhaps a bit more realistic for a family wanting to designate a space in their house.

Here is a nice calming space.

In this one, I like the use of projecting images onto the wall.

Here is another great example of creating a "safe" space for your child to sleep.

A sensory room for children with disabilities.