Come on in! Join Pinterest only takes like a second or so.

OT and Sensory Motor Ideas

NEED! Play Therapy for Adults Mohdoh for adults is the great "squidgy" meeting of aromatherapy, tactile-play therapy and color therapy. Each of the nontoxic, vibrantly hued, moldable doughs ($8) is infused with lovely smelling essential oils. #relaxation

Hoop Streamer Options

Sensory pull handles are a versatile therapy tool,

Classroom Exercise Makes Learning Lively

Sensory balloons

Working the net-swing lying in a prone position on your stomach with ropes, poles, toys, and throwing games gives a kid strength and endurance, rotational and linear vestibular input, and enhanced timing sequences.

Top 15 Sensory Strategies for Homework! The sensory strategies apply to ALL children, and are of utmost important for sensory kiddos

Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips: Sensory Diet Activities. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

Book: Tools for Teens: Sensory Integration: Diana Henry, Tammy Wheeler, Deanna Iris Sava

Monster Punching Bag: Encouraging Gross Motor Skills and Large Movement

Brainworks Sensory Diet App

Airplane Catch warm up activity - This activity enables the child to develop his upper body strength and receive proprioceptive input. It also gives the child an opportunity to work on maintaining eye contact. Good idea for children to do at home during this topic.

Ultra Stomp Rockets: Stomp down on the stand to launch a loaded Rocket up to 200 feet in the air! Provides proprioceptive input.

Simple video about the proprioceptive system

Removing pennies from putty and then squeezing a tennis ball while pushing the pennies inside an opening provides a great deal of proprioceptive stimulation.

Fun eye games to help with ocular motor skills

Visual motor, eye hand coordination, visual tracking and motor planning practiced all using just some paper, a cardboard tube and a balloon. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Awesome weight bearing through upper and lower body. Motor planning is great. Attention to task required. Great post! @Pediatric Therapy Center-for all of ours pins, please visit our page at

top 10 ways to improve student attention I like the idea of the ball stabilized