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Sensory Diet Activities

Disc for fidgety feet. Would be concerned about lack of postural stability for desk work

Blessed with Boundless Energy - 1+1+1=1

Make and take pencil toppers - use as a handwriting warm up or a fidget

Back to School Fine Motor Pencil Toppers

sensory friendly learning in the faith based classroom

Calming, Organizing and Alerting Activities for Children (FREE PRINTABLE INCLUDED) - Golden Reflections Blog

5 Ideas to Help Sensory Seekers Focus in the Library

5 Ideas to Help Sensory Seekers Focus in the Library

No doubt about it, swinging is FUN – but this activity is also full of amazing developmental benefits for kids including helping them to feel safe and secure as they play. Did you realize that swinging had this awesome sensory benefit?? Here are 8 swing games to play AND 8 awesome swings for kids! #swinging #swingset #swingsarefun #childdevelopment #grossmotor #sensory #pedipt #pediot #activitiesforkids #swingsforkids

The Inspired Treehouse

A ball pit using 3/4 in pvc pipe, pool noodles for cushion, pvc glue, and then an old sheet for the cover.

How to make a swing

How To Make a Swing From a Plastic Box - Playtivities

Personal space social story

A Social Story: Personal Space

The vestibular system explained

What Is The Vestibular System - North Shore Pediatric Therapy

Infants Responses to Tactile Input

Infant Responses to Tactile Input | Blog

Use paint sticks and velcro to make a sequencing activity that can be used with any book; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!