DIY budget: How To Make A No-Sew Weighted Lap Buddy with socks and rice - super easy for parents with children of autism, SPD, ASD, or for Alzheimer's, Dementia, Pain Management - Sensory
This chart has a great idea for the parents of children with autism. Using pictures and words can help parents to teach their children how they do most things by themselves.
Get your hands on these awesome fidget toys for #Autism by clicking on the graphic. Don't forget to REPIN!
Ultimate Guide to Sensory Toys and Products for Kids | The Sensory Spectrum
AUTISM PARENTING All the time. He doesn't mean it... he doesn't understand it.
Poster: The Parts of a Friend ... This set includes readers, writers, scientists, mathematicians, friends, and teachers. Both boys and girls are represented, including varying skin tones. $
Childrens Books on Sensory Processing Disorder
Fun Ideas for your Sensory Sensitive Kids | ilslearningcorner.com
This resource includes data sheets that can be printed on to 3x3 sticky notes. This resource is great for use in the special education classroom, where often many different types of data systems are utilized. Having these data sheets printed on sticky notes allows for quick, easy access when working with multiple students or across multiple settings.
What is Stimming?? ……. For me, I pass my hair repeatedly over my lips..... It calms me, helps me focus, looks odd, and I don't realize I'm doing it until others point it out. I wind my hair around my finger when I'm in social settings because I'm not comfortable and it helps me...
DIY Sensory Rugs for Kids | Montessori Nature
10 Ways to support students struggling with Hyperactivity and Attention! I love this my students with ADHD and sensory needs!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Sensory Bottle. TMNT Activity for kids. TMNT party idea.
Combine literacy and sensory in this super easy Alphabet Sensory Bottle.
Adaptive art tool ideas found online.
Button Sorting Cups – What a brilliant idea.Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition!
Learning to bounce and catch. Facing the wall helps to control the ball. Bounce into a small hoop for a target.
Teach kids how to use a zipper and Help kids learn how to zipper clothing using recycled materials that you probably have in your house. This activity works on all of the individual skills needed for the motor planning of zippering a zipper and uses just a ribbon and plastic bread ties.
Make Stress Fidgets - $1 pool noodle + 1 serrated knife + 2 minutes = 52 stress fidgets for the upcoming school year. That's a time and financial investment even I could afford! Great idea from Danielle at School Counselor Blog. OR Use a funnel to fill round balloons with corn starch, flour, or sand. Fold the neck of the balloon over, and put inside of another balloon that you've snipped the neck off of. Repeat with a third balloon. Just double-check with ...
The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids
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