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Sensory Ideas/ Autism

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No need for fancy equipment, find out what types of challenges to include in your obstacle courses to help your child with SPD get all the sensory input they need and have fun doing it!

Obstacle Courses for Sensory Input (From Objects You have at Home!) » My Mundane and Miraculous Life

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50 heavy work activities for kids {free printable list of ideas included!} - great suggestions for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder from And Next Comes L

50 Heavy Work Activities for Kids {Free Printable}

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Gross Motor Activity

Developing large motor skills by playing on the line in preschool

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Make your Own Tunnel sock. This is a great activity for proprioceptive input- the kids love it!

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Capture all the best aromas of Summer with these Summer scented rice recipes- watermelon, cotton candy, lemonade, and orange creamsicle (amazing Summer SCENT-sory play)

Play Recipe- Summer Scented Rice ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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Create a garden sensory bin that kids will love. Perfect for Spring and so easy to put together.

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Help Kids, Kids Tolerant, Kidz Zone, Chill Kids Self, Kids Self Regulation

Helping Kids Tolerate Loud Noises, Learn Volume Control

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Five Fab iPad Apps to Help Students With Dyslexia

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Pool Noodle Boats Water Sensory BinOver 20 Water Bin Play Activities For KidsDIY Pool Noodle Pom Pom Shooter

20+ Water Bin Play Activities For Kids - FSPDT

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9 Things to Include in Your Sensory Room - Singing through the Rain #Education

9 Things to Include in Your Sensory Room

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CALMING CADDY! Items to include: stress ball, Play Doh, squishy balls...to squeeze out anger. Crayons and spiral tablet...to write down feelings or draw. A calming jar...to relax. A small stuffed toy...for comfort. Visual cue cards...for deep breathing technique, keep hands and feet to self, count to 10, talk to an adult.

The Autism Adventures of Room 83: Calm Down Kit

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Sensory Play: Taste Safe Mud Recipe -only 2 ingredients, fun to build with, toddler friendly, can go with lots of themes (bugs, dinosaurs, construction, garden, spring...)

Sensory Play: Taste Safe Mud Recipe

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Tips for everyday actions to dealing with Sensory issues - Autism

Sensory Fix™ - PROJECT SENSORY

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autism awareness

autism awareness on Tumblr

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Awesome galaxy projector lamp

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How Kids Defend Against Loud Sounds #spd #autism #genius @HowToBeADad.com nails it!

How Kids Defend Against Loud Sounds

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#Autism #Activities #products #ASD #toys

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Animal Washing Sensory Play for Toddlers - Where Imagination Grows

Animal Washing Sensory Play for Toddlers - Where Imagination Grows

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Sensory Oral / Feeding Toys & Tools | The Sensory Spectrum

Feeding / Oral Sensory Tools & Toys | The Sensory Spectrum

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DIY fidget toy - wooden beads on a key ring #butterflyproject #quitpicking #nailbiting

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FIDGET RINGS. This is awesome. I sooo wish I had the funds to provide these for my kids!

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A ring for those who like to fidget…

A ring for those who like to fidget…

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Fidget on Behance Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

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Supporting Sensory Needs in the Classroom. Learn how you can support the sensory needs of young children in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom!

Sensory Support in the Classroom

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