I roll it into balls (one for each student), poke a small hole in each with my finger, add a few drops of food color and then cover the hole. I then place each ball into a ziploc bag and put a bag at each child's seat for their arrival. After they arrive I instruct them to squish up the bag to see what happens. They oooh and ahhh over the "magic".
'150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids' focuses on tech-free fun by the Chicago Tribune: Remember childhood before iPads and laptops? It's still there, and it's still fun, says Asia Citro, a former science teacher who writes the blog FunAtHomeWithKids.com. Her book, "150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids" (Adams Media), offers doable indoor ideas for children's play, using easily... http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/sc-fam-1230-screen-free-fun-20141223-story.html
Deep Pressure and Heavy Activities for School Age Children- Tools for Early Identification and Intervention for 0- to 5-year-olds Sensory Modulation Training- These are wonderful for providing children with the input they crave including deep proprioception and joint compression.