Pencil fidgets - They allow the student to have something to move around in their hands. Students that require such fidgets have a need for sensory stimulation, and fidgets provide that within the classroom setting. I know about 50 kids... and myself who would benefit from these.
Button Gloves-This activity encourages finger isolation, thumb opposition, proprioceptive input and fun! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
Face painting is a great way for children to learn about their faces and work on proprioception. Idea from Play at Home Mom, pinned by SPD Blogger Netowrk. For more sensory-related pins, see http:/pinterest.com/spdbn