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How to Help Kids Pay Attention with Sensory Movement Exercises

Try these sensory movement activites and exercises for helping kids learn to pay attention. Easy ball therapy exercises using proprioception and core muscle strengthening with a frugal and easy alternative to a therapy ball. Occupational Therapy tips for kids.


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Cloud Dough, 8 cups of flour 1 cup of baby oil... Feels like flour but you can mold it into shapes and build sand castle type structures Make -Cloud Dough -

Make Your Own 2-Ingredient Cloud Dough - In Lieu of Preschool

from Frugal Mom of 8

Anxious? Snuggle Up in This Sensory Sheet

This sensory sheet helps my children sleep at night without fidgeting or anxiety. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

Anxious? Snuggle Up in This Sensory Sheet - Frugal Mom of 8

from Kids Activities Blog

35 Sensory Aids and Ideas to aid with SPD

35 Sensory Aids and Ideas to aid with SPD - Kids Activities Blog

calming bottles- things for kids to look at while calming themselves down. by luann

calming bottles

Option #1: Calming Wave Machine sensory bottle (oil, water and fun things) Option #2: water, glue, glitter, food coloring. Option #3: toothpicks/skewers and uncooked grain (rice or barley) for a rain maker.

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from Lady Behind the Curtain

Calming Find It Game

This Calming Find It Game is perfect for changing a child's focus from being upset to concentrating on finding fun objects in a find it game. I use this fo

Calming Find It Game - Lady Behind the Curtain

from Powerful Mothering

10 Easy Busy Bags

10 Easy Busy Bags - Powerful Mothering

Button Sorting Cups - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition! ≈≈

Button Sorting Cups