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Inside you’ll find: the incredible benefits of weighted blankets for kids with SPD or other sensory issues from My Mundane and Miraculous Life. We all have that one friend. You know, the one that just gives exceptional hugs. Those hugs are just the right firmness and radiate love and warmth. That’s kinda what a weighted blanket feels like. #sensory #benefits #parenting #kids #calm #comfort
Does your child ever feel overwhelmed? Do they struggle with sensory meltdowns and sensory overload? In this video guide for kids, we share some self-regulation strategies that they can use in their every-day life. #SensoryProcessing #SPD #SensoryOverload #SensoryMeltdowns #Meltdowns #ChildBehavior #ChildDevelopment #OccupationalTherapy
Visualization exercises are a fantastic way for kids (and adults!) to relieve stress! Next time you or one of your students is feeling stressed try a visualization exercise! We like to keep a few sets of visualization cards, Visualize This, in our calming kit. Visualize This, inside the Mindful Thoughts Membership, is a terrific calming kit tool to add to any calming corner!
This post from My Mundane and Miraculous Life is all about how to help your autistic child be ok with with wearing a mask when they need to. Read these tips and find some help. Considered how masks feel and make the best choice for your kids. There are so many options. #kids #sensory #masks #parenting #tips #howto
Zoom meeting can be incredibly hard for the highly sensitive child and honestly any child with sensory challenges. There is so much sensory stimulation that it can be hard for a child to conventrate during online schooling, especially Zoom meetings. Click to learn how you can help your child with virtual school and Zoom meeting with these 13 tips. #virtualschool #zoomtips #HSP #highlysensitive
Does your child have challenges with textures, taste or smell of particular foods? Do they prefer crunchy over soft? Do they gag or vomit when eating certain foods? If so, they may have a sensory food aversion. Click to learn the mistakes we made & what strategies we are implementing with our child with the help of a occupational therapist and speech therapist. Are they a picky eater or problem eater? Pin to help others struggling with their kids & mealtimes. #sensory #pickyeaters