Sensory activities for kids

A space to share sensory activities for children. This is a great resource for preschool teachers, early childhood educators, and dealing with sensory processing disorder (SPD).

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Sensory activities for kids

Sensory activities for kids

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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!

DIY Simple Sensory Bottles | The Jenny Evolution

15 Fun Food Sensory Bins and Activities for Kids | The Jenny Evolution

Make your own sensory rainbow balls for play - safe for babies and toddlers! Mummy Musings and Mayhem

5 Benefits of Block Toys for Toddlers and Babies | The Jenny Evolution

Bucket of Fun Spaghetti Worms for Sensory Play with hiding number rocks. So much FUN!!!

15 Sensory Play Ideas For Babies - I Heart Arts n Crafts

Bubbling Quicksand! An easy Sensory Play Recipe. Perfect for a Dinosaur Sensory Tub, or an Ocean themed one too!

This is such a fun gross motor activities for toddlers and preschool. A giant game of Tic-Tac-Toe!

Dino Sludge - only 4 ingredients! Awesome sensory experience!

Shaving cream cupcakes activity for toddlers

Backyard Design: DIY Outdoor Sound Wall/Music Station from Fun at Home with Kids

Rainbow Rice Alphabet Puzzle Activity and Sensory Play for Kids. Practice letter recognition and fine motor skills with an alphabet sensory bin and easy colored rice.

Metallic dyed beans sensory play for kids: how to dye beans in gold, silver, and copper colors form And Next Comes L

How to make sensory squishy bags for pre-writing activities.

DIY Ice Sculptures - easy fun with only 2 ingredients!

Bees Sensory Tub | Healthy Mama Info

Water Sensory Play: Polka Dot Soup from Fun at Home with Kids

Montessori Picnic Activities Unit - Perfect for Sensory / Autistic Kids who aren't comfortable with outdoor picnics

Dinosaur sensory soup water play activity for toddlers and preschoolers from And Next Comes L

How to Support Sensory Needs in the Preschool Classroom. Do you have kids who fidget, hate loud noises, can't stand the taste, texture, or smell of certain foods, can't touch certain fabrics? Read this to find out how you can support these sensory needs in your pre-k or kindergarten classroom.