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Let your child lie on a mat or folded blanket and pack pillows on top to make him into a pizza or sandwich. Weighted vests, weighted blankets and lap blankets are also effective ways to give passive proprioceptive input. Your child may also enjoy being wrapped in a blanket or snuggling in a beanbag.

Savvy Advocate Mom and More: Sensory Strategies: Hidden Senses - This is why we have to develop other muscles. Learning depends on being able to control your body and being able to understand where you are in space and time. Changing from a passive inhabitant of his/her body to an active "driver" makes a stunning amount of difference in how a student approaches academic learning.

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