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    Toddler Sleepwear, taking off diaper, zippered Back pajamas, that are child proof, to stop little escape artists!

    Great advice! So glad I found this. This gives me some new ideas for how to stop my child taking off their diaper all the time!

    Escape Proof Zip in Back Pajamas PJ's Sleeper Clothing #iKidsFashion

    This bit of brilliance was designed for students with special needs. Each child has his or her own personal space, which can be outfitted with any sensory comforts that the child might need. AWESOME. Also, one or two of these in a library center would be a super-cool semi-private space for any kid. COOL!

    EscapeeJays pajamas for girls.

    How much sleep does your child need? A handy chart. Need to print this off and give to the parents of my students. " no it's not ok that your 10 year old goes to bed at 11 on a school night"

    Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

    Meeting the social and emotional needs of infants and toddlers

    Favorite Apps for Toddlers - Wait Til Your Father Gets Home

    Fidgety Kids-having kids sit on an exercise ball improves their attention and focus. From Therapy Fun 4 Kids.

    Diaper Rash remedies. Lots of good natural ways on this site

    Soapy Jar Sensory Activity for Toddlers

    A "Calm Down Jar." Shake the jar and the child has to watch the jar until the glitter settles. Such a great idea!

    When the child is awake, drape it across his lap or around his shoulders. The deep pressure touch stimulation brought about by the blanket will produce serotonin in the child, which is a hormone that will help to calm him down and produce a happier frame of mind.

    Items to Include in in a Sensory Room or Play room for child with sensory processing disorder.


    Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party!