I'm writing over at What to Expect today.I'd love you to stop by for a visit and read more about my strategies for hairwashing with sensitive toddlers. For many parents with sensory sensitive c.
I wasn't sure what board to add this to, but it's so helpful and interesting, I wanted to save it: 15 Strategies in Toddler Hair Washing (esp. for kids' with sensory processing disorder)
Must do number 9 poor Elsie she is fitting the puzzle nicely
Help for bath time!
15 Strategies to Conquer Your Next Toddler Hairwash....Tips for those with sensory sensitive children! Mummy Musings and Mayhem
OKAY short of telepathy this is the best way to talk to babies. We taught my younger brother sign language when he was a baby. We still use some of the signs, usually water and potty, especially in public. #signlanguageposter
A Daily Dose of Grace: Hypotonia and Chewing Difficulties
Includes: improving language skills in non-verbal preschoolers, activities to expand language skills in verbal preschoolers with autism, and promoting social language in autistic preschoolers with good speech skills.
Jingle Bell Sensory Bag Painting - you will need hair gel or paint, jingle bells, tape, and plastic bag. combine to make a sensory bag for infants. -the children will develop fine motor skills by manipulating the jingle bells and paint around in the bag.