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This website has the biggest collection of fidgets I've ever seen! I placed an order today for the stretchy string.

Make Stress Fidgets - $1 pool noodle + 1 serrated knife + 2 minutes = 52 stress fidgets for the upcoming school year. That's a time and financial investment even I could afford! Great idea from Danielle at School Counselor Blog. OR Use a funnel to fill round balloons with corn starch, flour, or sand. Fold the neck of the balloon over, and put inside of another balloon that you've snipped the neck off of. Repeat with a third balloon. Just double-check with ...

Little Bins for Little Handsfrom Little Bins for Little Hands

Sensory Kit Calm Down Ideas for Anxious and Fidgety Kids

Homemade Sensory Kit for Calm Down Time and Fidgety Kids. Also great for SPD ADHD ASD. Take it with you, perfect portable sensory play kit.

The Sensory Spectrumfrom The Sensory Spectrum

Ultimate Guide to Sensory Toys and Tools for Kids

Ultimate Guide to Sensory Toys and Products for Kids | The Sensory Spectrum. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

Singing through the Rainfrom Singing through the Rain

Homemade Sensory Gel Pad

So excited to share this post with you today from a friend of mine who I met at Adam’s therapy! She came up with this wonderful idea that is perfect for children with Autism, SPD, or any sensory defensiveness. As a wife and stay-at-home mother of two special needs children, I’m always...

Lemon Lime Adventuresfrom Lemon Lime Adventures

Sensory Hacks to Calm an Angry Child

DIY Sensory Hacks to calm an Angry Child, Making some of these today!

I love this, because how many times do gen ed kids question why a student gets something they don't get. Here's a poster defining what fair means in the classroom.

Sharing Toys: timers to reinforce the concept of sharing from article on kindness, generosity + Emotional Intelligence. How do you reinforce kindness in your home? In your classroom? Random Acts of Kindness ideas!

Fidget rings- some great options for those that need to keep their hands busy.

I recommend this fidget ALL the time. It's discrete, but powerful. Great option for older children, teens and adults who need a fidget, but don't want to draw attention to themselves.

Relaxation Activities This blog has lots of good activities to help kids self-regulate emotionally.

Make your own sensory fidget toy. Have your kids blow up a balloon a few times to stretch it out (while also working on oral motor strengthening, breath control and core activation!). Using a funnel, fill up the balloon with corn starch and tie a knot in it. Now they have a toy to add to their sensory box!

Teach123 - Tips for Teachersfrom Teach123 - Tips for Teachers

A.D.H.D. Tips

Teach123: A.D.H.D. Tips; make your own fidgets for fidgety kids to manipulate in class.

the scratchy sides of velcro are a great way to help fidgety kids who need tactile stimulation--stick the scratchy velcro under their desks so that they can rub their finger over it and stay in their seats with minimal distraction!

The Inspired Treehousefrom The Inspired Treehouse


The best toys for development of the vestibular system as recommended by therapists at The Inspired Treehouse

The Mystery Box is one of our favorite classroom activities!! Introduce it with the "Mystery Box" song from Super Simple Songs 2.

The Autism Helperfrom The Autism Helper

Tasks for Kiddos that put EVERYTHING in their Mouth

Cheap matching tasks that is durable enough for your kiddos who put everything in their mouth {by}