(For our kids that like to fidget) Sensory Balloons- place different items in the balloons such as flour, beans, tiny macaroni, split peas, rice and popcorn kernels. These are great for students to squeeze to help avoid fidgeting.
Playroom Inspiration: DIY Busy Board This sensory busy board is part of a playroom made for an almost toddler that was put together on a budget. It looks beautiful and is a great lesson in re-purposing everyday items for play.
great website for people with ASD; the site provides games based on the rooms of a house and throws in a sensory and music room as well! sensory world also includes a money manager to help practice additional life skills.
Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities