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Sensory Bags from Ms. Rachel's Room

(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.

Create Your Own Sensory Balls (for pennies each)

How to Make Sensory Balls

These sensory balls (also called stress balls) are really easy and inexpensive to make. Fill balloons with flour and tie off.

@meredith1124 and @lah0626 this has to be done for KJ and Kami- they would love it- Miss Science experiment herself!

He Fills A Balloon With Flour. The End Result Took Me Back To My Childhood!

Feeling Stressed or Want to Take up Juggling? Here’s How to Make Your own Ninja Balls!

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.

Playroom Inspiration: DIY Busy Board

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.

Sensory Balloons & Painting {Rainbows} -

Sensory Balloons & Painting {Rainbows}

DIY Sensory Balloons: each balloon with a different tactile material. fill one with rice, one with salt, one with hair gel, one with pasta, etc.) & tie off to secure.

It is the holiday season, which leaves many parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles on the hunt for toys a child will treasure.  It can be challenging, to say the least!  I have compiled a list of my top ten favorite sensory toys that any child could enjoy.  Of course, this list could be extra helpful...Read More »

10 Awesome and Affordable Sensory Toys

Sensory: Ideas for every budget, DIY, and sensory stocking stuffers! Plus, descriptions about how the toys stimulate the sensory system from a pediatric occupational therapist!

Sensory World is a brand new website; a virtual, interactive house filled with activities designed to stimulate learning and promote choice for people with disabilities

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.

Preschool skills activities for fine motor control--some neat activities! #preschool #homeschool

Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities

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