{Guest Post} Twelve Sensory Play Recipes by Blog Me Mom for Fun at Home with Kids

{Guest Post} Twelve Sensory Play Recipes

Goop, dough and slime oh my! Check out these ooey gooey 12 sensory play recipes from"Fun at Home with Kids".

Do-A-Dot Letter Printables- she has uppercase and lowercase! We didn't have the dot markers, but we had some small foam cylinders we had bought in the Target dollar spot that worked great for this. Could also use those garage sale stickers- GREAT fine motor activity!!

Uppercase Do-a-Dot letters. Perfect for working on the alphabet and pre-writing skills, and we already have the dot markers! She has tons of awesome ideas at totschool.

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Making Patterns with Lego and Egg Cartons

The Autism Tank: All About Me Book. I worked with this teacher during my internship and she does an amazing job!!

all about me book.work on learning phone number. Great for kids with autism. could make this a folder and do name also

activities to develop handwriting skills, plus recommended apps and resources

Fun Ways to Work on Handwriting Skills

Push Pins strengthen tripod fingers for writing

pushpins activities to help fine motor skills --- Play At Home Mom LLC: Getting Creative with Push Pins

List of 40 Fun Fall Activities for Kids that use Fine Motor Skills on Lalymom.com - these look fun!

40 Fall Themed Fine Motor Activities Kids Will Love

Auditory Input | Sensory Processing Explained... (Parent to Parent, Teacher to Teacher) Free Printable to make it easy to understand! #spd #sensory - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

Auditory System: Sensory Processing Explained

One educator turned stay at home mom attempts to explain Sensory Processing: The Auditory System and its importance for growth and development in kids.

Essential Oils for Special Needs Kids - like autism, asperbergs, downs, ADD/ADHD, and more :: OrganizingMadeFun.com

Essential Oils for Special Needs Kids - like autism, asperbergs, downs, ADD/ADHD, and more Includes a lot of info and a 25 min video

Play dough with googly eyes!  Great for those children on OT programs that need to develop their fine motor skills.  Hide the eyes in the dough for the children to find but make sure they also shake the dough first to hear the googly eyes rattle!  What could be hiding in the dough?!

Halloween crafts

googly-eyed play dough - a great sensory activity! Did something similiar when we made bugs out of playdough. I let them put as many eyes as they wanted on their bugs. Some went crazy with eyes, some went crazy with pipe cleaners :)

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