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Infants Responses to Tactile Input
Cute reading incentive with gumballs. DARLING poem!
Cool Down Cubes - great for students who have difficulty w/anger
Use paint sticks and velcro to make a sequencing activity that can be used with any book; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!
sensory processing disorder | YourTherapySource... Blog
Nice for students with sensory processing difficulties
Teaching The Rules of Fidgets
Holly's Arts and Crafts Corner: DIY Project: Basement Bungee Swing
"too high body engines" picture board
My Five Senses (+ printable)... Simply by being thoughtful about what children touch, hear, see, and smell during a learning experience, we can turn an ordinary lesson into lasting memory.
Autism Sleeps - sensory strategies to help restless minds sleep
Try creating a waiting in line list next time students have to wait for the bathroom. This is a nice modification for children with decreased self regulation skills.
"Great Big Ball" Song & Activity - cute group activity to provide some proprioceptive input. I would prefer children to be on their bellies though.
Sensory Preference Fill In Worksheet
Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySo...: 10 Tips to Help Develop Self Control in Children
Nice chart in article about substituting behaviors for flapping
Love these ideas!!!
What a great idea! A bike water bottle holder is attached to the legs of the desks! Desktops are clear and students are hydrated.
Local educators trained on sensory processing disorder
Brain Works by Sensational Brain
using bath mats to establish personal space during read to self. Looks soft and cozy for quiet spaces.
Visual Solutions For Staying in Your Space
Simple & functional - great idea!