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Auditory processing activities

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Formally known as sensory integration dysfunction, sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a neurological condition in which the brain has difficulty receiving an

Formally known as sensory integration dysfunction, sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a neurological condition in which the brain has difficulty receiving and responding to sensory information (e.g., smell, touch, taste, etc.) that an individual perceives, thus, resulting in atypical responses. Individuals with SPD can be hypersensitive (over responsive) and or hyposensitive (under responsive) to things in their environment. For example, some sounds may be painful or overwhelming to a…

Sensory Diet Ideas for Sensory Seekers - use these activities if your child has sensory processing disorder or displays sensory seeking behaviors to help them meet their sensory threshold and regulate their behavior.

These Sensory Diet Ideas for Sensory Seekers may be helpful if your child struggles with sensory processing disorder and needs extra sensory feedback. Work them in throughout the day to help the child regulate their

We love brain training activities! They have made such a difference in our homeschool. Here is a list of several activities we use to strengthen visual attention and visual processing.

Brain training activities are good for everyone because they build neuron connections. Who couldn’t use a few extra neuron connections, right? I’ve gone into some depth about the what, why and how of brain training before, so I’ll spare you the details about all the cognitive skills brain training improves and how it helps ALL...

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Auditory Processing Card Activities: actions, kinesthetic movement, verbal skills, and following directions!

Description Here is an engaging and easy way to help improve your student's ability to process information and follow directions. Included in this download are over 100 cards. Each card features three directions that students must complete in the order given. These cards are a perfect warm up for RTI or differentiated reading groups. They could even serve as an easy 5-minute time filler for transitions or clean up. These include fun kinesthetic activities like jumping, spinning, quacking…

Come learn how you can get some fun, free following directions and listening skill activities.

Many young learners struggle with linguistic cues and following both written and oral directions can be difficult. They are required to learn vocabulary as well as strengthen cognitive processing areas such as auditory processing, visual processing, sequencing and more. Come download some free sample activities on my blog that you can use to help your students ... Read More about Fun Following Directions Activities Freebie