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4 ideas for incorporating sensory motor activities into your school day in order to help students regulate their bodies and sensory systems.

Sensory Motor Tasks That Fit In Your Classroom

4 ideas for incorporating sensory motor activities into your school day in order to help students regulate their bodies and sensory systems.

30 sensory strategies for younger kids in the classroom!

Paying Attention: 30 Sensory Strategies

30 Sensory Strategies to Help Kids Pay Attention - Some children who experience difficulty with paying attention may need less sensory input because they become distracted or overwhelmed by certain sensory experiences. However, many children are better ab

How to Make a Crash Pad | The Sensory Spectrum

How to Make a Crash Pad

Sensory Stimulation A sensory crash mat is a crash mat that can be used like a bean bag to increase sensory input. Here's how to make one!

Ultimate Guide to Sensory Toys and Products for Kids | The Sensory Spectrum

Ultimate Guide to Sensory Toys and Tools for Kids

Here is an Ultimate Guide to Sensory Toys and Products for Kids! Great ideas for incorporating sensory motor skills activities, sensory integration, plus use them at home and school!

Sensory TheraPLAY Box is the monthly sensory toy subscription box made for children with autism and those with sensory needs. All items are selected by a licensed occupational therapist.

Sensory TheraPLAY Box is the monthly sensory toy subscription box made for children with autism and those with sensory needs. All items are selected by a licensed occupational therapist.

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Torres con rollos de papel higiénico - It isn't in English, but you can see it all in the pictures.

15 Animal Walks for Sensory Diet | Love these indoor kids exercises for getting kids moving and encouraging pretend play!

15 Animal Walks for Sensory Input

Get some carpet dollies or champion scooter boards with handles and make this happen. You can use bungies or ropes to pull them back after they have collected as many balloons as possible. Kids will never forget this. Idea from Thomas Mark Olsen via Facebook. View original post on our @YouthMinistryIdeas Instagram account Other …

HUNGRY HUMAN HIPPOS Get some carpet dollies or champion scooter boards with handles and make this happen. You can use bungies or ropes to pull them back after they have collected as many balloons as possible.

Kids can use these DIY fidget toys to help with attention and sensory needs in the classroom or at home.

DIY Fidget Toys

Kids can use these DIY fidget toys to help with attention and sensory needs in the classroom or at home.Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

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