MAKE IN GROUP FOR SELF-SOOTHE BOX Ideas for various squishy balloons. If E could take a walk outside with an adult and fidget with one of these, would it be enough to help him reset? Also, how about a matching activity where he would guess what is inside?
Learn how to make your own sensory stress balls using polymer beads and balloons. Kids can have so much fun with this activity and experiment with different colors! (Or it can be a stress ball, have you ever thoung of that)
sensory balloon with matching cards. great for teaching 5 senses to preschoolers or keeping toddler hands busy! Except make balloons all one color, or else they'd memorize the color rather than rely on senses to determine contents.
Make your own sensory fidget toy. Have your kids blow up a balloon a few times to stretch it out (while also working on oral motor strengthening, breath control and core activation! Using a funnel, fill up the balloon with corn starch and tie a knot in
This easy DIY game is great for preschoolers, elementary kids & teenagers -- perfect for birthday parties, backyard or carnival games & can be used in your classroom science area. (Halloween Crafts For Teenagers)