Cozy cove for children that want to be in their own space. Cardboard box. Photo taken by Ray C.

Cozy cove for children that want to be in their own space. Cardboard box. Photo taken by Ray C.

Items to Include in  in a Sensory Room or Play room for child with sensory processing disorder.

9 Things to Include in Your Sensory Room

Items to Include in in a Sensory Room or Play room for child with sensory processing disorder.

DIY Sensory seating Idea- this diy seat was created for students who may have difficulty processing information from their senses and from the world around them. Tennis balls on the seat and backrest provide an alternative texture to improve sensory regulation. Students with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, sensory processing disorder, etc. may benefit from this seating option."

DIY Sensory seating Idea- this diy seat was created for students who may have difficulty processing information from their senses and from the world around them. Tennis balls on the seat and backrest provide an alternative texture to improve sensory regulation. Students with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, sensory processing disorder, etc. may benefit from this seating option."

Sensory pods for your sensory room. These would make a great calm down area for kids, great for autism (asd) or even as a reading nook

Pods Play Sensory Play Environments

Sensory pods for your sensory room. These would make a great calm down area for kids, great for autism (asd) or even as a reading nook

Proprioception activities such as heavy work have been shown to improve attention and concentration, improve body awareness, and regulate arousal levels. Heavy work can be calming for students with autism or sensory regulation difficulties.The activities on this poster are specifically designed so that they can be implemented in a sensory room or therapy room.

Pressure Poster- Sensory/Therapy Room

Proprioception activities such as heavy work have been shown to improve attention and concentration, improve body awareness, and regulate arousal levels. Heavy work can be calming for students with autism or sensory regulation difficulties.The activities on this poster are specifically designed so that they can be implemented in a sensory room or therapy room.

How to make a DIY no sew crash mat for kids - great for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder! from And Next Comes L

DIY No Sew Crash Mat {Sensory Hack for Kids}

How to make a DIY no sew crash mat for kids - great for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder! from And Next Comes L

Photo uploaded by Erica Duncan Sensory Repin by Gail Zahtz- a great DIY sensory project for any age or budget in even a tiny space.

Photo uploaded by Erica Duncan Sensory Repin by Gail Zahtz- a great DIY sensory project for any age or budget in even a tiny space.

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