Ina Potgieter

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I absolutely love these mazes!  And so do the boys.  Carlee from Ladybird Ln recently shared the tutorial during One For The Boys {scroll down for more amazing guest posts and boy projects!}  This is the perfect project for the person who is just learning to sew.  I used a straight stitch to create the maze pattern and frame.  …

Work the enclosed marble from corner to corner in the soft fabric maze. Perfect quiet activity for kiddos who need something to do with their hands at the start of rest time.

Lil' Wally the Weighted Worm. Small size to place around your child's neck/shoulders for CALMING sensation! Leg warmers filled with rice! SOOOO cute and VERY effective!

Alternative to the lap pads I've made.Lil' Wally the Weighted Worm. Small size to place around your child's neck/shoulders for CALMING sensation! Leg warmers filled with rice! SOOOO cute and VERY effective!

How to Make a Duct Tape Endless Cube - Fun fidget toy. This cube changes shape endlessly.

Here’s a fun craft project for kids, and it’s a great fidget toy too! Use wooden cubes and duct tape to make an endless cube that transforms shape again and again. It’s fun to watch and addicting to play with – for any age! Assembling this project take

Fidget Toy Marble Worm Fidget by TheFidgetyFlower on Etsy

Fidget Toy Marble Worm Fidget by TheFidgetyFlower on EtsyTap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

Fidgets Zipper Bracelets I think these would suit those older children who might be self conscious if given a 'toy'

Fully functional zippers that you wear around your wrist! Zipper Bracelets are a favorite for classrooms and meetings. Aside from being quiet they make an attractive and unique fashion accessory.

Kids with ADHD NEED to move. Use these classroom-friendly fidget toys for ADHD to help them concentrate and focus in the classroom and at home.

Kids with ADHD NEED to move. Use these classroom-friendly fidget toys for ADHD to help them concentrate and focus in the classroom and at home. Tap the link to check out sensory toys!

Sensory bottles. My students always enjoyed these. They are great for kids with special needs as well.

Sensory bottles are a fun and easy craft for you and your child to make at home. This craft will require adult hands and close supervision to create. We have about a dozen sensory bottles in our classroom. The children really enjoy playing with them.

Learn how to make slime for kids. This diy calming slime works so well to calm nervous or anxious children. Homemade slime is very simple. Once you know how to make slime with glue, diy slime will be a breeze!

Learn how to make slime for kids. This diy calming slime works so well to calm nervous or anxious children. Homemade slime is very simple. Once you know how to make slime with glue, diy slime will be a breeze!