26 Sensory Processing Disorder Activities | Looking for portable games, activities, and toys to support your child’s sensory needs at home, in therapy and in the classroom? Perfect for toddlers, school-aged kids, tweens and teens, these ideas will help parents, special needs teachers, and therapists of children with SPD and autism with exposure therapy in a fun and non-threatening way. #sensoryprocessingdisorder #sensoryprocessingdisorderactivities #SPD #specialneeds #specialneedsactivities
I'm going to share a little information on daily activities that you can do with your children to give them more proprioceptive input which can help tremendously with sensory seeking behavior. Also, take some time to read how you can improve emotional regulation in 7 minutes per day which includes tons of proprioceptive input activities.
Here is a fun twist on painting that will also encourage strengthening of the core muscles. Hang up some paper on the wall. We hung it up on some cardboard in case the kids paint off the paper. Put some paint on a tray. The child can lay of the floor on his/her back. To …
Get Out and Play Activity Circuit and Reward Tracker - encourage your kids to spend more time outside with this fun circuit. You can establish rewards and track their activity too! A great way to motivate kids to get some exercise and fresh air and earn their screen time through fitness.
These toddler indoor activities are the perfect solution when you cannot get outside. Fun ideas that engage young children at school and at home! Free printable list to go with activities in the post. #printable #toddlers #toddleractivities #busytoddlers #indoors #AGE2 #teaching2and3yearolds