Tactile Toys: Toys for Sensory Defensiveness and Tactile Stimulation | ilslearningcorner.com
Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Bead box for sensory input and kids with Autism
Exploring her Box of Sensory Balls - this was a good activity - we played catch, ball toss in basket.
Dish Soap Silly Putty...a super fun sensory activity that can be made in 5 minutes with 2 ingredients!
Box Of Balls - sensory stimulation for Alzheimer's
ADHD, Dyscalculia (general mathematical problems), dysgraphia (writing difficulties), dyspraxia (motor skills problems), dyslexia (reading disorder), Gerstmann's Syndrome (often after a stroke or brain injury) - signs to look out for in children
Getting Messy With Ms. Jessi: Ideas for Hands-On Exploration of The Five Senses
Texture man! Cute for sensory stimulation and tactile defensiveness #textureaversion #sensory
Silent classroom fidgets--for your students who need to play with something during class to help them focus
At home daycare idea