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Holly's Arts and Crafts Corner: DIY Project: Basement Bungee Swing

DIY sensory Body Sock tutorial. Great tool to help children with sensory integration difficulties calm and get the proprioceptive, stretchy input their bodies need!

Sensory overload... but few good texture sensory play ideas

from Fun-A-Day!

24 Sensory Bags for Engaging, Mess-Free Play

A collection of 24 awesome sensory bags for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers (and I bet older kiddos would like them too!)

from Our Crazy Adventures In Autismland

DIY Sensory Room On A Budget

Sensory rooms can cost a ton of money. See how one mom made one for daughter with autism on a budget.

from Growing Hands-On Kids

Creating a Sensory Room At Home {Introducing Achievement Products for Special Needs

Why creating a Sensory Room in your home is beneficial and what items to include. |

from Tiny Hands, Big Ideas

Sensory Bottles

Blue sensory bottle These could also be made in table toys. For additional resources come join us at:

DYI Fidget Ball: Put Play-Doh inside a balloon to make a little "stress ball" for fidgety hands. (Beans or rice are other options for filling the balloon.) #fidgetball

from And Next Comes L

25 Sensory Hacks for Kids for Vestibular & Proprioceptive Input

25 sensory hacks for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder from And Next Comes L

from Plain Vanilla Mom

Sensory Bottles for Little Ones

This activity falls in the Cognitive domain CD29. These sensory bottles can be used during quiet/nap times when your infant is not yet ready to sleep. Exploring these sensory bottles will provide cognitive growth and development in your infant.