OT Corner: Indoor Ice Skates for Proprioception and Vestibular Sensory Play
[Source: Sugar Aunts]
Sometimes, you come across a play activity that provides many skill areas and is just plain old fun. These indoor ice skates proprioception and vestibular activity is one of those. Last year, we shared a bunch of winter sensory integration activities. This is on of those movement sensory ideas (that we’re just getting around to sharing this year!) Grab the calendar and all of the sensory ways to play this winter.
We played indoors one day and worked on proprioceptive input, vestibular input, crossing midline, visual scanning, motor planning, among other therapy areas, all with play.
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