Tag Archives: Sensory

Sensory Corner: Fun with Ice and Water

[Source:  No Time for Flashcards] It’s hot here ( for us that means it’s in the low 80s) and  all I want to do when it gets warm is cool off with some fun ice and water activities. I don’t … Continue reading

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Easy At Home – Celery Flower Stamping Craft

[Source:  Crafty Morning] I love this craft! It’s very cheap to make (a stalk of celery is usually around $1 at the grocery store) and FUN for the kids!  You will need a celery stalk, paper, knife, and paint to … Continue reading

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Sensory Corner: DIY Ways to Meet a Child’s Sensory Needs at Home

Editor’s Note:  Written for parents and guardians, this article is an excellent one to share with your client families. [Source: Edutopia] Occupational therapists and trauma-informed teachers weigh in on how to create sensory tools and spaces with what you have … Continue reading

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Sensory Play: At Home! Shaving Cream Tracks

[Source:   Your Therapy Source] Shaving Cream Tracks is a fun activity to set up that encourages fine motor skills, tactile input and crossing midline.  You will need plates, toy cars and shaving cream for this activity.  This idea is … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Touch, Feel and Sort Halloween Friends

[Source: Miss Mancy’s Blog] Halloween is a great time to push children’s sensory boundaries! There are so many gooey, gross activities you can do with them. I like to start with something simple that may feel a little odd to … Continue reading

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