Tag Archives: Sensory Processing

Sensory Corner: Strategies for Wearing Masks during the Pandemic

[Source: Sensory Smarts] by Lindsey Biel The COVID-19 pandemic is disorienting and scary for all of us. It has been a marvel for me as an occupational therapist to see how well so many of my clients —children, teens, and … Continue reading


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Bugs in the Muck Sensory Play

[Source:  No Time for Flashcards] Sensory play is such a wonderful way to engage in hands-on, experiential learning with kids. By using all of the senses, as they will do in this bugs in muck activity, children are better able … Continue reading


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Easy at Home Mandarin Orange Playdough and PreWriting Line Paths

[Source: The PreSchool Toolbox] Pre-writing play is necessary for preschoolers as grow and develop. Pre-writing skills are fundamental to coloring, holding a pencil, writing, and drawing. Help encourage your own preschooler’s emerging skills this summer with a zesty Mandarin Orange … Continue reading


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Sensory Corner: Your Sensory Sensitive Kiddos Go Back to School!

By: Jackie Linder Olson Editor’s Note: This article is directed at parents, but would a a great resource to share with the caregivers for your sensory sensitive kiddos! It is time to go back to school, which can be both … Continue reading


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Sensory Corner: Sensory Smart Self-Care

[Source:  Sensory Smarts.com] by Lindsey Biel, MA, OTR/L When it comes to self-care tasks, as with everything sensory, you’ll need to analyze the underlying sensory challenges, determine what can and needs to be changed, and increase the ability to handle … Continue reading


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