Tag Archives: Sensory Processing

SPD Corner: Sensory Processing: Assessment & Intervention Strategies

[Source: Best Practice Autism] Unusual sensory responses (i.e., sensory over-responsivity, sensory under-responsivity, and sensory seeking) are relatively common in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Sensory issues are now included in the DSM-5 ASD symptom criteria for restricted, repetitive patterns … Continue reading


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Leaf Printing Art

[Source: The Imagination Tree] Printing is one of my most favorite art forms, along with collage and sculpture. I love how you can take simple household items, cut fruit and vegetables and many items from nature and use them print … Continue reading


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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 Tub With A Twist: DIY Matching Game

[Source: Hands on As We Grow] Use your child’s current interests or keep their needs in mind and add some fun to their learning. My kindergartner is really into numbers and number recognition lately. I focused on numbers one through seven for … Continue reading


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Sensory Corner: The 10 Best Benefits of Sensory Swings

[Source:  Friendship Circle] From the time they are in utero, kids’ bodies and brains are developing from the movement they experience. Whether it’s flipping around in amniotic fluid, toddling around as a new walker, jumping on a trampoline, or swinging … Continue reading


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