Tag Archives: Sensory

Dyed Chick Peas Sensory Play

[Source: The Imagination Tree] I love sensory play and especially enjoy the satisfaction of making sensory bin fillers which can be stored and re-used for months and years to come! Making some dyed chick peas for sensory play has been … Continue reading

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Glow in the Dark Play Rice

[Source:  Growing a Jeweled Rose] We set out on a mission last week and had lots of fun coming up with all sorts of new play times that glow. This glow-in-the-dark NEON rice was easy to make and tons of fun! Learn … Continue reading

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Autism Corner: Sensory Meltdowns in Kids on the Autism Spectrum

[Source: My Aspergers Child] “Why is my autistic (high functioning) son so sooo sensitive to certain clothing? He refuses to wear jeans and doesn’t like certain shoes and socks. I’ve made the mistake of forcing him to wear some of … Continue reading

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Coloring on Sandpaper Activity for Toddlers

[Source:  I Can Teach My Child] It’s Day 4 of our 31 Days of Indoor Fun for Toddlers challenge!  This Coloring on Sandpaper Activity for Toddlers might seem like an odd activity, but it serves a variety of purposes. First … Continue reading

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Great Sensory Activity / Treat for the Holidays! – Ziploc Fudge!

Editor’s Note:   Here is a terrific activity for following directions, sensory, and hand strengthening!  Not to mention easy and yummy!! [Source:  Kidsactivitiesblog.com] Ziploc Fudge in a baggie is one of my favorite treats to make because it is just … Continue reading

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