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I'm going to share a little information on daily activities that you can do with your children to give them more proprioceptive input which can help tremendously with sensory seeking behavior. Also, take some time to read how you can improve emotional regulation in 7 minutes per day which includes tons of proprioceptive input activities.
Size: Layout varies – suggestions shown are approximately 25-45 feet each side. Head outdoors and get some exercise with this amazing, versatile activity stencil set. This stencil set can be applied in endless configurations to suit your play area. Nature-themed graphics encourage kids to jump, tip toe, crab crawl, march, step and walk a tightrope - all exercises that can strengthen gross motor skills while having fun. This stencil set is great for the playground, gymnasium, camp or health f...
For years, we’ve received many requests to transform our activities into indoor, stick-on floor graphics or decals and we are finally doing it! Bring active play anywhere with this indoor set of stickers. These permanently adhered stickers are perfect for hallways, classrooms, brain breaks, before and after-school programs and active learning spaces. Developed with occupational therapists and physical educators.
26 Proprioceptive Exercises for Kids | If you’re looking for sensory integration activities for kids with autism and sensory processing disorder, we’re sharing our favorite occupational therapy approved ideas that are perfect for at home, in the classroom and the school playground, and beyond. Perfect for teaching and developing motor skills in children, these proprioceptive activities feel more like play than work! #autism #SPD #sensoryprocessingdisorder #proprioception #proprioceptioninput
Need calming strategies for kids and autism meltdowns? I’m sharing 50 ideas for kids with autism, ADHD, and other special needs deal with anger management issues and help calm autism meltdowns. These activities help kids with self-regulation and work for both parents and teachers! These calming tools work at home, in the classroom, or in the car! My son has autism and these ideas help him through tantrums and meltdowns! Learn how to deal with autism & meltdowns here! #ASD #autism #SPD