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Fun Indoor Sensory Activities, Part 7

Focus on fun When your child is ready for calmer activities, suggest playing a reasoning game (that improves focus and concentration), such as: I spy “I spy” is a guessing game where the players take turns being the Spy, or &ldqu..

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Fun Indoor Sensory Activities, Part 6

Fun Indoor Sensory Activities Put on your game face Have fun, be silly, expend excess energy in a positive way. Also improve gross motor skills and hand-eye coordination – A win-win situation! Here are some ideas for fun at-home games. ..

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Fun Indoor Sensory Activities, Part 5

Fun Indoor Sensory Activities Cutting corners — and other shapes too: crafts that utilize scissor skills Here are ideas for some classic projects that put your child’s growing familiarity with scissor skills to good use: Drinki..

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Fun Indoor Sensory Activities, Part 4

Fun Indoor Sensory Activities A cut above The cutting process itself is highly satisfying for children, and once they can manipulate scissors, it opens up so many different projects they can have a good time doing. It’s also a super senso..

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Fun Indoor Sensory Activities, Part 3

Fun Indoor Sensory Activities All hands on deck for hands-on fun Wet, squishy, colorful sensory activities increase your child’s tactile awareness/processing — and are endlessly entertaining, with all that mixing, swirling and squ..

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Fun Indoor Sensory Activities, Part 2

Creating found art and recycled art Found art is art made with ordinary objects, and recycled art is art made out of discarded materials and trash. Found art challenges the concept of what constitutes art; recycled art is about repurposing and reu..

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Fun Indoor Sensory Activities, Part 1

Fun Indoor Sensory Activities Inside is the new outside Even as quarantine restrictions lift, there are still going to be times when it’s not practical to be out and about. Too many people. Too many raindrops. Too much sun. Too much humid..

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Easing Transitions for Sensory Children, part six

Easing Transitions for Sensory Children Strategies to solve sticky situations, part six In conclusion: Compliment and congratulate “Positive reinforcement is extremely powerful.” — B. F. Skinner   In this post, we&rsqu..

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Easing Transitions for Sensory Children, part five

Easing Transitions for Sensory Children Strategies to solve sticky situations, part five Returning to the discussion about easing transitions for our children Eventually we will resume life that is, if not precisely what we were used to, a &ldq..

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Surviving Quarantine with Your Sensory Children, part two

Surviving Quarantine with Your Sensory Children: A Parents’ Guide, part two of two Do the best you can with what you’ve got In the last post, we talked about how your child is feeling disoriented, upset, scared. Well, so are you &md..

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