Changing clothes for the seasons can be difficult for children with autism and sensory processing disorder. We offer tips for families, therapists, educators and a helpful matching game that adds fun to function.
Here’s a fun summer activity that kids will love! The bonus is you can use your alligator to hang drawings up on the refer. If you want to challenge your child, print out the photos and ask kids to place them in order to work on sequencing. Also fun is to see what other animals […]
No one likes cleaning but when families complete activities together, fun memories can be made. Kids need to learn life skills and our free printable gives a visual checklist of what needs to be done. Building proprioceptive activities into cleaning keeps muscles strong and provides valuable sensory input. Sweeping and mopping floors provides instant gratification […]
Spring break is great for vacations and relaxing, but it can also be a good recipe for cabin-fever! Here’s another colorful activity to keep little hands busy and work on executive function. Most of the materials are easy to find around the house. As for the popsicle sticks, you can buy a bag of them, […]
I love spring and eating Peeps candy. The best thing about today’s sensory activity is that you can play with this fun dough that engages multiple senses including tactile, smell, and taste. Easter Peeps Sensory Play Dough is also awesome because it’s colorful and kids of all ages love it. Ingredients: 4 Peeps Marshmallows […]
Spring break is almost here and our children are going to be looking for fun activities to keep them busy and get the wiggles out. Our spring break activities are Pocket Occupational Therapist approved. Join in with the kids and have fun! We commonly use beach balls in our clinic. They are “slower moving” since they are […]