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Sensory Ideas

Here you will find a variety of unique ideas and activities to help meet a child's sensory needs.




Balloon Rocket
Bead Balloon
Bean Bucket
Bean Tub
Blank Sensory Choice Chart
Blowing Paint
Body Part Eraser
Body Wheelbarrow
Brain Dance
Bubble Cup
Bubble Paint
Cotton Ball Races
Cotton Ball Roundup
Creating a Hideout for Sensory Calming
Deep Pressure With Lotion
Fabric Tactile Squares
Fidget Suggestions
Flour Balloon Fidget
Footprint Ghost and Bat
"Frozen" Baking Soda Dough
Fun With Feathers
Fun With Paintbrushes
Halloween Sensory Ideas
Heavy Work Sensory Activities
I Spy Bottle
Instant Snow
Kool-Aid Play Dough
Marble Fun with Home Materials
Messenger as a Sensory Break
Mint and Glitter Play Dough
Pudding Paint
Puffy Paint
Puffy Paint Pumpkins
Puffy Snowman
Sandpaper Art
Seat Fidgets
Sensory Activities
Sensory Bear Hunt
Sensory Bottles
Sensory Fun With Water
Sensory Ghost Story
Shaving Cream for the Feet
Shaving Cream Fun
Sidewalk Chalk Spray
Squiggle Paint
Squirt and Splatter
The 12 Days of Sensory
Using a Ball for Deep Pressure
Using a Sensory Chart
Water Balloon Yo-yo
Wax Paper Skating
Weighted Stuffed Animal
Wobbly Balloon Ball

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Palmerton, PA

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Calgary, AB Canada

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Burlington, AB Canada

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I am a speech pathologist who works with children with severe autism at one of the elementary schools I'm assigned to.  I can't wait to find creative ideas and lessons to use with my students!  I was running out of ideas so I  can tell that your website will help rejuvenate me. 
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Aliso Viejo, CA

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