Over 80 amazing proprioceptive activities that provide powerful and lasting proprioceptive input. These simple ideas can be used quickly to calm, focus, alert. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!
DIY Sensory Blocks - a wonderful sensory toy for your little one, but wouldn't they be GREAT in speech therapy? Close your eyes, touch, now describe how it feels. Use your best vocabulary words for d (Diy Baby Toys)
Children choose a letter out of a bucket and dab it with a bingo marker. (Different colour for each letter.) Good for letter recognition. Do something similar with numbers 1 through 10 or Can add pictures for sound recognition also
This free printable busy bag for preschoolers is a fun way to set the foundation for other math concepts like area and perimeter. Have the kids guess how many blocks will fit in the shadow, counting, and more! Comes with free printable task cards and is e
MAKE IN GROUP FOR SELF-SOOTHE BOX Ideas for various squishy balloons. If E could take a walk outside with an adult and fidget with one of these, would it be enough to help him reset? Also, how about a matching activity where he would guess what is inside?
Ice Cream Numbers - preschool summer math that explores fine motor skills, counting, one-to-one correspondence, and more early math skills Mehr zur Mathematik und Lernen allgemein unter zentral-lernen.
Peg the dot number counting cards with free printable for kids to use and help develop mathematical concepts. Counting, numbers and ordering as well as developing fine motor skills and 1 to 1 correspondence.