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Fall Sensory Ideas

Fall Sensory Ideas Some kids need sensory input to help them get used to touching and feeling things that are a little uncomfortable. These kids are sensory defensive. This is training their sensory systems to modulate these feelings so they can function better in more environments. Some kids need sensory input because they are sensory seeking. They need extra input to help calm and regulate their bodies. Read More

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Oral Sensory Seeking

Do you have a kiddo that chews on lots of things like pencils, sleeves or shirt collars? Maybe your child grinds his or her teeth. Oral sensory input can help a child who likes to chew. Remember- babies and young toddlers are supposed to be mouthing objects! As a child gets older than 3 years old, mouthing is no longer functional. Read More

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Messy Play- It does a kid good!

Messy play is important for young children, giving them endless ways to develop and learn. All types of play are essential for children’s development and early learning. Play helps children to develop and improve their gross and fine motor skills, co-ordination and concentration. Also how to work cooperatively and collaboratively, use all their senses to discover and explore their environment, and develop their imagination, creative thinking and ability to problem solve and experiment with solutions. Read More

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