Sensory Play

A sandbox is my favorite form of sensory play. I especially love it for my kiddos with Sensory Processing Disorder! Just the fact that they are touching it, is therapy enough!! Pair it with favorite toys to turn the experience into a positive one. Change the type of textures; you can use water, shaving cream, beads, pom-poms, waterContinue reading “Sensory Play”

Sensory Play & Spoon Feeding

Over the holidays, I cleaned out my craft room. I was about to throw away some perler beads when I realized I can use them for sensory play. A mom had mentioned to me that her son was not using a spoon to eat. So I’ve combined his favorite things (pegs, nesting cups, and animals)Continue reading “Sensory Play & Spoon Feeding”