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This is the boom card deck you need that allows students to use and explore different SEATED movement breaks to help their bodies be ready to learn. THERE IS NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED! These exercises are focused on proprioceptive input (ie: give yourself a hug, stretches, push hands together etc). After
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PreK - 3rd
This ZIPPED file includes 13 of my sensory motor / self regulation downloads for 170+ pages. This will continue to be updated as appropriate, so get yours now to enjoy additional files! TOOL: 31 questions to determine if SENSORY is function of behavior25 questions for kids to self evaluate SENSORY
This is the boom card deck you need that allows students to use and explore different sensory processing / movement breaks to help their bodies be ready to learn. THERE IS NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED! These exercises are focused on proprioceptive input (ie: give yourself a hug, yoga poses, push hands togeth
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PreK - 3rd
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR INTERACTIVE MOTOR STATIONS, MOVEMENT OF THE WEEK PROGRAM, and THINGS TO COMPLEMENT YOUR SENSORY PATHWAYS FOR YOUR STUDENTS, THAT YOU CAN DO ALL YEAR LONG? This bundle features ALL of my motor room stations and my movement of the week program. This includes general motor stations,
This 32 page program explores the following key topics as well as provides recommended strategies to build upon each of the key areas. These areas include:- Bilateral co-ordination- Motor planning- Body awareness- Kinesthesia activities- Sequencing and co-ordination- Motor planning- Crossing the mi
SPRING MOTOR ROOM: These are the visuals you need for a spring motor room! This focuses MOSTLY on bunnies / eggs / baskets but also includes other animals / objects of spring (butterfly, kites, puddles, umbrella, rain drops).Pages 3 – 11 are focused on specific action (ie: flap your arms like a bird
This bundle features all of my sensory processing/self regulation and problem solving resources! This includes 32 of my top selling resources that address sensory processing / self regulation and are perfect for problem solving with teachers & staff. This bundle includes visuals, strategies, han
This quick and customizable sensory profile is the exact resource busy OT’s have been looking for! Simply check the boxes that apply to your student, add in the student’s strengths, interests, and supports, and pass it along to their teacher. This sensory profile template will help create open commu
This is the resource you need for VISUALS, TOKEN BOARDS, VISUAL SCHEDULE for special education classrooms, occupational therapy, visuals for self care, gross motor, fine / visual motor, sensory diet / sensory processing, and behavior. This resource is packed with:Printable visual schedule boards for
This program has been developed to provide parents, carers and teachers to understand sensory needs as well as provide various sensory activities for implementation across home and school environments. This program has been developed collaboratively by an Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist and
Parents, teachers, and OT's can use this resource to help kids improve sensory processing skills. Designed by an occupational therapist, SUMMER EXPLORER presents 8 sensory activities in the areas of noise, touch, and smell. It is for all children, pre-k through first grade, though older kids benefit
Several ways for students to make a sensory choice for a break or as part of therapy session. Use the visual supports included, add Boardmaker pictures or your own photos to the templates. Templates fit 1 1/4 inch by 1 1/4 inch pictures. Two styles of boards included one with space to Velcro choi
Sensory Path Information & BenefitsOccupational TherapyMovement Break
Do you have trouble explaining sensory processing to parents? Do you need help showing parents how their child's sensory processing difficulties may impact their days? Do you need activity ideas to target specific sensory systems?This resource has everything you need to feel confident explaining s
Hi there & welcome to Life Happens, Visuals Help! Six Sensory Activities for @ Home is great to use with parents as a distance learning resource! These can be viewed in the preview. The purpose of these materials is to provide resources for parents who want to carry over occupational therapy act
The Effective Sensory Integration Session Planbook digital document provides step by step guidance to plan and reflect on effective sensory integration sessions.  Whether you are a seasoned pediatric therapist or a beginner, it is important to always be prepared and to reflect on your sensory integr
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This product was created to assist teachers and therapists screen children in primary grades (K-3rd), and determine the need for further evaluation in the area of Sensory Processing in the classroom . This PDF can be emailed to teachers or printed. Packet includes: Teacher ScreenerData Collection T
The sensory system as a whole can certainly be a complex area for therapists to treat and for parents/caregivers/teachers/other team members to fully understand. This handout serves as a simple blueprint for understanding, determining and tracking a child's sensory needs in a way that is organized f
This interactive repetitive book includes 12 pages containing the carrier phrase "I like/don't like" + sensory equipment. This book can be used in a variety of ways both in the classroom and in therapeutic settings. It helps students:* build vocabulary (sensory equipment)* use carrier phrases to in
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PreK - 3rd, Not Grade Specific
Download this free printable to help you organize your clinical observations during a sensory integration assessment. It is divided into tactile processing, proprioceptive processing, and vestibular processing so that you can more clearly see what sensory system is impacted the most.
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A free informational printable on simple sensory strategies to use for students in the classroom.
Template for creating a sensory diet for children with sensory processing disorder and/or other sensory, behavioral or self regulation/emotional challenges.Includes directions for parents/caregivers to track behaviors/challenges.
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Not Grade Specific
Sensory Visual Recipes for Special EducationThese recipes are NOT edible. They are great for practicing the life skills of following a recipe, measuring, mixing, pouring, kneading, sequencing, and identifying cooking supplies. Great for classrooms that do not allow food. The best part? They double a
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Take your sensory integration to the next level by letting your students make their own sensory items for the classroom.Why should I have my students make these?Simple sensory experiments with clear, REAL photographs for each step make sensory experiments easy and fun for every student. By showing t

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