28 colorful cards with exercises specifically designed for children to cross the midline (such as touching opposite toes) or get deep pressure (such as stomping) which have proven to calm some children and improve concentration, focus, memory, behavior and attitude.
It is important to have wiggle and sensory breaks throughout your day when working with young children or children with disabilities. You might find that increasing the wiggle break frequency to a quick one every 5-10 minutes can help significantly reduce negative behavior for some kids.
Print on cardstock and laminate with heavy film for durability. You can punch a hole in the corner and put on a ring, keep in a deck or use on a selection/display board. Letting your child with behavior problems choose the next exercise to do can be very motivating to him/her.