Can you spot the signs that a student is seeking or avoiding sensory input, or experiencing sensory overload? These two posters help you to recognize and remember these signs so you can reduce sensory input, offer supports or provide alternate sources of sensory input to avoid overload, classroom disruptions and shutdowns.
This freebie has two posters that will help you to recognize and remember the signs of sensory seeking, avoiding and overload.
Where can I get more info?
For more tips on understanding and helping kids with sensory needs (especially autism), visit Snagglebox.com!