Developed by a pediatric occupational therapist, this product has descriptions of 30+ activity ideas for sensory processing that are perfect for summer time!
Print this out and hang it on the fridge, the school bulletin board, and give to caregivers to try at home!
This handout also lists the type of sensory input activities are particularly good for, such as:
- vestibular input
- oral motor input
- proprioceptive input
- tactile input
- visual input
- auditory input
Lists of creative ways to try activities outside, inside, at the park, or at recess for children who have sensory processing difficulties.
This resource is a perfect handout for:
- summer camp counselors
Includes a section of calming activities to help children transition back to focused, more structured routines after all the sensory fun.
This product and additional resources are created by The Amazing OT.