Make a sensory walk with cutting boards and lots and lots of hot glue!
Quiet activities for two year olds - cotton swab and can
Sensory Steps. Just glue plastic, wash clothes, make-up sponges, fur fabric, squishy wash netting, etc to cardboard. When it dries, cut around edges. Glue shelf liner on the other side. And you are done. Enjoy hours of activities!
APRENDE JUGANDO CON PETRA: ESTIMULACIÓN DE LA PLANTA DE LOS PIES
The Imagination Tree: Count and Sort Posting Box Maths Game
Love this #workbasket. Thanks for linking up! #Repost @simplyspecialed with @repostapp. ・・・ Threw together a quick new fine motor/ sorting task box for #workbasketwednesday with @autismclassroomnews ! It's amazing what you can make with stuff already arou
¿Quién no ha visto a los niños abriendo y cerrando puertas, sacando y metiendo ropa del cajón incluso bajando y subiendo cierres?. Los bebés nacen con una habilidad innata para agarrar objetos, pero necesitan al menos un año para desarrollar la coordinación necesaria que les permita tomar y sujetar cosas en sus manos con seguridad, más… Lee más »
Create your own tactile vest for learners with visual impairments and significant multiple disabilities!
These are our favorite tactile books for kids who are blind and they go way beyond the simple touch-and-feel books!
According to LiveStrong.com, flexibility is a vital element of physical fitness that everyone should work on. It’s something that you can benefit from now as a pageant competitor and later on in life as your body starts to age. Stretching is also a great way for you to wind down after your workout and relax your tired muscles. If you’re ready to start increasing your flexibility, then add these eight relaxing yoga moves into your post workout routine at least three times a week. You’ll start…