Tag Archives: sensory

Halloween Sensory Fun

halloween sensory funGetting a little messy can allow kids to be more actively engaged in sessions. When they are having fun, students don’t always realize they are working on skills. Sensory activities help with this problem and allow us to focus us checking on their speech and language, fine motor, gross motor, or other therapy needs. Getting everyone busy with their hands allows mundane skill work to be more productive. When individuals may be shy to talk or share, giving them something to work out the nerves allows them to focus more. Halloween is the perfect time to implement some sensory fun for kids of all ages. Read More »

Celebrating and Gaining Independence

independence day activitiesRed, white, and blue celebrations are a big part of the start of summer. Everyone plans ways to head out and celebrate the day when the United States became free from British control. It is also a great opportunity to practice working on skills which will allow children to be more independent. Keeping it lighter and fun in the summer is crucial to making sure that kids will be engaged. Read More »

Hidden Signs of Spring

signs of springUsing the outdoors is a wonderful way to change things up when the weather cooperates. Spring is the perfect time to take sessions and lessons outside to work with individuals and small groups. Look around your school at the environment to see where you could spend some time. Playgrounds, picnic tables, walking paths, and anything else outdoors can be flexible if you are flexible. Read More »