Ooey gooey textures have fascinated kids for generations. With the advent of new gooey products on the market and many DIY recipes, it's easier than ever to get your hands on some … [Read more...]
Shaving Cream Balloon Face
Your child will have a blast playing this game while utilizing their fine motor, visual perceptual, and sensory tactile skills! Add in some academic concepts and you have a learning … [Read more...]
Feed Your Need to Chew: Choose Chewies
When you feel nervous, what's your go-to stress relief? Biting your nails? Chewing gum? Gnawing on pen caps? Eating? If this sounds like you or your child, your actions may be saying … [Read more...]
Calming Cozy Cocoon
This calming cozy cocoon activity is as relaxing as it sounds, and is so incredibly easy to do that you may be kicking yourself for not having thought of it sooner. The concept of … [Read more...]
Help! My Child Can’t Sit Still!
Do you have children or students who are constantly fidgeting in their seats at school or at home? The child knows that he should be sitting still, but chances are, there's something … [Read more...]
Sensory Smart Treasure Hunt!
Reaching into a big bowl to find a "hidden treasure" is ever so tempting for many kids, so why not increase the educational value of this game so that it's a "sensory smart" treasure … [Read more...]
Multipurpose Dice Game
Are you looking for easy ways to sneak some more exercise and learning into your child's day? Look no further as this multipurpose dice game is a simple solution to get your child … [Read more...]
Smart Sensory Squirrel
Try making this adorable smart sensory squirrel with your child and let the learning experiences begin! This activity is perfect for the busy mom, teacher, or therapist … [Read more...]
What did the Piggy Eat?
This sensory based game called "What did the piggy eat" is sure to be a hit in any home or classroom! Children love games built upon silly concepts and this game is sure to make your … [Read more...]
Try out this activity that combines the best of gross motor and sensory play into one colorful, energetic game! By playing this game, your child will reap the benefits of exercise, … [Read more...]
Calming “Cookie Dough”
You probably don't associate the word "calming" with cookie dough, but after you try this activity, you will see why this "cookie dough" is very calming indeed. This activity works … [Read more...]
Identify Your Sensory Speed With a Self-Odometer
For a lot of kids, communicating how they are feeling, especially when they feel out of control is very difficult. Frustration on both the part of the child and parent/teacher only … [Read more...]