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Balance Activities For Kids To Aid Vestibular Input

The sensory system known as the vestibular system is responsible for spatial awareness or where are body is related to space.  This ‘balance’ system is a critical part of a child development that first begins in the womb. Even though this sensory system is present at birth, children still need help to develop it as …

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How To Create A Christmas Sensory Bin

It’s no secret now, we love sensory activities!  Any type of sensory experience is an intricate part to my child’s like due to autism and sensory processing disorder.  But with sensory play, I am always trying to find new and easy activities to include in my children’s daily schedule.   Giving my oldest son the sensory …

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5 Activities For Learning Colors With Play Scarves

Play scarves provide a useful and inexpensive tool for learning colors. Bright colors and fluid movement of play scarves keep toddlers and preschoolers engaged and make learning new things fun. Although scarves increase hand-eye coordination, fine and gross motor skills they also teach children basic learning skills including number counting, colors, movement, cause, and effect. …

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Best Activities And Toys To Improve Pencil Grasp

Between speech, language, and gross motor development, many children can fall behind with fine motor skills. One area of fine motor skills some children struggle with is the pencil grasp. A pencil grasp develops overtime and helps a child learn proper handwriting skills with pen, pencil, crayons, and markers. With this particular grasp writing skills …

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