Exactly what you have been looking for. Starting Sensory Therapy activities and stories to help you help your SPD child. Works on all areas of development but most especially social interactions.
Easy grip tiny stars are great for developing fine motor skills, imagination and constructive building.
Melissa & Doug Jumbo Knob Wooden Puzzle Encourages hand-eye, fine motor and visual perception skills.
The Audible Timer is great for developing motor skills, getting active and learning social sharing when used with others. Be creative and imaginative in free play.
Hands-on learning that’s easy, educational and fun! Colorful individual cards teach letter formation as children develop the fine motor skills necessary to learn to write. Twist, bend, or simply press down — no glue, no mess, and endlessly reusable! Buy Now or Read More >>
The Rainy Day Playground Indoor Trapeze Bar helps build muscle and gross motor skills indoors. This trapeze bar will provide stimulating and energetic play for many age groups.
Best Uses: Pocket Sized fidget offers instant sensory input and draws no attention to user.
Best Uses: A perennial favorite of parents, speech-language pathologists, and early interventionists, offers a plan for encouraging communication development through play and with 65 toys and toy dialogs it can show parent how to play purposefully.
Children up to 4 or 5 find lacing and tracing lots of fun. The bonus is that it also helps promote hand-eye coordination, fine motor, cognitive and visual perceptions skills. Buy Now or Read More >>
Best Uses: Features different textures and patterns on each stone. Improves color and concentration skills.