Sensory Silliness

Welcome! This page will inspire you with activity ideas to help you and your little think outside the box when it comes to PLAY!

The GOAL: Activate the senses.
The PROCEDURE: Mess-making.
The RESULT: Lot’s of fun and laughs!

PLAY Posts:

Adaptations: Thriving with Special Needs
S.T.E.A.M. in the Kitchen
Cookie Fun
What Makes a Family

Use visuals as much as possible. This activity is matching pictures with 3D objects. You can get these picture cards by clicking here.

Include them in household activities, but make them FUN! For example, on recycling day we color boxes as we talk about the importance of recycling!

Make adaptations when necessary! Example: Wrap a marker in a wash cloth and rubber band if gripping is a challenge.


Visual Schedules: How to survive toddler meltown mode and teach flexibility successfully.

Building sensory routines to encourage sleep and reduce meltdowns.


If your child is newly diagnosed, we suggest you read our related posts by clicking the links below!

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