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Over 35 heavy work activities for kids, toddlers, and preschoolers that are designed to help calm and improve attention. Many of these activities can be done through natural activities your child is already doing!

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Laura Waren
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Heavy work has been used to help calm and stimulate students with sensory needs for years! You are probably already using some heavy work activities and you might not even realize it! So what is heavy work? Heavy work is an activity that either pushes or pulls against the body and provides the muscles and joints with input. Heavy work activities can be beneficial to EVERY student but can be particularly helpful for students with sensory processing needs. Heavy work can help students feel…

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lynette cooper
Discover the benefits of heavy work centers in your special education classroom. From muscle development to sensory integration, heavy work centers can be beneficial to all students in a special education classroom. On this post, you’ll learn everything you need to know about heavy work centers including what they are, how to set up a heavy work center, what to put in a heavy work center, and how they can benefit your special education students. Learn more here. Life Skills Special Education, Teaching Special Education, Special Education Organization, Elementary Special Education Activities, Special Education Elementary, Special Educational Needs, Teaching Tips, Special Education Classroom, Special Education Students

Discover the benefits of heavy work centers in your special education classroom. From muscle development to sensory integration, heavy work centers can be beneficial to all students in a special education classroom. On this post, you’ll learn everything you need to know about heavy work centers including what they are, how to set up a heavy work center, what to put in a heavy work center, and how they can benefit your special education students. Learn more here.

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Mrs. D's Corner | Special Education Teacher + IEP Coach
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🔥 Unleash the power of HEAVY WORK! 💪 Check out these 35 fun & effective activities to regulate your toddler and bring harmony back to your life! Say goodbye to meltdowns and hello to calm, confident kiddos!

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Tina Matteo
32 Heavy Work Activities for Kids | If you’re looking for proprioceptive activities to help your child with body awareness, self-regulation, and focus at school, at home, or in Occupational Therapy, these fun and engaging gross motor activities are a great place to start! Engaging students in regular brain breaks can help make learning easier, making this list a great tool for teachers and parents of kids of all ages and abilities. #heavywork #sensoryprocessingdisorder #proprioception Developmental Delays, Sensory Activities, Parents, Adhd, Ideas, Activities For Kids, Sensory Integration, Sensory Therapy, Sensory Processing

32 Heavy Work Activities for Kids | If you’re looking for proprioceptive activities to help your child with body awareness, self-regulation, and focus at school, at home, or in Occupational Therapy, these fun and engaging gross motor activities are a great place to start! Engaging students in regular brain breaks can help make learning easier, making this list a great tool for teachers and parents of kids of all ages and abilities. #heavywork #sensoryprocessingdisorder #proprioception

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Kellie O'Connor