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Circle Time Sitting

Perfect for Occupational Therapy month: What a pediatric occupational therapist wants teachers to know. This first installment of a six part series focuses on why children often struggle to sit still and how you can help solve the problem.

Proprioception Cheat Sheet-Sensory Processing Explained. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Proprioceptive Input: Sensory Processing Explained

Kathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies: Using Fidgets to Help with Attention and Sensory Issues

Do you need ideas for creating a fidget box for your classroom? Check out these 4 "must have" items to use for helping with attention and sensory issues. Excellent post with great ideas that are well explained!

love these sensory tools!  Perfec for the classroom or when you're on the go - keep fidgety kids active

Awesome Sensory Tools to Help Your Fidgety Kids in the Classroom

9 Awesome sensory tools to help your fidgety kids in the classroom. Tactile sensory input for students. Focus and calm while learning with sensory tools

Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective?  Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver! This is brilliant!

For teachers: Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver. (I like the "mystery student" idea too)

Printable Sensory Activity List

Printable Kids Sensory Activities List

Help manage behaviors for students with special needs and students with autism through the use of visual coping strategies

Calm Down Kit- 2nd Edition!

BEHAVIOR --------Calm Down Kit- behavioral and visual supports for students with special needs and autism. Calm Down Corner, Calm Down Area, Sensory Break

How to use glue...I'm passing this to our Kinder teachers so when they get to me they know how to use glue. :)

Fun song and activity to teach kids the right amount of glue to use. It's also a neat idea to put food coloring in the glue so when it dries the kids can still see the glue.

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Students Who Blurt

Tips to use with students who blurt. - adapt talking parking garage on this link for pragmatics group?

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A few months ago, I shared a simple problem solving chart for kids. While this chart works well at home, it might not be large enough for a classroom wall, so I created some social problem solving pos

30 sensory strategies for younger kids in the classroom!

Paying Attention: 30 Sensory Strategies

30 sensory strategies for younger kids in the classroom! Helps students with disabilities focus and work on sensory skills while not distracting other students.

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