Posts Tagged ‘Sensory’

The Best Personal Sensory Kits for Resource Students Ever!

What was the saying, “The only guarantee in life is death and taxes.”  In 2020, we can now add “change” to that statement.  Things we took for granted now have to change.  Maybe temporarily or maybe permanently I don’t know, BUT what I do know is that we can count on things changing. One of those things is how we help students with behavior issues to calm.  Gone are the […]

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Two Sensory Tools to Calm Your Dysregulated Students

I don’t know why students with behaviors always seem to take over our classrooms, our caseloads and our focus, but they do.  We are often challenged to find solutions to help our students not only make it through the day, but to help our students learn all they need to be successful. The students struggle and so does the staff.  I wanted to share a couple of ideas today to […]

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A Numbers Rainbow: Multi-Sensory Ideas for Math!

You asked for a video on multi-sensory math ideas, so here it is!  You know as well as I do that so much of math is language. Plus if you can get your students to remember both the language concepts and the visual cues to help make numbers in math more memorable by finding ways to have students see math, hear math and touch math then….. Why not?!!! 🙂 Take a look […]

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Chewelry Options for Our Student Who Have Oral Sensory Needs!

When you have a student who ruins a t-shirt a week or someone who can’t leave your classroom pencils and marker caps alone, you need options! Options that are discreet and as “chew proof” as possible is what you need.  I’ve found some really fun choices to show you!  Take a look! Even if these options help redirect students to meet their oral sensory needs in a more socially acceptable way, at least […]

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If You Haven’t Seen a Sensory Pea Pod, You’re Missing Out!

Do you have a student in your home or your classroom who needs a fair amount of sensory input just to calm down?  Guess what, you are going to be amazed at that this simple tool can do for your child or students. I know many teachers who work with young children use cube chairs or Rifton chairs to give a child more physical support during things like circle time to help […]

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A Material that Combines Sentence Building with a Sensory Benefit!

I’m the kind of person who loves to multitaskboth at home and at work.  It’s the only way I can get everything done!!!  I’m sure I’m not alone in that so I’m guessing that you’re going to love today’s video. You will see that this material allows students to take advantage of more than one thing at a time. Take a look! We have so many students in our schools […]

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MORE FUN FIDGETS for Your Students with Special Needs!

I ALWAYS love to see what’s new on the market in the fidget category!  Truth be known, many adults without special needs could benefit from some of the fun fidgets out there to help relieve the everyday stress at work! Take a look at a couple more fun fidgets that I found on Amazon.com! Hope your year is ending with great successes and the feeling of a job well done! […]

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A Must See Fidget called Squigz!

There is only a few weeks left to the school year and trust me, everyone is hanging in there just trying to get to the finish line!!!  This is the perfect time of year to introduce something new into the sensory box in your room. This something is called Squigz.  FUN name and perfect for this set of sensory fun.  Keep in mind that it is also just the coolest item […]

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Have You Ever Heard of a Fidgee?

Just because a student with special needs gets older and heads to the Intermediate School, Middle School or High School, doesn’t necessarily mean that he/she no longer needs a sensory outlet. The problem is usually that the sensory options often look babyish. This is why when I saw today’s idea being used in one of our special education classrooms, I had to invite the designer of this wonderful idea to […]

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Sensory and Learning Fun With Fake Snowballs!

Children love surprises and novelty. What better way to bring this to your instruction than with something that is seasonal, fun and has multiple applications.   When we recently had a professional development meeting with the district SLPs, one of the agenda items was for every person on the team to bring something to share. One of our SLPs brought this huge plastic container filled with fake snowballs that he uses […]

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