Consider the child when purchasing a gift. Just as you wouldn’t buy a truck for a Barbie loving little girl – nor should you purchase a 8+ science kit for a child with a cognitive ability of a three year old. I’ve often had people come right out and ask me, “What do I buy

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Every child learns through play, it is an innate and natural part of their development. For this reason, the use of sensory activities help kids to engage in play and interact with the environment to improve their sensory experiences. Benefits of sensory activities for children with autism According to Little, et al. (2015), one benefit

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Benefits of Tactile Play with Sand https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/tactile-play-sand/

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is characterized by several traits including sensory sensitivities. Children, regardless of whether they’re neurotypical or neurodivergent, learn skills such as motor skills, fine motor skills, and social interaction through interaction with the environment which usually involves play. Play activities enable children to engage with different textures as the child discovers their

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Sensory Corner

Sensory Corner One of the greatest things you can do with your child is play. If they have sensory sensitivities, then helping them with sensory regulation through play is even more important to your child’s development.  Below are some fun ways to incorporate sensory play while playing with your kid/s. Flour One of the biggest

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