Last week I shared a list of 20 Must Have Items for Fall Fine Motor Activities for kids. Today I want to share a list of the 20 must have items for fall sensory activities for kids. What is great about a lot of these items is that you may already have them in your home, which […]
Children learn by doing. Encouraging independence, really does take one activity at a time. Here are some hands-on activities to get you started!
I have to admit, I did not know you could make your own play dough until this past year. I know, I know, really bad Occupational Therapy Assistant. I decided to have a try at it this week making my own Pumpkin Pie Scented Play Dough recipe for my 1 year old’s sensory play yesterday. […]
Sensory activities just don’t have to be for older children, babies can benefit from them too. My daughter is 1 year old and is still in the “everything must go in my mouth” stage. So doing sensory activities with her tends to be a little more challenging since I want to make sure what she […]
Sensory boxes and bins are an amazing way for children to explore sensory activities in a safe and contained area. There are SO many ideas out there, but I needed something that would be appropriate for my 1 year old daughter. She is still in the “everything must go in mouth!!” stage. So after looking around […]
I am going to be completely honest; I had never heard of Montessori Style Learning before I was given a copy of Montessori at Home by John Bowman. When I started reading over this info and resource packed ebook, I realized Montessori and Occupational Therapy (my professional background) go hand in hand. So many of […]