Tag: Sensory

Pre-Writing Practice in Salt for Preschoolers

Pre-Writing Practice in Salt for Preschoolers

My son is in preschool, and they have already been practicing writing their letters on a dry erase board. I thought it would be fun to continue this practice at home in a more sensory way.   Thanks to The Pencil Grip for sponsoring this learning activity.   Pre-Writing Practice in Colored Salt Trays for Preschoolers We are all about the sensory activities these days. Ever since I realized my son was a sensory seeker, I have been seeking activities we can do to meet his needs in a more productive and safer way. He loves when we do activities […]

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When Your Hyper Child Just Doesn’t Listen, Try This

When Your Hyper Child Just Doesn’t Listen, Try This

Are you listening? I yell out. Why are you ignoring me? Yes, that’s me, trying to get my son’s attention. But he’s too busy. So busy and his body is always moving. Is your child constantly moving? Never does as you ask until you finally have to hold onto your child and make them give you eye contact, and really listen? I’m not a medical professional; I’m a mom like you who struggled with getting my son to listen and really hear me until I took the time to understand sensory input. So I’m sharing some of these tips with you today.   […]

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Autism Awareness Month Book Focusing on Welcoming Special Needs Children

Autism Awareness Month Book Focusing on Welcoming Special Needs Children

April is Autism Awareness Month and we did a special story time at home to help educate my little one on being inclusive and playing nicely with all children. I received a complimentary copy of this book as part of the campaign to raise awareness. The book we read is called . This title is about a little girl named Princess Penelope, and her playdate with a classmate with autism spectrum disorder. The purpose of this campaign is to create awareness on inclusivity and welcoming special needs children in our community. This book is geared towards both families and parents of special needs […]

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Enjoy Sensory Play with Edible Dirt for Dia de los Ninos

Enjoy Sensory Play with Edible Dirt for Dia de los Ninos

This #HoneyNutCheerios #NuestroCereal Dia de los Niños campaign was sponsored by General Mills Big G Cereals through Acorn Influence. All opinions are mine. Children are an absolute joy to watch play, and it is so much more fun to engage with them in a fun activity. I recently learned about the Día de los Niños holiday, and I think it is brilliant! Why not have a special day to focus on children and their fun learning experiences while making memories. Sure, we strive for that on a regular basis, but how special is it to have a holiday just for […]

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