Gardening Therapy for Children with Autism

Gardening Therapy for Children with Autism

Planting Activities – Autism Gardening Therapy Gardening Therapy & Activity Gardening therapy & activity is one of the great therapeutic activities for children with autism as it involves physical skills, fine motor skills, and creativity as well. For example, digging, weeding, watering contributes to strengthening motor skills. Whereas seeding, cutting leaves and flowers, or plucking […]

10 Water Activities for Autistic Kids

Water Activities for Autistic Kids

Finding hard to engage children in activities? The easiest and fun way to engage autistic children is by providing water activities. These water activities for autistic kids help to build rapport between the child and the therapist or caregiver, it improves social skills, motor skills, and cognitive-perceptual skills and in addition, it satisfies sensory needs. […]

In-Hand Manipulation activities for Children with Autism

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IN-HAND MANIPULATION ACTIVITIES The ability to hold and manipulate an object within the hand is called In-hand Manipulation. In-hand Manipulation activities for children with Autism is an essential component of fine motor skills. In-hand manipulation activities for children with Autism consists of three fine movements namely, ✏️Translation ✏️Rotation ✏️Shift Kids usually develop the translation skill […]

How to Reduce Spitting in Kids with Autism

How to reduce spitting in kids with autism

Spitting behavior in children could be frustrating for the parents to deal with. Some children spit just for fun or to gain attention, while others spit to express their emotions like anger or dislikes and some children exhibit the behavior due to sensory needs. Children with autism tend to have this kind of behavior, as […]


spot the difference

Spot the difference activity is a fun game, where we look at the two similar pictures/images and find the number of minor differences between the two pictures. This game will improve the child’s cognitive and perceptual skills. How to perform the activity? Step 1: Start by choosing a picture with a less number of differences. Step […]

20 Fun Bathtub Activities For Kids With Autism

bathtub activities

As a parent, bathing a child with autism seems to be quite challenging and worrisome as various factors pop-up to interfere with this activity, like,   Shifting a child to the bathroom itself might be frustrating for the parent. The tap water sound may be disturbing for the kid. The temperature of the water seems […]

Teach Dressing Skills to Kids With Autism

strategies to teach dressing skills

Dressing skill, one of the ADL skills, is very important for the child to learn and become independent in the dressing skill. Developmental Dressing Skills: Before we get into the strategies to teach dressing, let’s see the developmental dressing skills for your child. Every parent needs to know this because this helps them to train […]

8 Interesting Activities For Pre-Math Skills


What is a Pre-Math Concept? Pre-math skills are math skills essential for the preschoolers. The pre-math concept consists of counting numbers (at least till 20), identification and pronouncing numbers, identifying patterns and comparing objects of different sizes, shapes and colors. This concept can be added as one among the table-top activities and gross motor activities […]

10 Activities to Improve Writing Skill of Your Child

writing skill activities for kids with autism

Writing skill is one of the most advantageous skills for children with autism as it serves as an alternative way of communication for children who has a speech delay or difficulty and to excel in their academic performance as well. But on the other hand, it seems to be a challenging task for them because […]

10 Pre-Writing Activities For Kids With Autism

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Pre-writing skill is an integral skill to be developed by the kids. It develops in a step by step manner corresponding to the child’s age. Age Pre-writing development 1-2 years 1. The child would attempt to paint using the whole arm movement to make strokes.2. Scribbles in vertical, horizontal and circle direction. 2-3 years 1. […]