Category Archives: Sensory Activities

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. […]

Ideas to Create a Sensory Box for Kids with Autism

Ideas to create sensory box for kids with autism

A sensory box or bin is nothing but a large box where necessary sensory materials are filled according to the child’s need or to put in simple words, the sensory box is a container where your kid’s favorite items are stocked inside. Children will use them to play, learn and also to relax at times […]

Sensory Play Activities & Ideas for Kids with Autism

Ideas to Create Sensory Room for Kids with Autism

Sensory play or craft is effective for children with sensory integration difficulties. It helps to connect pathways in the brain that are responsible for processing the senses. Let’s list out the benefits of doing the sensory craft: It helps to develop gross motor and fine motor skills. Improves bilateral coordination skills. Cognitive and perceptual skills […]

Ideas to Create Sensory Room for Kids with Autism

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Sensory rooms are essential for kids with ASD. The advantages of having a sensory room or sensory plan at home are: The child will receive sensory input at times of their need. The child will be able to gain sensory tolerance. Enhance exploration. Improves child’s gross motor and fine motor skills. Child’s cognitive and perceptual […]

Easy Vestibular Activities for Kids with Autism

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WHAT IS VESTIBULAR SENSATION? The Vestibular system is part of our inner ear responsible for sending information about movement, space and gravity to our brain, which in turn helps the individual to maintain balance, coordination and detects changes in the body position as well.For children, both the vestibular and proprioceptive sensations are essential which enables […]