Printable Cut and Paste Clownfish Craft with Visual Directions

Cut and Paste Clownfish Craft with Visual Directions

Are you looking for a fun and engaging activity to do with your little ones? This easy-to-follow cut and paste clownfish craft is perfect for all kids who love sea creatures and getting crafty. Plus, it’s a great way to work on following multi-step directions and improve fine motor skills. So gather your supplies and … Read more

Sensory Solutions: Proprioceptive Toys and Therapy Tools

Proprioceptive toys can provide a range of benefits for children, including improved body awareness, coordination, and motor skills. These toys are designed to provide sensory input to the muscles and joints, which can help children develop their proprioceptive sense and regulate their sensory system. Whether your child has sensory processing difficulties, developmental delays, or just … Read more

Strategies for Creating a Sensory Friendly Classroom

Have you ever been in a classroom where certain noises, lights, or textures felt overwhelming or distracting?  For students with sensory needs, everyday classroom stimuli can become a barrier to learning and lead to discomfort, anxiety, and even meltdowns. That’s why creating a sensory-friendly classroom is so important. What is a Sensory Friendly Classroom? A … Read more

Sensory Systems Explained: What is Tactile?

Have you ever stopped to think about how amazing our sense of touch is? It’s pretty incredible how we can feel different textures, temperatures, and pressures with our fingertips, isn’t it? Well, that’s all thanks to our tactile sensory system!  For kids, this system plays an especially important role in their development and ability to … Read more

Sensory Systems Explained: What is Visual?

The visual system is an essential component of early childhood development. It plays a critical role in how children perceive and interact with the world around them. During the first few years of life, the visual system undergoes significant development, which lays the foundation for lifelong visual function.  Did you know that we have EIGHT … Read more