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Over 80 amazing proprioceptive activities that provide powerful and lasting proprioceptive input. Simple ideas can be used quickly to calm, focus, alert.
Robin Lechner saved to Homeschool teaching
I'm going to share a little information on daily activities that you can do with your children to give them more proprioceptive input which can help tremendously with sensory seeking behavior. Also, take some time to read how you can improve emotional regulation in 7 minutes per day which includes tons of proprioceptive input activities.
Haydyn Skidmore saved to OT
Aoife Foley saved to OT
Description Do your students struggle with self-regulation? These 84 kid-friendly Sensory Diet Activity Cards are perfect for working with a child to offer a variety of sensory activities to support self-regulation and promote their development of sensory integration. Now these are available in one-card-per-page (for telehealth) and four-cards-per-page formats. Designed by occupational therapist, Dr. Lisa Marnell, every sensory activity card is paired with fun and kid-friendly images to help…
Deirdre LaBorde saved to OT
If you need a few sensory integration activities, check out these proprioceptive and vestibular movement activities for the classroom! This post included explanations and examples of these kinds…
Molly Hamilton saved to William Bedell Center
One educator turned stay at home mom attempts to explain Sensory Processing: Proprioceptive Input and its importance for growth and development in kids.
Kathleen McCullough saved to SPD
FREE Printable! Use these Brain Breaks for kids to give input to the muscles and joints to increase attention. No equipment needed!
Luz Maria saved to Natural Naty
Heavy work activities provide proprioceptive input that can help children stay calm. This list of heavy work activities contains ideas kids can use anywhere
Heidi Turi saved to Sensory integration activities
32 Proprioceptive Activities for Kids | If you’re looking for heavy work activities to help your child with body awareness, self-regulation, and focus at school, at home, or in Occupational Therapy, these motor skill based activities are a great place to start! Students of all ages and abilities can benefit from regular brain breaks, and this list of sensory break activities is a great tool for teachers and parents alike! #heavywork #sensoryprocessingdisorder #proprioception
Esi Ehlers saved to kids - play - room
The Inspired Treehouse - These heavy work activities and ideas for small spaces can help kids demonstrate calmer behavior and more coordinated, organized movement.
Danielle Burke saved to School OT