Sensory Lifestyle Play Activities
When your child is available for activities don’t skip on it. Make the most of this time. You can help your child’s muscle and motor skill development by keeping him physically active. This also provides them with opportunities to explore their surroundings. Just take care not to over stimulate your baby. Take a break when you see signs like turning away from the activity, fatigue and/or fussing. Learn more by exploring the blog posts in this section.
Are you about to do some writing? Try these Handwriting Warm Up activities. They get your children ready for writing both physically and mentally. How to use these activities: Complete them before writing tasks If needed you can also use these activities half way...read more
Feeling stuck on what to do with your child this weekend? Need a little INSPIRATION? Well, you are in luck! This is a second part to this fun segment. It includes weekly activities for you to play with your child. Sensory experiences are important for every single...read more
Play dough!... There is something MAGICAL about it. As soon as you give it to a child they can't help but to start to manipulate it. They can poke, squeeze, pull, chop, shred, cut, roll or squash it. It is a never ending tactile experience for all children that aids...read more
Feeling stuck on what to do with your child this weekend? Need a little INSPIRATION? Well, you are in luck! This segment includes weekly activities for you to play with your child. Sensory experiences are important for every single child. These activities provide the...read more
The outdoors are abundant with endless sensory experiences. Only when I stopped and focused did I realize its deeper application to a better sensory lifestyle for our children. Hence this blog post on exploring the outdoors. So what can you explore outdoors?...read more
Becoming a mother is a journey one cannot prepare for. But one can welcome it through self education and listening to others. In my profession as an Occupational Therapist (OT) I got first hand experience. I knew what I needed to do to ensure that my son develops an...read more