Why host a series of sensory activities you can do all spring?
Because after the long winter, it’s time to wake up those senses to new experiences!
Whether you use this series to help build your child’s sensory system or to help fulfill your child’s sensory diet due to Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism, you’ll find fun and easy sensory activities you can easily do at home.
After being cooped up inside all winter long, your brain may have been hibernating as well and you’ve forgotten all of the easy ways you can get the family outside. Get outside with easy outdoor family activities!
As a mom of two kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, I’m offering some of the possible reasons your child may seem to be regressing or having a hard time with spring sensory issues.
This post is part of a new sensory series hosted by Mommy Evolution in partnership withThe Sensory Spectrum. After this spring series is complete, watch for more creative sensory series from fabulous bloggers on Mommy Evolution, including our Fall Sensory and Summer Sensory Series!
And while you’re working on your child’s sensory systems, you’ll probably want to find some great toys that keep on building those sensory systems!
I’ve pulled together a complete guide to toys to help you find the best ones for your child, including Gross motor, fine motor, vestibular, proprioceptive, tactile, visual and oral.