Category: sensory activity



Visual Schedule

Visual Schedule

Visual Schedule! There are many benefits to using a visual schedule with your child.  Visual schedules or visual charts can be a powerful tool for keeping your child organized, staying focused, and reducing meltdowns.  You may have read some of my posts that mention my daughter and some of her sensory issues.   This post will […]


Tips For Brushing Teeth With Sensory Processing Issues

Tips For Brushing Teeth With Sensory Processing Issues

Tips For Brushing Teeth With Sensory Processing Issues! Does your toddler refuse to brush their teeth? Do they gag, cry,  throw a tantrum or have other physical reactions to tooth brushing? My child went through a couple different phases of tooth brushing.  Basically from cooperation to an all-out resistance!  There can be many different factors […]


Sensory Bottles

Sensory Bottles

Sensory Bottles! These DIY sensory bottles are super easy and fun to make.  Sensory bottles or calm down bottles are a wonderful useful calming tool for toddlers or children with sensory needs, anxiety, or those that need help with self-regulation or transitioning to the next activity.  Sensory bottles act as an “calm-down” aid by helping […]


Fluffy Slime

Fluffy Slime

Fluffy Slime! Here is another DIY sensory toddler activity! I thought I would mix things up a little and make slime with shaving cream.  Making slime with shaving cream creates a fluffiness and a really cool texture a.k.a. fluffy slime.  Like my other slime recipe, this is also super easy and inexpensive.  Great way to […]