Our children need a sensory lifestyle; meaning days enriched with opportunities to get sensory input. This is not only fun for them but is a valuable component of healthy development. We can do this by having games, toys, and activities at their fingertips that provide sensory input while also serving to strengthen their motor, cognitive, and visual skills. As an Amazon affiliate, I am excited to share my favorites and an easy way to purchase.

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balance cushion 2

Balance Cushion

Use as a wiggle seat during schoolwork or mealtime or stand on it for balance challenges. Use spiky side for those who like more intense input. You can adjust the challenge by adjusting the amount of air in it.

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stability ball with feet

Chair Ball with Feet

Works great for alternative seating during schoolwork or mealtime. Allows kids to work on core strength and get sensory input while seated. Great for kids who need a little more stability.

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stability ball

Stability Ball

Stability balls are a great option for alternative seating, can be used to enhance learning, and provide sensory input from bouncing or rolling around on it. Choose 45-55 cm depending on your child's height

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Challenge your visual perceptual skills with this award winning game great for ages 7+ and one or more players

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scooter board

Scooter board

A great way to keep your kids busy and active indoors. Incorporate it in to an obstacle course or fun games to enhance learning.

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sensory swing

Sensory Swing

Sensory swings give children a sense of calmness and help block out unwanted sensory stimulation as it comforts and swaddles them.

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Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty

Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty

Stretch it, bounce it, pop it, tear it, and sculpt it! Hide coins in it and have fun taking turns to dig them out.

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