Introducing the latest addition to the Raising Playful Tots family – Everyday sensory alphabet activities
Crafts were not fun for my wiggle jiggly boys. But they loved sensory ideas . How we learned to embrace the sensory
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Bec @ Bad Mummy says
I’m sitting here listening to your show, my eldest daughter sounds a lot like your youngest son. Erin’s a sensory seeker (in her case it’s part of her Sensory Processing Disorder). She enjoys touching everything a lot, even to the point of being inappropriate (like licking table tops and even rubbish bins…). That’s how I found you, I was looking for sensory ideas to teach her phonics.
Melitsa Avila says
I’m glad you got to listen to the show. It’s so interesting having three distinct reactions to sensory activities in one home. I think that’s why this worked so well for us. I still can’t get used to him loving to touch legs. We looked at SPD a lot with our first. It’s such a sharing community.