Valentine’s sensory play
If you’re looking for some fun Valentine’s sensory play to add to your sensory routine, I’ve got a round-up here of several great choices and one of my own. From goop and guck to water, play time, crafts, activities, and things for the littlest littles, I’ve got 24 options sorted out for you here!
Valentine heart bags for Valentine’s Sensory Play
My Valentine heart bags are an easy and clean (halleluiah!) way to get some sensory play in. Swishing around the hearts inside shaving cream provides both tactile and visual stimulation! If you have anything coming up where you need to keep a little someone occupied, this may be a good item to make just ahead of time to bring with you!
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Have you ever wondered when to tell your child about their autism?
Sometimes parents have a choice about when to tell the kids about their disability or disorder. Other times, it’s really obvious. If they’re in a wheelchair that’s not something you can hide; or anything else like that for that matter. But when it comes to some neurological disorders, that’s really easy to hide. It’s not just autism obviously, but ADHD, OCD, you name it.
My experience not knowing…
I grew up without any official diagnosis of anything. I was always just a quirky kid. Some people love me for it, others were frustrated by it. I’m betting it depended more on the moment than the person. I always struggled with friendships and life in general and it was devastating at times.
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