30 Sensory Strategies to Help Kids Pay Attention - Some children who experience difficulty with paying attention may need less sensory input because they become distracted or overwhelmed by certain sensory experiences. However, many children are better able to attend to and participate when tasks appeal to the senses. They need more sensory input to regulate themselves and stay focused.
My child can be impulsive and highly active. He is a hands on and very physical boy. And when I ask him to “stop,” sometimes the behavior even escalates. Is he disobeying? How can I help him just calm down?! Sound familiar? Or should I be asking how can he use up his energy? His...Read More »