Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Silent classroom fidgets--for your students who need to play with something during class to help them focus

pin 34
heart 1
ADHD, Dyscalculia (general mathematical problems), dysgraphia (writing difficulties), dyspraxia (motor skills problems), dyslexia (reading disorder), Gerstmann's Syndrome (often after a stroke or brain injury) - signs to look out for in children

ADHD, Dyscalculia (general mathematical problems), dysgraphia (writing difficulties), dyspraxia (motor skills problems), dyslexia (reading disorder), Gerstmann's Syndrome (often after a stroke or brain injury) - signs to look out for in children

pin 58
heart 5

Dish Soap Silly Putty

Dish Soap Silly Putty...a super fun sensory activity that can be made in 5 minutes with 2 ingredients!

pin 102
heart 7

The Buzzies is a non-Invasive, wearable device that uses patent pending neuroscience to relieve anxiety and stress. This sounds amazing!

Moon Dust Writing Tray

Moon Dust Writing Tray | A fun space-themed twist on the classic salt writing tray!

pin 402
heart 9
speech 1

Bead box for sensory activity especially great for kids with Autism. hopecenter4autism.org

pin 152
heart 6

These cushions work well for students who have a high sensitivity to sensory items. I wish that I had the money to buy them for all my kiddos, it helps when they have to sit in their chairs for longer periods of time.

Exploring her Box of Sensory Balls - this was a good activity - we played catch, ball toss in basket.

pin 33
heart 2

Neat ideas for students with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder or just for students who like to move.

pin 4