Karen Smith
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Make a bubbling slime science sensory tub that bubbles for hours and hours! Such a fun way to observe the baking soda and vinegar reaction at a slower pace.

EVEN your sensory tubs can be themed for Halloween. Make a bubbling slime science sensory tub that bubbles for hours and hours! Such a fun way to observe the baking soda and vinegar reaction at a slower pace.

Here's a colourful and easy suncatcher craft kids of all ages can enjoy. But be prepared they won't want to stop at just making one!

An easy suncatcher craft that kids of all ages can enjoy. But be prepared - they're so beautiful the kids won't want to stop at just making one! A fun tissue paper craft for kids.

RAINBOW SENSORY BOTTLES A bright and colourful sensory play activity and a musical instrument too. Great fun for all ages

Sensory Play - Rainbow Bottles/Music Shakers - Kids Craft Room A bright and colourful sensory play activity and a musical instrument too. If you really like arts and crafts a person will love this website!

This marshmallow play dough is SO MUCH FUN and it has to be the easiest play dough recipe we've ever made! And best of all, it's completely safe to eat!

This marshmallow play dough is SO MUCH FUN and it has to be the easiest play dough recipe we've ever made! And best of all, it's completely safe to eat, so you don't have to worry about young kids putting it in their mouths!

Meeting Sensory Needs For Kids with Autism/Asperger's- I use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

Correct Pencil Grip -- Another pinner wrote: Meeting Sensory Needs For Kids with Autism/Asperger's- I use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

Movie Choices

" - Choice board for kids with Autism. One of 15 FREE "Activity and Choice" communication boards for Autism therapy and play.

Movie Choices

" - Choice board for kids with Autism. One of 15 FREE "Activity and Choice" communication boards for Autism therapy and play.

"I need to get calm"

Calm down chart. Have students list the steps they use to calm down. Then add pictures from magazines or other sources to add additional structure. Promotes self-regulation and independence.