Rose Cusack
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DIY Sensory Cube - Make a sensory cube for your baby or toddler to explore textures and colors!

DIY Sensory Cube - Make a sensory cube for children to explore textures and colors and get the actual feel of things.

The children will explore sensory play by visual perception, movement, and stimulated tactile input. - Nicole Chatham

I see a craft store trip in the near future. (Bottles are aquapod water bottles). For an ocean bottle use half water & half baby oil with a few drops of food coloring, for a slow motion bottle use light corn syrup.

Color Toss Activity. For related pins and resources follow http://www.pinterest.com/angelajuvic/autism-special-needs/

This helps a toddler around the age of 2 or 3 to recognize colors and use their arms to put the balls in the right color spot.

Tips and tools for teaching kids to tie their shoes from and Occupational Therapist.

Tips and tools for teaching kids to tie their shoes from and Occupational Therapist. This would be a perfect center in a life skills or special needs class. Once they master tying the laces this way, move onto the real deal. An important life skill that c