Fun Christmas Sensory Activities for all children…
For those who haven’t been following my blog, both my boys have been diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder.
What does that mean exactly? Well if you’re completely new to this topic, you can learn the signs and how to cope with them here.
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We are working with both boys on overcoming their tactile sensory problems with occupational therapy. They are doing quite well with it!
Because they are doing well with it, I wanted to compile a list of fun seasonal Sensory Activities for you and your family to do!
Christmas Sensory Activities
She has so many different Christmas Slime ideas for the kids. You and your family will love it!
This will help kids with measuring out the ingredients and following directions – win, win!
It’s a good idea to have sensory activities during the busy holidays! We always end up straying away from routine, which can be difficult for our kids.15+ Fun Christmas Sensory Activities #toddlers #sensoryprocessing Click To Tweet
More Fun Christmas Sensory Activities
- How to Make Fake Snow
- All Natural Christmas Sensory Bin
- Grinch Slime
- Gingerbread Cloud Dough Sensory Bin
- Sweet Smelling Candy Cane Sensory Bin
- Winter Snowman Sensory Box
- Cookie Dough Sensory Play
- Fantastic Candy Cane Christmas Fluffy Slime
- Hot Chocolate Slime Sensory Play
- Snow Foam Winter Sensory Play
- Jingle Bell Christmas Slime
Why is Sensory Play Important During the Holidays?
We all know how crazy the holidays can be and how it can alter our routines. Our little guy Jaxson sees Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy every Monday and Thursdays. Physical Therapy every Wednesdays.
As you can see he has a pretty set schedule! We are also in the process of an Autism Diagnosis and getting him started with school. His schedule will be even busier!
Children who experience anxiety and are easily frustrated will be out of sorts when their schedule is altered. These fun Christmas Sensory play bins and slime activities will help ease your child… and a neurotypical child as well.
Plus side of sensory bins and slime is that it will help teach your child: fine motor skills, cognitive growth, problem solving skills, and more.
What are your favorite sensory slime or bin activities?