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I got the privilege of getting a sneak peak of a fabulous new book, Sensory Processing 101, which just came out on Sensory Processing Disorder. It is written by the amazing bloggers behind Lemon Lime Adventures and The Inspired Treehouse.
I think I have read every book on the market on Sensory Processing Disorder and this is definitely a must have.
Here’s a few things I love about it:
- It’s simply laid out and broken down into explaining what Sensory Processing Disorder is, Sensory Activities and a Resources section.
- I loved all the activities they included in the book and it is full of pictures!
- When you are in a hurry trying to add activity to your day this book is a must, every activity is simple and you can do them at home!
Today I’m sharing my favorite activity from the book and including a free printable just for you!
We need a lot of movement in our house and one of the activities in the book was a Sensory Motor Scavanger Hunt! I loved this and wondered why I haven’t thought of it before. Miss Sensory does best when she gets to be in charge so I made her this easy to understand printable and we headed outside on a hunt to complete these 5 simple tasks. Find something to climb, to play catch with, crawl under, walk across and jump over. (The book does include several other items to find, I kept it simple for Miss Sensory. There is also a printable list in the back of the book if your kids are of the reading age)
One thing I didn’t do that they suggested in the book was taking pictures of your child doing each activity. I focused on just being unplugged spending time and interacting with Miss Sensory, but this would be a great activity to photograph each accomplishment!