It can be really overwhelming trying to decide what you should be to help your child meet their sensory needs at home. It seems like there are never ending products. Today is our Oral and Auditory day in our series, The Ultimate Guide Sensory Toys for Home!
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The corresponding sensory systems impacted are also listed. I am not an Occupational Therapist and you should consultant with your own Occupational Therapist for direct advice.
This was one of the first sensory products that we purchased, it was a great option to teach a more appropriate option to chewing on everything.
Sensory System: Oral
Camelback Water Bottles
I have to be honest with this one, we have a love/hate relationship with this bottle. The downside is that I have to keep buying new bite valves because they get holes in quickly.
Noise Cancelling Headphones
These are a must have! They do not cancel out 100% of the noise.
Sensory System: Auditory
Straws for everything! Any drink, blowing cotton balls, blowing paint!
Musical instruments that require blowing: whistles, harmonica, kazoo.
Volume control headphones.
Our entire Series from The Ultimate Guide Sensory Toys for Home:
Sensory Toys: Swinging and Hanging
Sensory Toys: Bouncing and Balancing
Sensory Toys: Deep Pressure Proprioception
Sensory Toys: Fidgets
Sensory Toys: Oral and Auditory