These calming sensory activities for autism will help your child maintain focus and balance his or her sensory system which, in turn, makes it easier to teach your child new skills and have more quality interaction. There are many known benefits of sensory play for autistic children, therefore, it is essential to have a repertoire of calming sensory activities that you can count on to help your child calm down. These activities can be used at home or in the classroom with special needs learners.
Bouncing on a trampoline (we love this one at my autism center, although this one is great if you have less room)
Which one of these calming sensory activities for autism are you going to try with your child today?
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