The link below has over 40 craft and art projects for Children with a Sensory disorder.
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How to make a Thankful Tree
This is the cutest idea I have found for sharing a project with your kids this holiday season. Her web site is linked by her name, and it is awsome! The link to the site is below.
We are at the end of July, and before you know it school will be starting!
My grandson with SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) will be starting school for the first time. He will be starting prekindergarten. His mom and I are both concerned about about this.
When the boys came to live with us Wyatt had some serious social issues. Like NO social skills at all. His birth mother had kept him hidden his whole life. No doctor visits, no dentist, no anything! He was 2 1/2 and non verbal except for a dinosaur Growl. After he was asked to leave two daycare centers, I quit my job and came home. What a great year we had. I am beyond grateful that I was able to spend this time with Wyatt and work on everyday skills. I can't believe it's been over a year now, and they are ours! The adoption was finalized in April 2017.
As we get Wyatt ready I thought I'd jot down a few things that we have been working on: