Mini Sensory Bins

Mini Sensory Bins

When I have visitors or observers in my room I sometimes get asked where my sensory area is. I don’t have a specific sensory area on purpose and for several reasons. One – I don’t really have enough room. My classroom is not massive and every inch is...
Mini Sensory Bins

Mini Sensory Bins

When I have visitors or observers in my room I sometimes get asked where my sensory area is. I don’t have a specific sensory area on purpose and for several reasons. One – I don’t really have enough room. My classroom is not massive and every inch is...
Halloween Party Success

Halloween Party Success

My right hand may or may not be permanently dyed red, I just found some dried green pudding in my hair, and my yellow sweater is splattered with brown dots. And I am pretty proud of myself too. Major feat accomplished today: Halloween party for 21 children with autism...
Behavior Week: Sensory Behaviors

Behavior Week: Sensory Behaviors

If you work with children with autism, you know what I’m talking about when I mention sensory behaviors. It’s part of the diagnostic criteria of autism – stereotyped and repetitive behaviors. This can look different in every child – stimming,...

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