Sensory Play Archives | Raising Lifelong Learners
Games to Get You Moving

Games to Get You Moving

Whether it’s the weather, a packed schedule, or just a comfortable couch, sometimes it can be difficult to get up and get moving. While full of energy, kids can struggle with the motivation to leave their video games or engrossing novels. Calling it exercise or...
Yard Work for Sensory Input

Yard Work for Sensory Input

Kids that need proprioceptive input will love helping out in the yard during all seasons, but fall can give them lots of opportunities to lift, push, and pull, giving their muscles and joints the sensations they need. And you’ll have a gorgeous yard to show for it!...
Pumpkin Play Dough | Sensory Fun for Kids

Pumpkin Play Dough | Sensory Fun for Kids

If you love pumpkins and pumpkin pie, you’ll adore this fun homemade pumpkin play dough. This activity is a wonderful sensory activity for kiddos, and it has a science element as well! Kids can learn a variety of scientific principles while making play dough,...
Scented Salt Dough Pendants

Scented Salt Dough Pendants

I love working with salt dough. It’s quick and inexpensive to make, and is versatile. On top of that, salt dough is a great sensory play item for your kids – whether they have a plan in mind for the craft, or just want to twist, pull, and mold the dough. Salt dough is...