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Category: Visual

Visual Sensory Activities For Kids

Fun Visual Sensory Activities For Kids

Today, we will talk about visual sensory activities for kids that come under ASD (Autism spectrum disorder). These simple visual-motor activities can help encourage young children and preschoolers to focus visually on what their hands are doing. Proper eye-hand coordination requires that the eyes focus on an object and remain focused to guide the hands

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Visual Sensory Activities

Simple and Easy Visual Sensory Activities

Today, I’m sharing visual sensory activities for autism that can be done easily. The visual sensorial system is very close to the auditory system and vestibular systems and is critical for function and independence in skills such as reading, writing and motor planning, balance, eye-hand coordination, among many other fields. As we know that visual

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Visual Sensory Activities For Autism

Visual Sensory Activities For Autism

Why use sensory activities for autism? Today we’re sharing some visual sensory activities for autism. According to a leading charity, the National Autistic Society, about 700,000 individuals are autistic.  It is, therefore more important than ever that we make understanding autism a priority.  Autism and Asperger affect three major areas in a person’s life:   Social

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Visual Sensory Activities for Toddlers

Proven Visual Sensory Activities for Toddlers

Today we are sharing Visual Sensory Activities for Toddlers that come under ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). Keep in mind that these are just some examples of sensory strategies that can be incorporated into various classroom lessons and activities.  Each strategy can be adapted to complement the student’s curriculum and individualized education plan. Don’t forget that

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Visual Sensory Activities For Infants

Amazing Visual Sensory Activities For Infants

Visual Sensory Activities For Infants are a tool that helps children grow and acquire life-long essential skills. The infant’s sensory experiences and sensory play go hand in hand.  As we know that ASD (autism spectrum disorder) is becoming a major issue, but don’t be panic we can do some easy simple activities to handle it. 

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