Help children take in and interpret what is happening in the world around them. Sensory integration is the ability to take in and interpret information from the senses. When children process sights, sounds, texture, smell, taste, and movement, they get a complete picture of what is happening around them. Children with sensory processing issues may struggle with lights, noise, or textures of clothing.
Sensory integration toys helps children strengthen their ability to receive sensory stimulation and relate them to previous experiences. Many children on the autism spectrum crave sensory input. The products on this page help children explore and experience tactile, visual, auditory, and physical movement.
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Many of my students are working on basic counting, identifying amounts, and counting out from larger sets. The Mini Muffin Match Up Math Activity Set is a fun way to work on all of these goals. Because the activity set is so versatile, it can be differentiated across almost all of my students
Samantha Sohngen, Elementary Special Education Teacher: Esperanza Community School