Whether you’re looking for sensory activities for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, or school-aged kids, we’ve got you covered. Perfect for at home or in the classroom, we’ve collected 101 sensory activities for kids with autism and special needs to help them calm down, stimulate their senses, develop their social skills, language skills, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, and self-control skills, as well as increase their attention span and help them learn!

Sensory Play! 101 Sensory Activities for Kids with Autism

101 Sensory Activities for Kids with Autism

Get the kids used to the sounds of the letters and how they fit together to make words!

Build a Sight Word (plus recording sheet)

Would be great for spelling child's name! This is so inspired: teach your kids how to spell with connectable blocks like legos. Learning key skills can be fun! Parents and teachers alike will love this.

Language, Yes/No Questions, WH Questions, Interrogative Sentences

Yes/No Question Task Cards {Is this a...}

Language, Yes/No Questions, WH Questions, Interrogative Sentences Más

The Inspired Treehouse - Learn 10 transition strategies to help prevent tantrums…

10 Calming Techniques and Transition Strategies for Kids

The Inspired Treehouse - Learn 10 transition strategies to help prevent tantrums and meltdowns when kids need to move from one activity to another throughout the day.

Button Sorting Cups - What a brilliant idea.Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition!

23 Outdoor Party Games

Button Sorting Cups - What a brilliant idea for your toddler/preschooler! Adding this to our collection of activities to promote fine-motor skills and color recognition! ≈≈ Great idea for a busy bag party

Great classroom sensory activity idea

Moon Sand 8 cups flour and 1 cup baby oil

Free printable LEGO "Today I feel" visual emotions chart for kids from And Next Comes L

Free Printable LEGO "Today I Feel" Emotions Chart

Free printable LEGO "Today I feel" visual emotions chart for kids. What young kids don't love legos? Helps children express their emotions using toys that they are familiar with!

How to teach students with Echolalia- actual tips that work! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Teaching Students with Echolalia

How to teach students with Echolalia- actual tips that work!

The Autism Tank: Preposition Activity...wondering if i can make something similar. Got to find some good objects

The Autism Tank: Preposition Activity.wondering if i can make something similar. Got to find some good objects This would be perfect for work!

Visual Binders-just in case I ever change to school age!

The Autism Tank: Homework Binders- could create a library of language building activities to send home for homework.

We’ve got a Runner! A closer look at elopement and wandering for students with Autism.

Elopement and Autism- Classroom Strategies

We’ve got a Runner! A closer look at elopement and wandering for students with Autism.

Classifying activities to help your students classify items that belong in a specific household setting. Two levels & 10 mats.

Where Does It Go? {Life Skills, matching, & classifying}

Classifying activities to help your students classify items that belong in a specific household setting. Two levels & 10 mats.

iPads & Apps- 75 autism apps

PEACE from 6 Pieces: 31 days:Truth iPads & Apps- some of these work for all kids not just Autistic ones

This Calming Find It Game, but can be used for phonics activities too.

Calming Find It Game

Low AT - Calming Find It Game is perfect for changing a child’s focus from being upset to concentrating on finding fun objects. It helps redirect a child's behavior

FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains more than 15 high quality, beautifully designed communication boards with speech output (children's voices) and can be used on the free Pogo Boards iPad app. Printable files are also included for a low-tech option! #autism #BHSM #AAC

FREE communication boards created by Speech Language Pathologists with years of experience working with Autistic children in educational, clinical and home therapy environments. This "Visual - Choices and Activities" for Autism communication set contains

My non-verbal son who has autism is working on this sortin activity. He is doing good!

Exceptional Learning for Exceptional Kids: Work Task Boxes

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