I never heard of the word ‘sensory’ until Antonio was diagnosed with autism. It is hard to define what it really is because it can be different for different people. Sometimes they are over-sensory and sometimes under censored. There are plenty of ways to show off sensory; stimming, chewing on something, fist hitting, head hitting, etc. There can many that might seem normal or not normal. Think about when you are overwhelmed, or stressed, we all have weird habits to react to this feeling; so do autistic children.
However, the one thing is that once a child starts to get older we can’t always allow their regular sensory items to take place (aka; stimming or head hitting, etc). So it always helps to allow them to have sensory items such as the list below.
Drawing Stencils Set for Kids (54-Piece) – Arts and Crafts for Girls & Boys with Over 300 Shapes
Plugo Letters by PlayShifu – Word Building with Phonics, Stories, Puzzles
Crayola Ultimate Light Board Blue, Drawing Tablet
163 Pieces Creative Construction Stem Learning Engineering Set
Dolanus Transformers Toys – Remote Control Car Contains All Batteries
ThinkFun Gravity Maze Marble Run Brain Game and STEM Toy
Sensory Ring and Fidget Toy 3 Pack | Soft, Flexible Ring and Rubber Spikes
Sensory Stress Ball Set, 12 Pack Stress Relief Fidget Balls for Kids
Fidget Toys and Textured Sensory Toys by BUNMO
Pull, Stretch and Squeeze Stress Balls by YoYa Toys – 3 Pack – Elastic Construction Sensory
24 Pack Bundle Sensory Fidget Toys Set-Liquid Motion Timer
ENTHUR Fidget Toys for Adults and Kids – Bubble Sensory Fidget Toy Fidget
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