How to Create a Quick and Easy Sensory Tent - Your Kid's Table
Sensory tents can be amazing powerful tools to calm and organize children. I'll give you quick and steps to set one up that will work in your home!
How to install a Sensory Swing, easy steps to DIY
I had never considered a sensory swing at home until I started doing aerial yoga. My instructor at Coastal Retreat mentioned that she installed them in her kids' room at home. After a long cold
How to Make A Hammock Out Of A King Sheet | The Homestead Survival
This fabulous yet simple way of how to make a hammock out of a king size sheet is a frugal way to create temporary camping equipment and even an idea to
The Ultimate Guide to Sensory Swings
Sensory swings provide many benefits for kids, and they are a lot of fun. We have used sensory swings for years in our home and they have been a fantastic resource for my children. When
Airwalker Swing | Adaptive Swings
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Oppositional Defiant Disorder - Lanc UK
Oppositional Defiant Disorder - The LAC specialises in multi-disciplinary assessment of children with ADD, ADHD, Behavioural Problems, Learning Problems. The LAC is lead by Dr. G.D.Kewley in the UK.
How to Tie knots to hang an easy hammock
This how-to video demonstrates the easiest way to make a hammock. Simple, easy and safe, with no sewing required, make a hammock anytime in a pinch. All you need is fabric, rope, and the knot-tying skills from this instructional video. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to make an easy hammock.
Sensory Playroom: DIY Crash Pad
For a while now, I've wanted a crash pad. A crash pad is just a big soft something to crash into or jump upon. And crashing into things (safely) and jumping on things (safely) is a great way to get vestibular and proprioceptive input. Which I'm concerned about because of my sensory son. It's also a great way to burn off pent-up energy indoors. Which I'm concerned about because of my wild-child, climb everything and jump off son. Now, of course, these things are available for purchase, but…
Tutorial: How to make a DIY Crash Pad for when your kids are BOUNCING off the walls!
We still have the weekend until preschool starts up again and Froot Loop is going crazy with cabin fever. He needed to run around and get some of his crazy energy out. I thought I’d make him a crash pad to put next to his bean bag chairs so he could jump in/on it.