5 Tools for Sensory Seekers

Updated: Oct 22, 2018



tools for sensory seekers
originally written for and published on Wolf + Friends

Sensory Processing

Children actively explore the world around them - moving, touching, and mouthing - it’s how we learn as developing humans!

The sensory stimulation that surrounds us informs how we respond. Kids are encouraged to taste, smell, see, hear, touch, and move their bodies or objects to better understand what they are learning!

Activities like gluing, finger painting, PlayDoh squishing, and sandbox digging help kids understand different textures. Jumping, crashing, swinging, slidin