Vision: Reduce/ eliminate clutter and visual distractions; modify assignments to be shorter; use a highlighter
Tactile: Allow students to use chalk on the board because it is more tactile rich
Properioception: Movement, Movin-Sit cushions, Brain Gym, Yoga, Chair push ups (i.e. sitting on hands and pushing up); chairs and tables at right height and positioned correctly
Why is a sensory-friendly classroom so important for kids with SPD/Autism?
What is the first step to making a sensory friendly classroom for a new teacher?
Where can teachers get ideas for more sensory-friendly things they can do in their classroom?
How will you help your child's teacher make the classroom sensory friendly?