How to Keep Kids Quiet in Class – Sensory Activities

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We’re having a great time with Fox 13’s The Place talking about getting kids ready for back to school with sensory activities to keep children quiet in the classroom. The right, but surprisingly “wrong” types of activities are helping children to stay focused and attentive in school. Teachers are now using these types of activities in their classrooms to improve behavior and performance so more kids are achieving academic success.

Fox 13’s The Place

Activities help with critical thinking skills, the vestibular and auditory systems, speech and language development, problem solving, anxiety, behavior, and last but not least, attention and focus. Ask your teacher if your child can do some of these sensory activities in their classroom!

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  1. […] distract them from the stress, but if you haven’t try some of the ones you see here in “How to Keep Kids Quiet in Class – Sensory Activities.” Just adjust those activities to fit the party […]

  2. […] First, take a piece of your bubble wrap and tape it around your rolling pin. With your paint set, select a few different colors and paint a few sections of the bubble wrap on your rolling pin. Carefully roll the paint on the plain piece of paper you have so it looks like bubbles appear on your paper. When you have finished, place your elf’s hands on the rolling pin so it looks like he mischievously got into the paint over night. When your kids wake up, help them do this same activity with the paint and bubble wrap. If you have leftover bubble wrap, let them pop the bubbles or even get messy with the paint. They need these types of sensory activities to help improve their attention and focus in the classroom as you see here. […]

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