Halloween Sensory Activities on Fox 13’s The Place
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We’re having a great time with Fox 13’s The Place talking about fun Halloween sensory activities to encourage sensory learning for kids with sensory overload, meltdowns at holiday parties, unexplained aggression and anxiety. Kids with sensory issues struggle with all types of textures, especially when it comes to Halloween costumes and candy. Holidays are the best time to give your kids the sensory input they need to succeed in school and it prevents meltdowns and overstimulation at family parties and in the classroom. First, find what your child responds to best when it comes to textures, sound, light, physical activity and smell. If you’re not quite sure, try some of these sensory activities with your child to see what they enjoy best.
For sensory learning ideas on how to prevent meltdowns during Halloween and the upcoming holidays, read Tricks for Making Halloween a Treat for Kids with Sensory Disorders and “Ghoulish” Halloween Sensory Activities to Calm Sensory Sensitivity.
Fox 13’s The Place
So how do we make fun Halloween activities that will also help them overcome some of their struggles sensory overload? Today, we’re going to be showing you some fun and creative ways to incorporate different sensory activities to help calm your child’s behavior and improve their attention and focus.
Science Sensory Activities
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04 May 2020 - Sensory