Category Archives: Classroom Tips

How Are Children With Sensory Processing Disorder Coping With Remote Learning?

Share List Children and their parents have been cooped up together at home for months — and the signs of fracture are showing due to stress. It isn’t easy being your child’s sole source of in-person help when it comes to schoolwork, especially since some subjects — like math, which uses common core now — […]

Did You Know That October Is Sensory Processing Disorder Awareness Month?

Share List Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) affects nearly 1 in 20 of us, even though most of us don’t know much about it. October represents SPD Awareness Month, so there is no better time to learn everything there is to know! This month, let’s try to end a few of the misconceptions related to these […]

Children Who Need Sensory Input To Stay On Task

Share List Fidget spinners are the bane of teachers existence. Yet, to some, it’s helped their students to great lengths. This therapeutic device has many benefits for children who have “sensory seekers.” Some children are considered “sensory seekers” especially if they have things such as ADD, ADHD or autism. When they have things that stimulate […]