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Tips for Sensory Seekers to Survive a Classroom

Quite a few years ago, I had a student who had some touch/sensory sensitivities in areas of types of clothing, noise, peer interactions, to name a few areas.  It was quite difficult for him to adjust to a “normal” public school classroom.  Given my experience with this young man, I found the following blog quite helpful, five years too late, unfortunately.

Her ideas include using rubber stretch bands, special under clothing, weighted lap blankets, even paper clips!  Test taking times can result in a total melt down for these students.

I think these ideas would work for children in Pre-K and Kindergarten.  What do you think?

Tips for Sensory Seekers to Survive the Classroom

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