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My three year old is not a big fan of coloring. His sensory issues have made coloring and writing a high frustration activity. But when our Occupational therapist suggested using Airbrush Markers
as a means of oral sensory input, we found art to be extremely enjoyable!
I’d never heard of Sprayza Air Brush Markers before. They’re basically really wet markers that attach to a tube that you blow through.
Tape a stencil over paper. (We found some great Emergency Vehicles and Airplanes stencils. I had these flowers stencils as a kid! There’s SO many to choose from and so cheap!)
Then pick your color(s) and blow!
This is some super great proprioceptive and oral input. You’ve got to put quite a bit of umph behind these. Even I get winded trying to make them work. Excellent diaphragm work. It helps my son curtail his chewing habits as well.
Look at him go!
And here’s some of our final results from our Air Brush Markers. Fun for all!
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These look great for my son with sensory issues. I pinned for later!
So glad! My son has kept playing with these for days!