You don’t have to be rich and you don’t have to be at home in a controlled environment to get your child the sensory input they need.
You just need to be prepared.
Memorize some of these ideas so that when the moment strikes, you’ll have a plan to restore order.
No Equipment Sensory Activities
Hang Upside Down from a Parent’s Arms
Make Silly Faces
March in Place
Blow Out a “Candle”
Hand Clapping Games
Don’t forget to have a couple tools in your bag like play dough or chewing gum or a fidget. It can make the difference between a regular Monday and a gigantic meltdown.