Inside you’ll find: Super simple sensory activities that can be done with an exercise ball with no prep! Fun ways to use an exercise ball for sensory therapy!
1. Roll it up a wall.
2. Dribble it.
3. Bounce on it alone.
4. Kick it against a wall.
With the Help of an Adult:
5. “Roll out the cookie dough”
6. Rolling on top of the ball
I sit my son on top of the ball and rock him back and forth or side to side to wok on his gravitational insecurity 🙂
Oh yeah! We do that too! I totally forgot to add that one because I couldn’t manage to get a picture of it! ha ha! I’m always trying to coax him into letting go and reaching up. Does your son have a lot of the same symptoms as my son? I’ll have to check out your blog! Thanks for reading!
Found your link over at Good Tips Tuesdays. These are some great ideas. I especially like the picture of the little guy adding some extra proprioceptive input to the ball rolling.
Hee hee! Yes, Lumpy is a great for the reassuring comfort of weight. 😉
Chuck Habing says
I liked the ideas with the bouncing ball including the one mentioned in the comment above. An inexpensive toy or tool for use with gravitational insecurity and the vestibular system. Not sure I am using the correct terms as I am new to these discussions but I enjoyed the article.
Did the ball last long how big is the ball