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Sensory Processing

Sensory Processing

Sensory Processing refers to the way a person’s nervous system receives sensory messages and turns them into responses. These senses include sight (vision), sound (auditory), touch (tactile), taste (gustatory), body position (proprioception) and movement (vestibular). Most people receive and organize these messages effortlessly into adaptive physiological and behavioral responses. 

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Using games as an Occupational Therapy intervention to address sensory processing skills.

Sensory Processing Games

These amusing and enjoyable activities improve a child’s sensory processing skills while having fun! The use of rules and competition can be modified as desired to include all children.

What’s Inside My School? Feel & Find Tactile Discrimination Game - Version 1

Sensory Processing Games Posted: 11.01.2015

Version 1 - For Younger Children. This 5 PAGE High Quality Game helps children improve their tactile awareness by recognizing the properties of an object through active touch and manipulation without the benefit of using his/her vision. Includes detailed Instructions, Cover Sheet, and Game Cards.

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What’s Inside My School? Feel & Find Tactile Discrimination Game - Version 1

Sensory Processing Games Posted: 11.01.2015

Version 2 - For Older Children. This 5 PAGE High Quality Game helps children improve their tactile awareness by recognizing the properties of an object through active touch and manipulation without the benefit of using his/her vision. Includes detailed Instructions, Cover Sheet, and Game Cards.

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