Sensory Projects

Doing experiments or art projects in treatment sessions or at home can help target a variety of receptive and expressive language tasks. Using simple items such as glue, glitter, water, food coloring, or beads, your child can create a calming jar or a snow globe! Predicting/inferencing can be targeted by asking the child what the items could be used to make or have your child help locate items to use in the process to increase executive functioning skills! Creating a sensory project or experiment can encourage turn taking, commenting, word retrieval, and narrative language while allowing children to experience the craft with their senses.

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