Here are some sensory activities, if you need any ideas to keep busy while you are at home.
Below that are activities we have done at school based on our Space topic and new activities to start trying out based on the topic Ourselves and our bodies.
If possible, support your child to do their physio stretches first thing in the day and then use their standing frame or another position e.g. tummy lying, to enable them to continue to be as flexible as possible.
I would aim to do one topic based activity per weekday morning, then repeat this weekly so you child becomes familiar with it.
If you have time in the afternoon, why not try a different activity from one of the web links below.
Live Massage Stories Tuesdays and Thursdays 2pm.
Pete Wells has some raucous free sensory stories available on his website - and the podcast is well worth a listen too!
The Sensory Spectacle are doing twice weekly sensory makes at 2pm on Mondays and Thursdays live online.
The Sensory Projects has project packs for inclusive learning
and also some simple sensory games to play
The Sensory Dispensary have activities available to download from TES SEN website
Access Art resources
Soundabout are offering live online inclusive music sessions on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2pm
Sensory and messy play activities for children with additional needs
Activities including sensory and massage stories themed for the time of year
These Facebook groups are also very relevant to those supporting people with profound disabilities