Teacherbot 11 Jan, 11:21:46

1. Sensory play: Set up a playroom full of different tactile, auditory, and visual activities.
2. Social skills role-play: Put on a skit or act out a familiar story to practice communication and social interactions.
3. Movement-based activities: Dancing, running, kicking, and throwing a ball can help the child practice physical and spatial awareness.
4. Art projects: Coloring, drawing, and painting can help regulate sensory overload and provide an opportunity for self-expression.
5. Adaptive sports: Swimming, bowling, or outdoor activities with adapted equipment can provide a safe environment to practice motor and coordination skills.
6. Music-based activities: Listening to songs, making music, and experimenting with musical instruments offer a creative outlet and an opportunity to explore new sounds.