years ago, I sat through my first IEP.
As I walked out of the meeting, I was stunned and overwhelmed.
I went to the bookstore looking for a practical book to get me
started helping my son. Starting Sensory Integration Therapy is
It begins with a non-technical overview of sensory processing
Each subsequent chapter is filled with easy and practical
activities to do at home or in the classroom with lots of clean up
I hope you enjoy it!
functional, and easy to set up and clean up, these activities will help
all kids (and moms and dads, too) get in sync. Thank you
Bonnie. We need this book!
Kranowitz, MA, author
of the Out-of-Sync Child
a sensory integration recipe book abundant with fun and easy activities to
help my son adapt to his environment. We get to play with family and
friends, which makes him feel a part of the group and encourages social
a fun book! It is filled with numerous sensory activities that will
facilitate learning and skill development. Ms. Arnwine
"extends" many of the activities that provide the opportunity
for a variety of creative play. This book is a welcome addition and
will be utilized by parents, teachers, and
Kashman, LOTR co-author of The Sensory Connection
have just finished reading Starting Sensory Integration Therapy and I
loved it. It was very easy to read, and the personal stories helped
me to connect with the therapies and activities. I love how the
activities use regular household items that I already have around the
house. I thoroughly enjoyed this book!