Looking for Fun Fall Sensory Activities? Individuals with autism (okay, really all of us) often enjoy a variety of sensory activities. When thinking of sensory activities, think of your child’s preferences…visuals, textures, sounds, pressure, smells, tastes. You want to develop sensory activities and spaces that work for your child’s unique needs.
Try one of these…
Leaf Raking -This can be a great sensory activity as well as an exciting physical activity. Make a pile, then jump on in!
Fall Sensory Bins- Fill a jar or bin with fall items such as leaves, pine cones, pumpkin seeds, and then add water.
Carving a pumpkin? The insides can be a great sensory activity. Put the gooey seeds in a bin and you child can play while you carve.
What other fun fall activities have you tried?