With the pick-up of seasonal allergies, are you noticing your child seems more sensitive than usual? We often talk about sensory triggers for our children; however, I rarely hear parents talk about how allergies come into play.
Even mild seasonal allergies can be enough to trigger sensory reactions in kids. As a life-long allergy sufferer, I can attest to the fact that when my allergies get riled up, so does my body.
I’ve watched the same reaction in my kids. When my youngest is having a rough allergy day, everything ends up in his mouth — his hands, clothes, stuffed animals, blankets, you name it. He’s looking for an outlet to make himself feel better.
To help our parents whose children have mild allergy issues, I’ve put together suggestions on how you can naturally fight fall allergies in your home and give your sensory kiddo some relief.
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Printable Fall Sensory Activities
- Autumn Handwriting Hunts
- Fall Sensory Motor Activities Bundle
- Autumn Visual Motor Packet
- Fall Brain Breaks
- Fall Fine Motor Activities – Flip and Fill Game
- Fall Multisensory Handwriting Activities
- Fall Visual Perceptual Puzzles
- Fall Yoga Poses Cards
- Pumpkin Sensory Activity Packet
- Sensory Motor Activities for Fall