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The Out-of-Sync Child has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Integration Dysfunction Paperback – January 7, 2003
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Each chapter starts out with a thumbnail sketch of a child with that particular sensory challenge, then give a brief overview of that sensory dysfunction, including a modality. Each activity lists the appropriate age range, the materials needed, what the child can do, and the sensory benefits that the activity offers. Each chapter is like this, so the teacher or parent can select the chapter that best fits the child and go from there. This is also true for the section on SAFE activities for sensory-related skills, such as motor planning, oral-motor skills, fine-motor skills, and bilateral coordination. At the end there is an appendix which includes a glossary of terms relating to sensory integration, recommended materials, a list of places where materials can be ordered from. This book should have been available yesterday and it is not time for children with autism and related disabilities to have FUN while having a sensory processing therapy and there's not better place to start than this book! A DEFINATE MUST HAVE!
The activities are well explained and so do-able in the home. They have been a great stress reliever for our family.
Kranowitz has them organized by category and goes through the benefits and ways to adapt each activity depending on your child's defensiveness. If you have a special needs child you will find this book very helpful.
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This is better for me than the 1st book. As a parent, it's nice to understand stuff, but who has time to read theory? This is happening 24/7. Read morePublished 16 months ago by mandybelle
Great book for parents, caregivers, teachers, therapists, who have or work with children with Sensory Processing Disorders, such as children with Autism or are on the spectrum.Published 19 months ago by kjcb
Great book however I think it applies more for occupational therapyPublished 21 months ago by jskheredia
This book was a great buy! The used condition is not noticeable. I will definitely be looking for more used books!Published on January 30, 2014 by Michele