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Looking to get more sensory input, especially for vestibular and proprioceptive needs? Try these Sensory Obstacle Courses made from objects you probably already have lying around your house. Find out what types of activities to include in a well rounded sensory therapy session.

How to turn common household objects and equipment into awesome sensory obstacle courses. Sorted into different categories to keep things well rounded.

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Another pinner said: What I used for an OT activity today. Letter stickers on bubble wrap. Incorporated fine motor, sensory, motor planning, letter recognition, and visual scanning strategies!i could modify and just do color recognition