Sensory Diet: Parks
Parks give great opportunities for any child to get some exercise and fresh air, but the different movement opportunities they provide are especially important to a child that has sensory integration problems.
At the park you can climb.
You can spin.
And it’s not just for the young ones.
(he was enjoying this until the moment I took the photo).
You can test out falling, in a safe way.
You can even ride a bike.
And you can test your limitations.
There’s room for imaginative play.
Or even just being silly!
Parks are great!