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Sensory Diet: Parks

19 April, 2012

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.

Swinging.

And it’s not just for the young ones.

Hanging.

(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!

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