Tiffany is a heartfelt and dedicated writer and mother who seeks to share her voice with other parents — to uplift, inspire, listen, sympathize, and cultivate an environment of shared joy, struggle, and pure love that is the experience of raising a child.
While most of the time she can be found sitting at her laptop, geeking out on compiling new and interesting information to share, she takes every opportunity to get outside and be in nature with her kids. She can often be seen at her local park practicing yoga and standing on her head because sometimes the best ideas come to you when you flip your perspective upside down and let yourself play.
A sensory table is a container and table in one where you can set up fun materials for your child to explore and learn using their hands.
Behavior, Sensory Activities
There are many remedies to handle your child’s sensory meltdown. They vary based on the environment and the type of sensitivities your child experiences.
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