Sensory processing disorder can present in many different ways. This is a helpful image to allow students to see how someone might feel with this disorder. Website provides very useful information for those researching this neurological disorder.
Knowing the difference between tantrums and sensory meltdown helps you better respond. "To tame tantrums, acknowledge what your child needs without giving in. - To manage a meltdown, help your child find a safe, quiet place to de-escalate.
Everyday Sensory Tools for Everyday Behaviors! I can use this in my classroom by learning the different sensory tools and what behaviors they can help with and then use them to improve the behaviors in my students.