Proprioceptive Activities at Home:
When we think of movement, we often think of just the physical portions of movement. Providing movement opportunities for our children is much more than just physical activity. It is an opportunity to provide valuable sensory input to our children’s central nervous systems. We must begin to view movement through the lens of sensory opportunities. Proprioceptive input is a valuable type of sensory input for calming and organizing our children’s central nervous system. This free resource will serve as a quick reference sheet of fun and engaging proprioceptive activities you can do within the walls of your own home.