Stack Magnetic and/or Weighted Blocks for Sensory Input

Stacking is great for developing eye-hand coordination and motor control. It teaches children to stabilize with the helper hand while stacking with the worker hand- as shown above.

The following blocks are made of small cardboard boxes filled with sound- adding auditory input as well as proprioceptive stimulation from the weight. Proprioception stimulation muscles and joints and promotes motor planning skills. I also attached Velcro to the tops and bottoms to help the blocks to stay in place.

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