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Active Imagination Activity Book. Kelly Tilley, $23.95

50 sensorimotor activities to improve focus, attention, strength and coordination.


Ants in Their Pants: Teaching Children Who Must Move to Learn. Aerial Cross, $44.95

Extra busy children — children who must move to learn — demand non-traditional environments and teaching methods. By focusing on the kinesthetic nature of these children this practical, hands-on resource is filled with transition ideas, sensory-play activities, advice and inspiration for teachers, caregivers and parents.


Arnie and His School Tools: Simple Sensory Solutions That Build Success. Jennifer Veenendall, $24.95

Arnie and His School Tools is an illustrated children's book about an exuberant little boy who had difficulty paying attention in class and doing his school work until he was equipped with the tools to accommodate his sensory needs. Written from Arnie's point of view, the book uses simple language to describe some of the sensory tools and strategies he uses at school and home to help him achieve a more optimal level of alertness and performance. Occupational therapists, teachers and parents will find this book an engaging way to introduce elementary students to basic sensory tools used to help children focus in classroom settings, such as fidgets, chewy pencil toppers, and weighted vests. Additional resources are provided at the end of the book, including definitions of sensory processing and sensory modulation disorder, suggested discussion questions, and lists of related books and websites.

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ASANAS for Autism and Special Needs: Yoga to Help Children with Their Emotions, Self-Regulation and Body Awareness. Shawnee Thornton Hardy, $19.95

This how-to handbook gives parents, teachers, and yoga instructors step-by-step instruction to teach yoga poses to a child with autism or other special needs. They will learn how to teach yoga in a fun and interactive way using games and activities with numerous benefits to the child from teaching body parts to emotional and sensory regulation.

Breaking down yoga instruction pose by pose, body part by body part, breath by breath, this book uses easy-to-understand language and clear photographs to show parents, teachers, yoga instructors, and other professionals how to introduce the life-long benefits of yoga to a child with special needs. These benefits include gaining greater awareness and understanding of the body, learning to self-regulate the nervous system, and developing coping skills to work through difficult emotions such as anger and anxiety. Creative yoga games, activities, relaxation exercises, and chair yoga poses are included to make learning yoga a fun, interactive, and calming experience for children with a wide range of abilities.


Autism and Everyday Executive Function: a Strengths-Based Approach for Improving Attention, Memory, Organization, and Flexibility. Paula Moraine, $30.95

Understand and support executive function in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with this fully-explained, innovative model. Showing how to use an individual's strengths to address executive functioning weaknesses, this approach will also help to build a strong foundation for social and communication skills.

Advocating a person-centred approach, the author describes the importance of identifying the individual's preferred style of engagement and communication, and how sensory experiences impact their thoughts, feelings, and actions. She explains how to use this information to identify the individual's strengths and weaknesses across eight key areas which are the building blocks of executive functions: attention; memory; organization; time management; initiative; behavior; goal setting and flexibility. These areas can be used daily to establish predictability and offer a foundation for interpreting, processing and understanding the world with flexibility. Professionals and parents can also use them as the basis of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), or to create personalized interventions and support at school or at home.


Autism Movement Therapy: AUT-EROBICS DVD. Joanne Lara, $33.95 (68 minutes)

A unique sensory integration breakthrough program of dance and music specifically designed for young people with autism that improves motor and cognitive skills in a fun and creative way.

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Autism Movement Therapy® Method: Waking Up the Brain. Joanne Lara, with Keri Bowers, $26.95

A practical guide to the innovative Autism Movement Therapy® (AMT) approach — structured movement and music classes designed to stimulate the brain, aid sensory processing and decrease problem behaviours in children with autism spectrum disorders. Reflecting a growing interest in the body-brain connection, and incorporating the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, the AMT approach uses music and movement to develop audio, visual, gross motor and spatial awareness skills in children with autism. The book breaks down the components of the typical 45 minute session, from circle games to story dances, and explains how the reader can create their own AMT program. 

This exciting new approach will complement other therapeutic techniques for children on the autism spectrum and can be used by a wide range of professionals, such as teachers, arts therapists and dance instructors, as well as parents and carers.


Autism and the Stress Effect: a 4-Step Lifestyle Approach to Transform Your Child's Health, Happiness and Vitality. Theresa Hamlin, $22.95

Presenting a revolutionary lifestyle approach for the whole family, this step-by-step guide will help you to reduce your child's stress and anxiety levels by regulating their environment, eating and nutrition, energy, and encouraging emotional self-regulation.

Children with autism often experience very high stress levels in learning and social environments, which can exacerbate problem behaviors and damage their physical and emotional health. This book demonstrates that lowering stress levels through regulating a child's experiences and environments, and giving them the tools to cope when stressful situations are unavoidable, can make a huge and very positive difference to their behavior, physical health, socialisation and happiness. Brimming with exercises, recipes, tips and real-life examples, this warm and supportive guide will help you transform the life of your child with autism and benefit the whole family.


The Autistic Child’s Guide: Presenting SPARK* (Self-Regulation Program of Awareness and Resilience in Kids). Heather MacKenzie, $49.95

THE AUTISTIC CHILD’S GUIDE is an innovative, evidence-based program that teaches children how to manage and regulate their behavior, thinking, and emotions more effectively. SPARK* is appropriate for any child ages two to 12, where self-regulation is a concern, such as autism spectrum disorders, fetal alcohol disorders, Fragile X, and attention deficits. This book contains step-by-step lessons that can be implemented by teachers, therapists, assistants, and parents. The SPARK* program is a comprehensive, systematic, and practical way to help children learn self-calming, resilience, and self-advocacy strategies that will last them a lifetime.

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A Buffet of Sensory Interventions: Solutions for Middle and High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Susan Culp, $21.95 

Teaching teens with ASDs to take ownership of their sensory needs by self-advocating and self-regulating is vital as they transition into adulthood. This well-organized, accessible book does just that. Using examples of everyday challenges and proactive strategies for self-regulation, author Susan Culp serves up a fantastic buffet of ways to help sensory-challenged students survive the school environment.


Building Bridges through Sensory Integration: Therapy for Children with Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 3rd Edition. Paula Aquilla, Shirley Sutton & Ellen Yack, $39.95

Written by three experienced occupational therapists, this book offers a combination of theory and strategies. It is a perfect tool for those working with young children, but also broad enough to be adapted for older children and adults. Building Bridges provides creative techniques and useful tips while offering innovative strategies and practical advice for dealing with everyday challenges, including managing behaviors, improving muscle tone, developing social skills, selecting diets, and more. Part one explains the role of the occupational therapists in treatment and examines sensory integration theories. Part two offers methods of identifying sensory problems in children along with numerous strategies and activities. Helpful topics include:

  • What is Occupational Therapy?
  • What is Sensory Integration?
  • What are the Sensory Systems?
  • Identifying Problems with Sensory Integration Strategies for Challenging Behaviors
  • Ideas for Self Care Skills
  • Adapting Home, School, and Child Care Settings

Building Sensory Friendly Classrooms to Support Children with Challenging Behaviors.  Rebecca Moyes, $24.95

Sensory Integration Disorder often manifests as a behavioral problem. This book shows teachers how to incorporate data-driven strategies in designing a classroom that both minimizes stress and improves student productivity.

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Can I Tell You about Sensory Processing Difficulties? A Guide for Friends, Family, and Professionals. Sue Allen, $15.95

Harry explains what happens when the sensory information that we all process throughout the day does not transmit smoothly and leads to challenges in learning, movement or behaviour. He talks about how he can be helped at home and at school and the different types of sensory processing challenges that other children can face.


Can't Play Won't Play: Simply Sizzling Ideas to Get the Ball Rolling for Children with Dyspraxia. Sharon Drew & Elizabeth Atter, $24.95

Learning to roller skate or ride a bike should be an enjoyable experience, but for a child with developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD, also known as dyspraxia), these activities can lead to frustration and failure. Can't Play Won't Play is full of practical information, tips and hints to enable children with DCD to access and enjoy activities that other children take for granted.


Cool Bananas: Favorite Kids’ Rhythms for Calming, Cool Downs and Bedtime Routines. Genevieve Jereb, $23.95

Enchanting favorite children’s songs sung at 50 to 70 bpm (beats per minute) to support the dysregulated child during playtime, bath time, car rides and other unstructured intervals. These soothing rhythms and songs can also be used for quiet times or quiet therapies and bedtime routines.

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Creating Multi-sensory Environments: Practical Ideas for Teaching and Learning. Christopher Davies, $42.50

Multi-sensory environments in the classroom provide a wealth of stimulating learning experiences for all young children whose senses are still under development. CREATING MULTISENSORY ENVIRONMENTS is a highly practical guide to low-cost, easy to assemble multi-sensory environments. With a step-by-step guide to each activity, these creative learning environments focus on multi-sensory experiences and are designed to stimulate all the sensory channels — auditory, visual, kinesthetic, olfactory and gustatory.

Theory and background to multi-sensory learning is provided to enable you to adapt the suggested scenarios according to the needs of individual learners. This practical and easy to use book is an essential companion for busy classroom practitioners wanting to create a stimulating and meaningful learning environment.


Danceland: Songames™ and Activities to Improve Sensory Skills, CD & Booklet . Aubrey Lande, Kristen Fitz Taylor & Cheryl MacDonald, $24.50

20 wonderful, multicultural songs and over 75 active-learning dance activities make this CD and booklet set a dynamic resource for helping kids explore and develop sensory-motor skills.


Early Intervention Games. Barbara Sher, $19.95

A resource of fun games for parents or teachers to help young children learn social and motor skills.

Barbara Sher, an expert occupational therapist and teacher, has written a handy resource filled with games to play with young children who have Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or other sensory processing disorders (SPD). The games are designed to help children feel comfortable in social situations and teach other basic lessons including beginning and end, spatial relationships, hand-eye coordination, and more. Games can also be used in regular classrooms to encourage inclusion and all the games utilize common, inexpensive materials, and include several variations and modifications.

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Ellie Bean the Drama Queen. Jennie Harding, illustrated by David Padgett, $13.50

This is the story of Ellie and what it’s like to have sensory issues — and of how Ellie learned to keep calm and not overreact!


Eurythmics for Autism and Other Neurophysiologic Diagnoses: a Sensorimotor Music-Based Treatment Approach. Dorita Berger, $35.95

The theory and practice of incorporating Eurhythmics movement in music-based sessions. Session plans and case studies are included to illustrate how the treatment can be used with a range of cognitive and sensory issues, such as autism, dementia, PTSD, stroke, and cerebral palsy.

Covering both theory and practice, she explains this innovative, music-based approach and how it can also address cognitive and sensory issues in adults with debilitating conditions, such as dementia or post-traumatic stress disorder. With a particular emphasis on autism, she provides clear and adaptable session plans, suitable for working with children and adults of all ages.


Everyday Games for Sensory Processing Disorder: 100 Playful Activities to Empower Children with Sensory Differences. Barbara Sher, $22.95 (for children ages 1-12)

If you’re looking for new strategies to manage your child's sensory processing disorder, Everyday Games for Sensory Processing Disorder advocates play as the most effective approach for children with SPD, and illustrates the many ways that play can lead to significant breakthroughs, including:

  • 100 fun and simple games for parents to play with their kids
  • An easy-to-grasp overview of sensory processing disorder
  • Inventive ideas for engaging kids, using materials easily found around the house
  • Inclusive games geared toward varying degrees of development, with modifications for older children

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Fuzzy Buzzy Groups for Children with Developmental and Sensory Processing Difficulties: a Step-by-Step Resource. Fiona Brownlee & Lindsay Munro, $34.95

Children with sensory and cognitive difficulties can struggle to interact with their peers, be easily distracted, and have problems coping with change. This easy-to-follow resource will enable professionals to engage with children in a relaxed and fun way that explores sensory experiences. It contains everything you need to run a Fuzzy Buzzy group: from advice for choosing sensory food and drink and criteria for selecting suitable children, to tips for involving parents in the group and sourcing sensory materials. The eight-session programme is ideally suited to children aged 2-5, although this can be adapted to suit individual needs.


The Goodenoughs Get In Sync. Carol Stock Kranowitz, $16.95 (ages 8-12)

The Goodenoughs will charm you with their story about the tough day... when the whole family ended up in the doghouse! This introduction to Sensory Processing Disorder, suitable for eight-to-twelve-year-olds, will help them understand how their senses develop, how to get in sync, and how to appreciate differences.

The book is designed with the action of the story in larger print for younger readers to read or hear. Explanations of sensory processing disorder are woven through the story in regular type for proficient readers to linger over at leisure.


Growing an In-Sync Child: Simple, Fun Activities to Help Every Child Develop, Learn and Grow. Cartol Kranowitz & Joye Newman, $20.00

A fresh and timely approach to understanding the profound impact of motor development on children of all ages and stages, Growing an In-Sync Child provides parents, teachers, and other professionals with the tools to give every child a head start.

Because early motor development is one of the most important factors in a child's physical, emotional, academic, and overall success, the In-Sync Program of sixty adaptable, easy, and fun activities will enhance your child's development, in just minutes a day. Discover how simple movements such as skipping, rolling, balancing, and jumping can make a world of difference for your child — a difference that will last a lifetime.

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Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating: a Step-by-Step Guide for Overcoming Selective Eating, Food Aversion, and Feeding Disorders. Katja Rowell & Jenny McGlothlin, $22.95

In Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating, a family doctor specializing in childhood feeding joins forces with a speech pathologist to help you support your child's nutrition, healthy growth, and end meal-time anxiety (for your child and you) once and for all.

Are you parenting a child with 'extreme' picky eating? Do you worry your child isn't getting the nutrition he or she needs? Are you tired of fighting over food, suspect that what you've tried may be making things worse, but don't know how to help? Having a child with 'extreme' picky eating is frustrating and sometimes scary. Children with feeding disorders, food aversions, or selective eating often experience anxiety around food, and the power struggles can negatively impact your relationship with your child. Children with extreme picky eating can also miss out on parties or camp because they can't find “safe” foods. But you don't have to choose between fighting over every bite and only serving a handful of safe foods for years on end.

Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating offers hope, even if your child has “failed” feeding therapies before. After gaining a foundation of understanding of your child's challenges and the dynamics at play, you'll be ready for the five steps (built around the clinically proven STEPS+ approach-Supportive Treatment of Eating in PartnershipS) that transform feeding and meals so your child can learn to enjoy a variety of foods in the right amounts for healthy growth. You'll discover specific strategies for dealing with anxiety, low appetite, sensory challenges, autism spectrum-related feeding issues, oral motor delay, and medically-based feeding problems. Tips and exercises reinforce what you've learned, and dozens of “scripts” help you respond to your child in the heat of the moment, as well as to others in your child's life (grandparents or your child's teacher) as you help them support your family on this journey. This book will prove an invaluable guide to restore peace to your dinner table and help you raise a healthy eater.


How to Be a Superhero Called Self-Control: Super Powers to Help Younger Children to Regulate Their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, illustrated by Apsley, $22.95

Meet Self-Control, a superhero who wants to teach young children his super powers of self-control! Anxiety, frustration, anger, and other difficult feelings won't stand a chance against their new-found powers. Self-Control teaches children with emotional and sensory regulation difficulties aged approximately 4-7 how to calm themselves using self-massage, deep pressure, breathing exercises, and activities such as making an imaginary list and finding their own peaceful place. This illustrated book also features an appendix with photocopiable super power charts, reinforcers, and reminder tools to ensure that parents, teachers, and other professionals can support children in upholding superhero strategies even after the book has been read.

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I'll Tell You Why I Can't Wear Those Clothes! Talking about Tactile Defensiveness. Noreen O'Sullivan, $17.95

Do you know a child who hates the feel of certain items of clothing? This book is a child's perspective on a largely unrecognized condition called tactile defensiveness, a physical condition that causes hypersensitivity to certain touch sensations. Intended for adults and children to read together, the illustrated book explains reasons a child may become emotionally overwhelmed by daily routines such as putting on clothing, socks and shoes. The workbook format allows children to express and explore their own feelings through drawings or words, in order to explain their misunderstood behavior.

A perfect book for children, families, teachers, therapists and other professionals dealing with tactile defensiveness suitable to be read with children aged four and above.


Improving Sensory Processing in Traumatized Children: Practical Ideas to Help Your Child's Movement, Coordination, and Body Awareness. Sarah Lloyd, $19.95

Early trauma and neglect can have a profound effect upon a child's development. Sensory integration theory offers a way of understanding how the brain processes and stores movement experience, and how these experiences manifest at a physical and emotional level. This book explains how early movement experiences affect brain development and gives examples of how trauma can prevent basic sensory processing pathways from being correctly established. It shows how you can identify gaps in normal sensory development and offers ideas for how you can use physical activities to help build up the underdeveloped systems. Good bodily awareness forms the foundation of motor development as well as social and emotional skills and learning. This book will help your child to be more in tune with themselves and their bodies and feel more comfortable in their environment.

Highly accessible with lots of practical tips and examples, this book is written for adoptive and foster parents, and will also be useful for social workers, fostering and adoption workers and those working in primary and early years educational settings.


Improving Speech and Eating Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders — An Oral Motor Program for Home and School. Maureen Flanagan, $22.95

Improving Speech and Eating Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders shows how improved oral movement patterns facilitate the development of eating skills, speech production and communication. The treatment program helps to increase the variety of foods in the child's diet, improve the child's ability to accept touch inside and around the mouth, and expand the number of sounds the child produces-and thereby improving overall functioning.

Parents and teachers are given concrete examples of how to set up the treatment environment to achieve optimal performance from the child, including how to structure their own language to enhance the child's processing of auditory information. Further, lots of activities and other ideas are offered, along with case stories showing how this successful program works with children of various ages and ability levels. A detailed overview of effective alternative therapy techniques is also included.

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Insights into Sensory Issues: Answers to Sensory Challenges. Kathleen Morris, $21.50

A collection of articles from the outstanding magazine on sensory integration, S.I. Focus.


The In-Sync Activity Card Book: 50 Simple Activities to Help Children Develop, Learn, and Grow! Joye Newman & Carol Kranowitz, $26.95

These two experienced authors have over seventy combined years of teaching experience, and now share their experience and ideas. Using these handy cards, parents and teachers can help kids grow, learn, and develop to the best of their abilities!

Divided into beginner, intermediate, and advanced, each card tells you why and how the activity works, what props you may need, and ways to make it more challenging.  It also tells you what to look for, to make sure a child is getting the most out of the activity.


It's Haircut Time! Michele Griffin, $13.95

How one little boy overcomes his fear of haircuts.


Jumpin’ Jelly Beans. Gen Jereb & Friends, $23.95 CD

Using the principles of sensory processing theory, Gen Jereb creates fun, engaging and ready-to-roll music and rhythmic activities for children with attention, motor and regulation difficulties.

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The Kids' Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control: Simple Stuff to Help Children Regulate their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, Illustrated by Apsley, $25.95

Packed with simple ideas to regulate the emotions and senses, this book will help children tackle difficult feelings head-on and feel awesome and in control! From breathing exercises, pressure holds and finger pulls, to fidgets, noise-reducing headphones and gum, the book is brimming with fun stuff to help kids feel cool, calm and collected. They will learn how to label difficult feelings, choose the perfect strategies and tools to tackle them, and use these correctly whether at home or at school. The strategies and tools are accompanied by cartoon-style illustrations, and the author includes useful tips for parents and teachers as well as handy visual charts and checklists to track learning and progress.

Armed with this book, kids will be well on their way to managing difficult emotions and feeling just right in whatever situation life throws at them! Suitable for children with emotional and sensory processing difficulties aged approximately 7 to 14 years.


Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses: the Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide. John Taylor, $20.95

This concise and easy-to-read book will help kids of all ages learn to stop overreacting and overcome their sensory problems. This useful guide includes information for parents, teachers and OTs working with kids who are sensory defensive.


Learn to Move, Move to Learn! Sensorimotor Early Childhood Activity Themes. Jenny Clark Brack, $48.50; DVD $37.95

Jam-packed with creative theme-based group lessons, this resource follows a sensory integrated developmental sequence consisting of seven activities related to the theme. For maximum flexibility, suggestions for adaptation and modification for individual students are included, along with instructions for how to develop additional lessons. The companion DVD, Learn to Move, Move to Learn: Dinosaurs, gives a first-hand view of real children engaged in a dinosaur theme-based sensorimotor lesson and thus sparks ideas for other similar activities.

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Learning in Motion: 101+ Sensory Activities for the Classroom. Patricia Angermeier, Joan Krzyzanowski & Kristina Keller Moir, $53.95

Ideal for preschool, kindergarten and primary classes, each of the 101+ activities in Learning in Motion has been developed to attract and keep children’s interest by using a multi-sensory approach in order to improve each child’s learning and behavior. Activities are organized by month so educators can quickly choose activities that correspond with seasons, holidays and educational goals throughout the year.


The Littlest Inventor. Mandi Mathis, $15.95

The Littlest Inventor is a brilliantly colored picture book featuring a smart, sensitive boy with sensory issues. These issues make it challenging to experience something most of us have no problem with, like a simple trip to the grocery store. But, by being both self-aware and proactive, the Littlest Inventor can help himself succeed in the very task he finds most difficult. He invents his own resources and tools to make the trip fun!

For those with sensory processing disorder, life can often be overwhelming. But, when equipped with knowledge to help ourselves and confidence to be ourselves, life becomes not just manageable, but enjoyable.


Living Sensationally: Understanding Your Senses. Winnie Dunn, $24.95

How do you feel when you bite into a pear… wear a feather boa… stand in a noisy auditorium… or look for a friend in a crowd?

It's likely that one of these situations would be pleasant for you and perhaps one would be unpleasant. Some people will adore the grainy texture of a pear, while others will shudder at the idea of this texture in their mouths. Touching a feather boa will be fun and luxurious to some, and others will bristle at the idea of all those feathers brushing on the skin. Noisy, busy environments will energize some people, and will overwhelm others.

These different reactions reflect people's individual sensory patterns, which in turn affect the way we react to everything that happens to us throughout the day. Living Sensationally identifies four major sensory types: Seekers, Bystanders, Avoiders and Sensors. The author helps readers to find their own patterns and the patterns of those around them, and then offers suggestions for harnessing this knowledge to make their lives more in synch with their sensations.

Living Sensationally provides practical sensory ideas for individuals, families and businesses. Armed with the information in Living Sensationally, people will be able to pick just the right kind of clothing, job and home and know why they are making such choices.

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Making Sense of Your Senses: a Workbook for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder. Judy Christopher Auer & Michelle Auer, $22.95

Help your child to overcome sensory overload — one activity at a time.

These 40 simple, fun activities teach kids to integrate their senses, develop coordination, and to practice self-calming skills. These techniques can be used anytime they feel overwhelmed or have the urge to seek out intense sensory experiences. Before long, your child will be better able to tolerate everyday sensations and prevent simulation overload.


Mixed Signals: Understanding and Treating Your Child’s Sensory Processing Issues. Mary Lashno, $22.95

Occupational therapist Mary Lashno educates parents about why some children's sensory systems experience are over- or under-stimulated and what can be done to treat the condition so children can learn and be a part of daily activities. Mixed Signals also helps parents recognize when behavior is a characteristic of another condition, such as, and when it's due to poor sensory processing.

With the help of case studies, the author provides many examples of how children with poor sensory processing react differently to sensory input than children with normal sensory systems. Parents learn how to interpret behaviors and detect when a child may be over-stimulated or under-stimulated. A discussion of strategies and interventions explains how therapists and families can work with children to help develop an individualized plan to calm or awaken sensory receptors so kids can function better and begin to tolerate a wider range of sensory information.


Movement Based Learning for Children of All Abilities. Cecilia Koester, $35.50

This book emphasizes the basic developmental movement patterns that enhance neurological function. Each of us has a foundation of neurological patterns that allow us to continually learn and grow. If the foundation is lacking or weak we then must go back and reinforce learning at this level of primitive reflexes or developmental movement patterns. This book gives hands-on methods and techniques that will allow each and every child to reach their greatest potential. 

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A Moving Child Is a Learning Child: How the Body Teaches the Brain to Think: Gill Connell, Cheryl McCarthy, $43.50 (Birth to Age 7) 

Just as kids’ bodies need specific nutrients for good health, they also need a balanced diet of physical activity to help them reach their potential. Authors Gill Connell and Cheryl McCarthy connect the dots that link brain activity, motor and sensory development, movement, and early learning. They unveil the Kinetic Scale: a visual map of the active learning needs of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and primary graders (from “snugglers” to “skedaddlers”) that fits each child’s individual timetable. 

Teachers and caregivers will find a wealth of information, actionable tips, and games they can use to support children’s healthy development — all presented in a lively, full-color format with demonstrative diagrams and photos. A final section offers easy-to-implement “Smart Steps at Play” activities geared to the Kinetic Scale. Downloadable digital content includes printable versions of charts, “Motorvator” games, and activities from the book; a PowerPoint presentation for use in professional development; handouts and activities for parents; and bonus “Smart Steps at Play” activities.

Grounded in best practices and current research, A MOVING CHILD IS A LEARNING CHILD is both a hands-on resource for any classroom teacher, care provider, or parent and an ideal tool for coaches, mentors, and professional development trainers.


Multisensory Rooms and Environments: Controlled Sensory Experiences for People with Profound and Multiple Disabilities. Susan Fowler, $61.95

This unique resource offers guidance and materials to aid those developing multisensory environments — artificially engineered spaces that encourage relaxation, social skills and learning by stimulating the five senses. Particularly useful for those working with people with multiple disabilities, this resource explains the theory underlying multisensory environments, describes the different types, and outlines the practicalities of planning, setting up and equipping a multisensory space. The resource also features useful checklists and tools for creating multisensory experiences in both designed and everyday settings, such as the kitchen, bathroom, garden or beach.

Multisensory Environments is published using photocopy-friendly lay-flat binding.

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My Sensory Book: Working Together to Explore Sensory Issues and the Big Feelings They Can Cause: a Workbook for Parents, Professionals, and Children. Lauren Kerstein, $24.50

My Sensory Book is a workbook designed to assist children with establishing a clearer understanding of their sensory systems and the impact sensory input may have on their emotions. The book provides clear descriptions and specific information about sensory systems and illustrates the link that can exist between sensory input and emotions. The workbook includes activity opportunities for self exploration in the areas of sensory systems, arousal levels, and emotions and walks children (and their adults) through determining a personal plan for difficult situations.


No Longer a Secret. Doreit Bialer & Lucy Jane Miller, $21.50

Unique, common-sense strategies for children with sensory or motor challenges.


No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-of-Control Behavior. Jed Baker, with a foreword by Carol Stock Kranowitz, $19.95

Meltdowns are stressful for both child and adult. Author of the award-winning Social Skills Picture Book series, Dr. Jed Baker offers parents and teachers strategies for understanding, preventing and managing meltdowns. His 20+ years of experience working with children on the autism spectrum, combined with his personal experiences raising his own children, have yielded time-tested strategies, and results.

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OT for Children with Autism, DVD. Britt Collins, $33.95 (DVD, 45 minutes)

This DVD introduces parents to Occupational Therapy (OT) and what it can for a child who has difficulties with organization and/or sensory dysfunction. Occupational Therapist Britt Collins combines traditional OT exercises with Applied Behavior Analysis to various skills which can assist in desensitizing a child and help to integrate sensory awareness into a family’s daily routines.


The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up: Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder in the Adolescent and Young Adult Years. Carol Stock Kranowitz, $23.00

The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up will be the new bible for the vast audience of parents whose children, already diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder, are entering the adolescent, tween, and teen years, as well as those who do not yet have a diagnosis and are struggling to meet the challenges of daily life. This book picks up where The Out-of-Sync Child left off, offering practical advice on living with SPD, covering everyday challenges as well as the social and emotional issues that many young people with SPD face.

Topics include strategies for coping with the sensory aspects of grooming, social lives and dating, playing sports and music, and other issues, as well as how to find support and help from loved ones, occupational therapy, and other resources. Carol Kranowitz’s insights are supplemented by first-person accounts of adolescents and teens with SPD, sharing their experiences and hard-won lessons with readers and adding a powerful personal dimension to the book.


Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder. Carol Kranowitz, $17.50

The OUT-OF-SYNC CHILD broke new ground by identifying Sensory Processing Disorder, a common but frequently misdiagnosed problem in which the central nervous system misinterprets messages from the senses. This newly revised edition features additional information from recent research on vision and hearing deficits, motor skill problems, nutrition and picky eaters, ADHA, autism, and other related disorders. 

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Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder: a Family Guide to Understanding & Supporting Your Sensory Sensitive Child. Christopher Auer, $24.95

Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder offers a comprehensive guide to parenting a child with SPD and integrating his or her care with the needs of the whole family. The book introduces SPD and offers an overview of what it means to advocate for a child with the condition. It describes a range of activities that help strengthen family relationships, improve communication about the disorder, and deal with problem situations and conditions a child with SPD may encounter. Throughout, the book stresses the importance of whole-family involvement in the care of a child with SPD, especially the roles fathers play in care-giving.


Picky, Picky Pete: a Boy and His Sensory Challenges. Michele Griffin, $20.50

Pete thinks his clothes are too scratchy, and he hates things with lumps. Getting through a typical school day is a challenge for this boy with sensory issues!


The Pocket Occupational Therapist for Families of Children with Special Needs. Cara Koscinski, $25.95

If you are unsure about what occupational therapy (OT) is and how it can help your child, this accessible overview is for you. Answering all of the common questions about the issues an occupational therapist might address with a child with special needs, including core muscle strength, feeding, fine motor skills, sensory sensitivities, transitions and life-skills, this book also offers simple activities to practice at home that are inexpensive, fun and, most-importantly, OT-approved.

This will be an illuminating and essential guide for parents and carers of children with physical and developmental disabilities or parents of children in rehabilitation from illness or injury. Professionals who want to learn more about the principles and practicalities of occupational therapy will also find it useful.

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Raising Kids with Sensory Processing Disorders: a Week-by-Week Guide to Solving Everyday Sensory Issues. Rondalyn Whitney & Varleisha Gibbs, $21.95

Whether it's removing tags from clothing or using special dimmed lighting when they study, kids with sensory disorders or special sensory needs often require adaptations in their everyday lives in order to find success in school and beyond. Taking a look at the most common sensory issues kids face, RAISING KIDS WITH SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDERS offers a compilation of unique, proven strategies that parents can implement to help their children move beyond their sensory needs and increase their performance on tasks like homework, field trips, transitions between activities, bedtime, holidays, and interactions with friends. Written by parents and occupational therapists, the book shows parents how to characterize their child's sensory issues into one of several profiles that they can then use to find the best adaptations and changes to their everyday routines.


Raising a Sensory Smart Child: the Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Integration Issues, 2nd Edition. Lindsey Biel & Nancy Peske, $18.00

For children who have difficulty processing everyday sensations and exhibit unusual behaviors such as avoiding or seeking out touch, movement, sounds, and sights, this groundbreaking book is an invaluable resource. Coauthored by a pediatric occupational therapist and a parent of a child with SI dysfunction, this updated and expanded edition of Raising a Sensory Smart Child is an indispensable guide for parents, therapists, and teachers who will turn to it again and again.


Say G’Day: Sensory Integration through Rhythm and Song. Genevieve Jereb, $23.95

  • Movement songs to enhance attention, alertness and body awareness
  • Respiration songs that help support attention, learning and self regulation
  • Rhythmic entrainment songs to regulate, calm and organize the body
  • Calming/cooling down songs

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Self-Reg: How to Help Your Child (and You) Break the Stress Cycle and Successfully Engage with Life. Stuart Shanker, $34.00

There is no such thing as a bad kid. According to world-renowned psychologist Stuart Shanker, even the most frustrating, annoying or troubling behaviour has an explanation. That means there is a way to make things better.

Shanker's research has shown that for every child and every adult the ability to thrive — to complete tasks, form friendships, learn, and even love — depends on being able to self-regulate. In the past twenty years neurobiological research has been showing us a lot about brain states, and what is clear now is that the ability to self-regulate in response to stress is central. There are dramatic consequences to looking at a child's behaviour through the lens of self-regulation. Above all it discards the knee-jerk reaction that a child who is having trouble paying attention, controlling his impulses, or who gives up easily on a difficult task, is somehow weak or lacks self-discipline, or is not making a great enough effort to apply himself.

According to Shanker, the ability to deal effectively with stress is limited, though. Like a tank of gas, our energy reserves eventually dwindle, leaving a kid — or an adult — simply unable to control his or her impulses. And what draws down our reserves? Excessive stress. Stress of all kinds, from social anxiety to an uncomfortable chair. Reduce the stress loads, and problems quickly dissipate. Dr. Shanker offers practical, prescriptive advice for parents — giving them concrete ways to develop their own self-regulation skills and teach their children to do the same.


Self-Regulation for Kids K-12: Strategies for Calming Minds and Behavior.  Patricia Tollison, Katherine Synatschk & Gaea Logan, $53.95

Organized as both a text about self-regulation and a step-by-step, practical guide to developing a program for helping children and adolescents, this text is a valuable resource for counselors, teachers, and behavior specialists.


Sensational Journeys: 48 Personal Stories of Sensory Processing Disorder. Hartley Steiner, $16.50

Walk in the shoes of these 48 families as they laugh, learn and navigate their way to a deeper understanding of what Sensory Processing Disorder means.

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Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder. Lucy Jane Miller $20.00

Imagine, for a moment, that you are a parent of a child with no visible disability, but whose experiences of everyday life present constant challenges. What may be typical activities for most people — eating, dressing, making friends, taking a spelling test, responding to a hug - are a struggle, often resulting in social, emotional, and academic problems. This is the bewildering and largely uncharted world of Sensory Processing Disorder, a complex brain disorder affecting one in twenty children.

Dr. Miller identifies the disorder and its four major subtypes, provides insight into assessment and diagnosis, and suggests treatment options and strategies, including the importance of occupational therapy and parental involvement. Portraits of five children illustrate the different ways in which SPD may manifest itself as well as how families cope, while offering hope and advice to parents on how to be the best possible advocates for their children.


Sensitive Sam. Marla Roth-Fisch, $16.95 (ages 6-11)

Sam’s sensory adventure has a happy ending.


Sensitive Sam Visits the Dentist. Marla Roth-Fisch, $19.95

Going to the dentist can be frightening to many kids, but especially those with sensory issues and autism. In her marvelous second book, Marla Roth-Fisch explores a trip to the dentist with our protagonist, Sensitive Sam. Join Sensitive Sam as he learns to understand and overcome his fear of the dentist!

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Sensorcises: Active Enrichment for the Out-of-Step Learner. Laurie Glazener, $19.95

All young students sometimes need a little extra help developing their senses. And many kids who are labeled as “problem students” simply lack the physical skills necessary to sit still, pay attention or even hold a pencil. Sensorcises helps students develop the very basic sensory skills needed for learning. Learn how to address the needs of these learners and help them develop the sensory motor skills they need to succeed.

In this invigorating book, the author explores the REAL technique — Relax, Energize, Activate and Lead. By providing clear, step-by-step instructions, this book shows you how to design activity sequences to help students with sensory dysfunction as well as all the other learners in your K-5 classes. The author makes it incredibly easy to incorporate these exercises into any curriculum. Each research-based activity is fully described and illustrated with photographs to assist with classroom implementation. Sensorcises are the perfect way to boost energy levels while helping students focus their mind, body, and senses on achieving success.


The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids. Karen Dalgliesh, $18.99

Sensory Kids — like those with sensory processing disorder, anxiety disorder, AD/HD, autism, bipolar disorder, and OCD — often feel frustrated and overwhelmed, creating stress in everyday life for the whole family. Now, with THE SENSORY CHILD GETS ORGANIZED, there’s help and hope.

As a professional organizer and parent of a sensory child, Carolyn Dalgliesh knows firsthand the struggles parents face in trying to bring out the best in their rigid, anxious, or distracted children. She provides simple, effective solutions that help these kids thrive at home and in their day-to-day activities, and in this book you’ll learn how to:

  • Understand what makes your sensory child tick
  • Create harmonious spaces through sensory organizing
  • Use structure and routines to connect with your child
  • Prepare your child for social and school experiences
  • Make travel a successful and fun-filled journey

The Sensory Connection: an OT and SLP Team Approach. Nancy Kashman & Janet Mora, $21.95

Drawing on their extensive collective experience in developing and implementing treatment programs for use in home, school or clinical settings, Kashman and Mora provide practical and workable strategies for helping children and adults with sensory and communication disorders.

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The Sensory Detective Curriculum Discovering Sensory Processing and How It Supports Attention, Focus, and Regulation Skills. Paula Aquilla, $34.50

Understanding our sensory processing ability helps us to understand our likes, dislikes, and regulation style; i.e., the strategies we use to help keep ourselves in a calm, alert state. The calm, alert state is the state necessary for learning! Knowing how to stay regulated is a life skill. This ability enables us to function in different environments, in different situations, and with different people.

The Sensory Detective Curriculum is a resource that can be used in a school setting to enable children to learn more about themselves and others. It meets learning goals in science and social studies and can provide a platform to discuss how we behave and communicate with each other. Opening this discussion can help us understand how tensions can rise, how bullying can happen, and how children in our own classroom can feel lonely, isolated and misunderstood. The Sensory Detective Curriculum enables students to discover sensory processing and how it supports attention, focus and regulation skills. Learning adventures include: the neurology of sensory processing, how sensory processing supports the nervous system to pay attention and focus, how emotion is connected to sensory processing and regulation. Each chapter has fun activities for students to not only deepen their understanding but to apply this understanding to their own classroom.


Sensory Integration and the Child: Understanding Hidden Sensory Challenges, Revised 25th Anniversary Edition. Jean Ayres, revised and updated by Pediatric Therapy Network $35.95

This classic handbook, from the originator of sensory integration theory, is now available in an updated, parent-friendly edition, retaining all the features that made the original edition so popular with both parents and professionals. With a new foreword by Dr. Florence Clark and commentaries by recognized experts in sensory integration, this volume explains sensory integrative dysfunction, how to recognize it, and what to do about it. Helpful tips, checklists, question-and-answer sections, and parent resources make the new edition more informative and useful. Indispensable reading for parents, this book is also an excellent way to improve communication between therapist, parents, and teachers.


Sensory Integration: a Guide for Preschool Teachers. Christy Isbell & Rebecca Isbell, $23.95

SENSORY INTEGRATION: A GUIDE FOR PRESCHOOL TEACHERS helps you identify children who have difficulties with sensory processing, and it offers simple, easy-to-use solutions to support the sensory needs of young children in the preschool classroom. Easy-to-implement solutions include adaptations and activities for children with different types of Sensory Processing Disorder. This book has a bonus chapter with instructions for creating low-cost items to help children with sensory issues.

Chapters cover concepts such as:

  • Explaining Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Defining sensory avoiders, seekers, and under-responders
  • Designing the environment to support the sensory development of all children
  • Helping preschoolers with sensory processing problems
  • Providing practical solutions to meet the needs of individual children during daily routines
  • Building and creating low-cost items such as a tire swing, sand pillow, and incline board to give children opportunities to get the sensory input they need

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Sensory Issues and High-Functioning Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders: Practical Solutions for Making Sense of the World. Brenda Smith Myles, Kelly Mahler & Lisa Robbins, $29.50

Using the same product and easy-to-read format as the first edition, this newly expanded book explains how many children with high-functioning ASD relate to the world through their senses. The book reviews sensory processing terminology and how the sensory systems impact behavior. An expanded discussion of assessment tools is followed by a comprehensive chapter on evidence-based interventions. Finally, a new chapter looks at meeting a student's sensory needs throughout the day and across environments using simple and easy-to-use forms and checklists. 


Sensory Issues for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Diarmuid Heffernan, $23.95

Understanding sensory issues can be the key to overcoming them. Using this practical guide, individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) can begin to understand their sensory difficulties and learn how to create a tailored plan for overcoming specific everyday challenges.

Learn how the senses work and how sensory systems can function differently for people with ASD, leading to sensory perceptual issues. What are the difficulties that can arise at work, college, home, or in public or cyberspaces? Practical strategies and creating a unique 'sensory plan', based on frequently encountered environments and situations, will help any adult with ASD to overcome these sensory difficulties.


Sensory Issues in Learning & Behavior DVD. Carol Kranowitz, $139.95 (Updated and re-titled version of the DVD, “The Out-of-Sync Child”)

In this 3-hour DVD of a live presentation, Carol Kranowitz offers sensory strategies and activities that are applauded around the world. Carol discusses research in SPD and shares her 25 years of teaching experience. For every kind of sensory need, she has a story that illustrates how a child may behave. She suggests techniques that work (and some that don’t) and fun and functional activities that are sure to be a hit with your young child or student, no matter what his or her sensory needs are.

Carol discusses recent research in SPD by the world’s top investigators, the six types of SPD and how they can affect the daily lives of children, possible co-existing problems (e.g., visual, auditory, eating, sleeping, and emotional difficulties) and available treatment and therapy options.

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Sensory Parenting from Newborns to Toddlers. Britt Collins & Jackie Linder Olson, $27.95

Sensory Parenting: the Elementary Years. Britt Collins & Jackie Linder Olson, $22.95

All of us have a sensory issue at one time or another and most of us learn to adapt or to avoid the things that irritate us without giving them a second thought. But for children with sensory processing disorders, even the simplest daily activities can create anxiety and stress that challenge the entire family’s ability to cope.  

These two books offer a wealth of information for parents of kids with sensory issues, loaded with tips and solutions to manage everyday situations and get to the bottom of the challenging behaviors, while helping parents to understand their child’s sensory world.


Sensory Perceptual Issues in Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Olga Bogdashina, $33.95

Despite frequently being identified by individuals with autism as one of the main problems they face, sensory perceptual issues are still often overlooked by professionals. The author covers the sensory perceptual experiences and sensitivities seen in autism spectrum conditions, and the cognitive differences caused by them. She considers assessment and intervention, and makes practical recommendations for selecting appropriate methods and techniques to eliminate sensory perceptual problems and enhance individual strengths.

Brought up-to-date with current research and the latest thinking on autism, this book enables teachers, parents, professionals and individuals with autism fully to understand and address the problematic aspects of the sensory perceptual differences of people with autism spectrum conditions.

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Sensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens. Lindsey Biel, $35.00

Many children and teens suffer from sensory challenges, meaning that they have unusual reactions to certain sensory experiences that most of us find commonplace. These challenges can range from moderate to severe — from an aversion to bright lights or the feel of anything remotely abrasive, to stopping short in panic every time a loud noise or siren is heard, or having an oral tactile sensitivity that prevents normal feeling in the mouth and hinders feeding. Accompanying these sensory issues — the full-blown version of which is called “sensory processing disorder” (SPD) — can be a range of behavioral problems like OCD and anxiety, and more severely, Asperger’s and autism.

This book equips clinicians with all the information they need to know to accurately identify sensory sensitivities in their child clients: how to pay attention to sensory issues and recognize when a client is struggling; how these issues factor into the behavioral problems at hand; and how best to partner with the right professionals to help kids at home and in school.


Sensory Processing Disorder: Simulations & Solutions for Parents, Teachers and Therapists. Jenny Clark Brack, $40.95 (DVD format, 25 minutes)

Sensory Processing Disorder Kit: Simulations & Solutions for Parents, Teachers and Therapists. Jenny Clark Brack. Kit only $49.95; Kit & DVD $61.95

Nothing like first hand experience to help you understand! The Sensory Processing Disorder DVD presents basic information about sensory systems along with simple solutions for how to deal with sensory challenges both at home and at school. Viewers will experience what it feels like to have a sensory processing disorder by engaging in simulated exercises for a variety of sensory-processing difficulties. The Sensory Processing Disorder Kit includes the necessary materials for these exercises.


The Sensory Processing Disorder Answer Book: Practical Answers to the Top 250 Questions Parents Ask. Tara Delaney, $27.99

Written in a practical question and answer format, The Sensory Processing Disorder Answer Book will help parents, caregivers and educators understand SPD and how to best help the child affected.

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The Sensory-Sensitive Child. Karen A. Smith and Karen R. Gouze, $16.99

Practical solutions for out-of-bounds behavior from practicing child psychologists who are also parents of children with sensory integration problems. Learn strategies to prevent problems, defuse crises, and help your child succeed at home, and school and with friends.


Sensory Stories for Children and Teens with Special Educational Needs: a Practical Guide. Joanna Grace, $34.95

Sensory Stories are short stories of a few lines which are brought to life through a selection of meaningful sensory experiences. They are particularly beneficial for students with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other special educational needs (SEN). This accessible guide offers teachers, other professionals working with students with SEN and parents with a complete step-by-step guide to creating and using Sensory Stories effectively. Aiming to make Sensory Stories affordable and accessible to schools and parents alike by using everyday items found in the classroom and home, Joanna Grace provides original, ready-to-use Sensory Stories with accompanying lesson plans, games and activities and adaptations for different abilities and diagnoses. 


The Sensory Team Handbook: a Hands-On Tool to Help Young People Make Sense of Their Senses. Nancy Mucklow, $28.95

The Sensory Team Handbook is the first book on sensory processing written for pre-teens and young teens. Upbeat, humorous, and hands-on, each chapter is stuffed with comics, cartoons, diagrams, quizzes, trivia and question-answer sections. The handbook compares the senses to a sports team in need of a coach and then shows the reader how to become that coach. This unique sensory team approach turns therapy into something kids can do by and for themselves. Entirely jargon-free, and written in simple, everyday language, The Sensory Team Handbook will inspire kids and teens to take charge of their own sensory issues.

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Simple Low-Cost Games and Activities for Sensorimotor Learning: a Sourcebook of Ideas for Young Children Including Those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Learning Differences. Lisa Kurtz, $29.95

This practical sourcebook is packed full of fun, low-cost games and activities that encourage the development of motor skills, coordination and sensory tolerance in young children. Using materials that are readily-available in most households or that can be purchased or homemade at a very low cost, these games and activities are appropriate for all children, including those with autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and other learning challenges. The book includes clear descriptions of how to carry out each activity, helpful illustrations, and ways to adapt activities according to the child's individual needs. In addition, a comprehensive reference guide to the activities enables easy searching for games suited to the development of particular skills.

This sourcebook is the key to easy-to-understand, low-cost, and effective games and activities that will support the development of sensorimotor skills. It is a useful tool for parents, carers, therapists, and teachers of children with or without special needs.


So Loud it Hurts! Elaheh Bos, $19.95

Gus loves almost everything about his birthday. But when the sounds become too loud, he feels overwhelmed and needs to remember what silence feels like.

This book is a starting point to help children with sound sensitivity take control of what is happening to them.


Songames for Sensory Processing: 25 Therapist Created Musical Activities for Improving Fine and Gross Motor Skills, Muscle Strength, and Rhythmicity. Aubrey Lande, et al, $28.50 (Book & 2 CD set)

Fun and engaging for kids ages 3-8, SONGAMES are musical activities for improving fine-and gross-motor skills, muscle strength, and rhythmicity. These 25 therapist-created SONGAMES offer a world of developmental play activities. Plus, the 53-page companion booklet explains how to use music to enhance specific skills, provides a comprehensive list of resources, and triples the number of therapeutic ways to use the games! 

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Speak, Move, Play and Learn with Children on the Autism Spectrum. Lois Jean Brady, America Gonzalez, Maciej Zawadki & Corinda Presley, $34.95

Activities to boost communication skills, sensory integration and coordination using simple ideas from speech and language pathology and occupational therapy.


Starting Sensory Therapy: Fun Activities for the Home or Classroom. Bonnie Arnwine, $22.95

STARTING SENSORY THERAPY offers 100+ activities and games for children with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPDs). Parent of a son with SPD, author Bonnie Arnwine chose activities that require minimal time, money, and clean-up. Most “ingredients” are already on hand: empty yogurt cups, string, soap, Kool-aid, flour, paper plates, etc. If the kids tire of an activity, an “Extend It!” section shows how to use the same ingredients in new and different ways. Kids have fun while activities exercise the seven sensory “muscles”: the visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, oral, vestibular, and proprioceptive senses. Activities can be enjoyed with others, so children also benefit from interacting socially with their peers, parents, and teachers.


Supporting Children with Dyspraxia and Motor Coordination Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Susan Coulter, Lesley Kynman, Elizabeth Morling, Rob Grayson & Jill Wing, $55.95

Offering practical tips and strategies on how to meet the needs of children and young people with dyspraxia and other coordination difficulties in a range of educational settings, this book features timesaving checklists, templates and photocopiable resources to support professional development. The wide-ranging and accessible chapters explore topics including:

  • Identification of different types of motor co-ordination difficulties
  • Implications for classroom practice
  • Understanding core skill development
  • Assessment practices

Written by practitioners, for practitioners, it also contains a wealth of tried and tested strategies and provides clear best-practice guidance for developing outstanding provision in inclusive settings.

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A Teacher’s Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder CD. Carol Kranowitz & Stacey Sklut, $21.95

In this audio companion to the book, Answers to Questions Teachers Ask about Sensory Integration, Carol Kranowitz and Stacey Szklut discuss how to teach children with sensory processing problems. This 2-CD set offers help for teachers and other school professionals who are trying to reach kids with sensory difficulties and help them succeed in the classroom, and in life.


Teaching the Moving Child: OT Insights that Will Transform Your K-3 Classroom. Sybil Berkey, $38.50

Because sensorimotor and environmental factors have a profound effect on children's learning, every teacher should know how to weave strategies from occupational therapy into their everyday instruction so all students can achieve their full potential.

A clear and reader-friendly guide from an OT with nearly 35 years of classroom experience, Teaching the Moving Child gives elementary educators the solid foundation of knowledge they need to:

  • maximize the link between movement and learning
  • meet the needs of students with sensory processing issues by modifying the classroom environment and task demands
  • improve students' writing skills (includes an easy-to-use, five-step process for handwriting instruction)
  • facilitate children's fine motor ability, including using pencils and scissors and drawing lines and shapes
  • optimize learning through strategic use of classroom seating, space, lighting, and visual and auditory stimuli
  • promote imaginative play as essential to every part of the learning process
  • recognize and minimize students' stress, especially during transitions and waiting times
  • decrease restlessness and increase attention through environmental planning strategies
  • collaborate skillfully with OTs to address sensorimotor issues before they become a barrier to learning

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Temple Talks about Autism and Sensory Issues: the World's Leading Expert on Autism Shares Her Advice and Experiences. Temple Grandin, $13.50

Have you even wanted to talk to Temple about the sensory issues people with autism, Asperger’s, PDD and Sensory Processing Disorder deal with? Here, in this handy reference book, Temple gives a overview of what it is like to have autism and sensory difficulties, tells how she overcame her sensory issues, gives useful tips, then answers your questions in an easy to reference Q&A.


This Is Gabriel Making Sense of School: a Book about Sensory Processing Disorder. Hartley Steiner & Brandon Fall, $14.95

This delightfully illustrated picture book provides insight into the challenges children with sensory issues face every day. THIS IS GABRIEL gives readers a better understanding of our eight senses, how they are affected, and what kinds of accommodations are necessary to help children become learning sensations!


Totally Chill: My Complete Guide to Staying Cool. Christopher Lynch, $28.95

A stress management workbook for kids with social, emotional or sensory sensitivities.


28 Instant Songames. Barbara Sher, $23.95

28 Instant Songames is great fun for typical children as well as those with special needs. Fun and engaging for kids ages 3-8, "Songames" are musical activities for improving fine-and gross-motor skills, muscle strength, and rhythm. This music CD will get kids up and moving in no time. The activities include numerous games of body awareness, movement play, feeling identification, and self-expression, as well as imagination games that encourage expressive language play. Includes CD + 48-page booklet.

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The Ultimate Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder: Easy, Everyday Solutions to Sensory Challenges. Roya Ostovar, $22.95

When sensory processing is impaired, lights can be too bright, sounds too loud and clothes too painful on the skin. It can be almost impossible for children to tolerate their day, let alone learn in a classroom.

Neuropsychologist Dr. Roya Ostovar helps parents and educators to understand and support children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD).  She provides clear explanations, up-to-date research, step-by-step strategies and case examples that bring her methods to life.


Understanding Regulation Disorders of Sensory Processing in Children: Management Strategies for Parents and Professionals. Pratibha Reebye & Aileen Stalker, $25.95

Children with regulation disorders of sensory processing struggle to regulate their emotions and behaviors in response to sensory stimulation. This book explains how to recognize these disorders, which are often misdiagnosed, and offers practical ways of helping children with regulation disorders.

The authors describe the everyday experiences and distinguishing characteristics, symptoms, diagnosis, assessment and treatment approaches for the disorder. Focusing on early intervention, they present a range of management strategies for sensory sensitivities, motor problems, over- or under-reaction, and extremes of behavior. This concise book will be of interest to those who assess, educate and parent children with regulation disorders.


Understanding Sensory Dysfunction: Learning Development and Sensory Dysfunction in Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Learning Disabilities and Bipolar Disorder. Polly Godwin Emmons & Liz McKendry Anderson, $23.95

Understanding Sensory Dysfunction is a clear and comprehensive resource to identifying and addressing sensory dysfunction in children, using a range of practical strategies to help them reach their full potential at home, at school and in the community.

The authors explain the causes, contributing factors, symptoms and associated behaviors of sensory dysfunction, particularly when found in conditions such as autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), ADHD and bipolar disorder. Focusing on early intervention, they provide a host of tried and tested integration activities, assessment and curricular modifications, treatment options and useful equipment and resources that ultimately aim to limit or prevent the interference of sensory dysfunction with successful learning, socialization and skills development.

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Using Intensive Interaction and Sensory Integration: a Handbook for Those Who Support People with Severe Autism Spectrum Disorder. Phoebe Caldwell, $25.95

People with severe autism experience the sensory information they receive from the world completely differently to those not on the spectrum. They feel cut off and overwhelmed, and their behaviour can become very distressed. This handbook shows how we can engage with people who are non-verbal or semi-verbal and sometimes even those who have speech but lose the power to process it when they are in crisis. We can help them to make sense of the world. With illustrations, case examples and a wide range of tried-and-tested techniques, this practical guide provides indispensable tools for parents, caregivers and other professionals supporting people with severe autism and other learning disabilities.


The Weighted Blanket Guide: Everything You Need to Know about Weighted Blankets and Deep Pressure for Autism, Chronic Pain, and Other Conditions. Eileen Parker & Cara Koscinski, $21.95

Providing everything you need to know about the use of weighted blankets to help with sensory integration, improve sleep, ease chronic pain and more, this book includes:

  • What a weighted blanket is and how it works
  • An exploration of deep pressure and how weight on the body affects the mind
  • Guidelines for using weighted blankets at home and in professional environments
  • Studies into the effectiveness of weighted blankets
  • Advice on how to select an appropriate weighted blanket or sew your own.

Based on the latest research, this book dispels the online myths surrounding weighted blankets. It delivers clear information for occupational therapists and anyone considering using a weighted blanket to help with sensory processing disorder, autism, sleep disorders, fibromyalgia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and more.

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The Whole Spectrum of Social, Motor, and Sensory Games: Using Every Child’s Natural Love of Play to Enhance Key Skills and Promote Inclusion. Barbara Sher, $19.95

Play is increasingly recognized by neuroscientists and educators as a vital component in brain development, academic success and learning social skills. In this inspiring and useful resource, Barbara Sher provides step-by-step directions for how to use children's natural interests at different stages of their development to help them develop a wealth of sensory-motor and social skills. All the games have also been designed to provide plenty of joyful opportunities for encouraging inclusion.

  • Offers strategies for helping all kids, but especially those with special needs, to develop social, motor and sensory skills
  • Filled with simple games using common materials that can be used by teachers, parents, and caregivers with both individual kids and groups
  • Provides explanations and examples of how the games can aid in a child's development
  • Offers parents and teachers a fun and easy way to include all children in activities that will engage all of their senses and promote important skills

Why Does Izzy Cover Her Ears? Dealing with Sensory Overload. Jennifer Veenendall, $23.95

Meet Izzy, a feisty first grader, whose behavior is often misunderstood as she tries to cope with sensory overload in her new surroundings. This brightly illustrated book creates an environment that is accepting of students with sensory modulation difficulties, including many on the autism spectrum.


Yogarilla Exercises and Activities: 55 Card Yoga Deck. Kimberly Mielke & Megan-Lynette Richmond, $61.95 (ages 3 & up)

OTis, the OT gorilla, is here to teach children traditional and original yoga poses in a new, fun, and engaging way!

The 55 yoga poses and 110 activities in this oversized, colorfully illustrated card deck help children understand how their bodies and minds work together. Occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, teachers, and parents can use yoga in the classroom, at home, or in treatment to improve fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing, attention, communication, and cognition.

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Complete Booklist

Resources for Families & Professionals

Active Imagination Activity Book. Kelly Tilley, $23.95

Answers to Questions Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration: Forms, Checklists and Practical Tools. Carol Kranowitz et al, $20.50

Ants in Their Pants: Teaching Children Who Must Move to Learn. Aerial Cross, $44.95

Arnie and His School Tools: Simple Sensory Solutions That Build Success. Jennifer Veenendall, $24.95

ASANAS for Autism and Special Needs: Yoga to Help Children with Their Emotions, Self-Regulation and Body Awareness. Shawnee Thornton Hardy, $19.95

Asperger Syndrome & Sensory Issues: Practical Solutions for Making Sense of the World. Brenda Smith Myles, et al, $22.50

Autism and Everyday Executive Function: a Strengths-Based Approach for Improving Attention, Memory, Organization, and Flexibility. Paula Moraine, $30.95

Autism Movement Therapy: AUT-EROBICS DVD. Joanne Lara, $33.95 (68 minutes)

Autism Movement Therapy® Method: Waking Up the Brain. Joanne Lara, with Keri Bowers, $26.95

The Autistic Child’s Guide: Presenting SPARK* (Self-Regulation Program of Awareness and Resilience in Kids). Heather MacKenzie, $49.95

A Buffet of Sensory Interventions: Solutions for Middle and High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Susan Culp, $21.95 

Building Bridges through Sensory Integration: Therapy for Children with Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 3rd Edition. Paula Aquilla, Shirley Sutton & Ellen Yack, $39.95

Building Sensory Friendly Classrooms to Support Children with Challenging Behaviors. Rebecca Moyes, $24.95

Can I Tell You about Sensory Processing Difficulties? A Guide for Friends, Family, and Professionals. Sue Allen, $15.95

Can't Play Won't Play: Simply Sizzling Ideas to Get the Ball Rolling for Children with Dyspraxia. Sharon Drew & Elizabeth Atter, $24.95

Cool Bananas: Favorite Kids’ Rhythms for Calming, Cool Downs and Bedtime Routines. Genevieve Jereb, $23.95

Creating Multi-sensory Environments: Practical Ideas for Teaching and Learning. Christopher Davies, $42.50

Danceland: Songames™ and Activities to Improve Sensory Skills, CD & Booklet . Aubrey Lande, Kristen Fitz Taylor & Cheryl MacDonald, $24.50

Developmental Coordination Disorder: Hints and Tips for the Activities of Daily Living. Morven Ball, $25.95

Early Intervention Games. Barbara Sher, $19.95

Ellie Bean the Drama Queen. Jennie Harding, illustrated by David Padgett, $13.50

Eurythmics for Autism and Other Neurophysiologic Diagnoses: a Sensorimotor Music-Based Treatment Approach. Dorita Berger, $35.95

Everyday Games for Sensory Processing Disorder: 100 Playful Activities to Empower Children with Sensory Differences. Barbara Sher, $22.95 (for children ages 1-12)

Fuzzy Buzzy Groups for Children with Developmental and Sensory Processing Difficulties: a Step-by-Step Resource. Fiona Brownlee & Lindsay Munro, $34.95

Getting Kids in Sync DVD: Sensory-Motor Activities to Help Children Develop Body Awareness and Integrate Their Senses. Carol Kranowitz, $21.95 (29 minutes)

The Goodenoughs Get in Sync. Carol Stock Kranowitz, Illustrated by T. J. Wylie, $16.95 (age 10 and up)     

Growing an In-Sync Child: Simple, Fun Activities to Help Every Child Develop, Learn and Grow. Cartol Kranowitz & Joye Newman, $20.00

Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating: a Step-by-Step Guide for Overcoming Selective Eating, Food Aversion, and Feeding Disorders. Katja Rowell & Jenny McGlothlin, $22.95

How Does Your Engine Run? A Leader’s Guide to the Alert Program for Self-Regulation. Mary Sue Williams & Sherry Shellenberger, $60.95 (booklet, $13.95)

How to Be a Superhero Called Self-Control: Super Powers to Help Younger Children to Regulate Their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, illustrated by Apsley, $22.95

How to Help a Clumsy Child: Strategies for Young Children with Developmental Motor Concerns. Lisa Kurtz, $15.95

I'll Tell You Why I Can't Wear Those Clothes! Talking about Tactile Defensiveness. Noreen O'Sullivan, $17.95

Improving Sensory Processing in Traumatized Children: Practical Ideas to Help Your Child's Movement, Coordination, and Body Awareness. Sarah Lloyd, $19.95

Improving Speech and Eating Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: an Oral Motor Program for Home and School. Maureen Flanagan, $22.95

Insights into Sensory Issues: Answers to Sensory Challenges. Kathleen Morris, $21.50

The In-Sync Activity Card Book: 50 Simple Activities to Help Children Develop, Learn, and Grow! Joye Newman & Carol Kranowitz, $28.95

It's Haircut Time! Michele Griffin, $13.95

Jumpin’ Jelly Beans. Gen Jereb & Friends, $23.95 CD

The Kids' Guide to Staying Awesome and In Control: Simple Stuff to Help Children Regulate their Emotions and Senses. Lauren Brukner, Illustrated by Apsley, $25.95

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Learn to Have Fun with Your Senses: the Sensory Avoider’s Survival Guide. John Taylor, $20.95

Learn to Move, Move to Learn! Sensorimotor Early Childhood Activity Themes. Jenny Clark Brack, $48.50; DVD $37.95

Learning in Motion: 101+ Sensory Activities for the Classroom. Patricia Angermeier, Joan Krzyzanowski & Kristina Keller Moir, $53.95

The Littlest Inventor. Mandi Mathis, $15.95

Living Sensationally: Understanding Your Senses. Winnie Dunn, $24.95

Making Sense of Your Senses: a Workbook for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder. Judy Christopher Auer & Michelle Auer, $22.95

Mixed Signals: Understanding and Treating Your Child’s Sensory Processing Issues. Mary Lashno, $22.95

Movement Based Learning for Children of All Abilities. Cecilia Koester, $35.50

A Moving Child Is a Learning Child: How the Body Teaches the Brain to Think: Gill Connell, Cheryl McCarthy, $43.50 (Birth to Age 7) 

Multisensory Rooms and Environments: Controlled Sensory Experiences for People with Profound and Multiple Disabilities. Susan Fowler, $61.95

Music Therapy, Sensory Integration and the Autistic Child. Dorita Berger, $32.95

My Sensory Book: Working Together to Explore Sensory Issues and the Big Feelings They Can Cause: a Workbook for Parents, Professionals, and Children. Lauren Kerstein, $24.50

No Longer a Secret. Doreit Bialer & Lucy Jane Miller, $21.50

No More Meltdowns: Positive Strategies for Managing and Preventing Out-of-Control Behavior. Jed Baker, with a foreword by Carol Stock Kranowitz, $19.95

Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at School: Educating Students with NLD, Asperger Syndrome, and Related Conditions. Pamela Tanguay, $29.95

Not Just Spirited: a Mom’s Sensational Journey with Sensory Processing Disorder. Chynna Laird, $19.95

101 Activities for Kids in Tight Spaces. Carol Kranowitz, $13.50

OT for Children with Autism, DVD. Britt Collins, $33.95 (DVD, 45 minutes)

The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up: Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder in the Adolescent and Young Adult Years. Carol Stock Kranowitz, $23.00

The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Integration Dysfunction. Carol Kranowitz, $17.50

Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder. Carol Kranowitz, $17.50

Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder: a Family Guide to Understanding & Supporting Your Sensory Sensitive Child. Christopher Auer, $24.95

Pathways to Play! Combining Sensory Integration and Integrated Play Groups. Glenda Fuge & Rebecca Berry, $32.50

Physical Activities for Improving Children’s Learning and Behavior: a Guide to Sensory Motor Development. Billye Ann Cheatum & Allison Hammond, $32.95

Picky, Picky Pete: a Boy and His Sensory Challenges. Michele Griffin, $20.50

The Pocket Occupational Therapist for Families of Children with Special Needs. Cara Koscinski, $25.95

Practical Sensory Programmes for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Special Needs. Sue Larkey, $31.95

Raising Kids with Sensory Processing Disorders: a Week-by-Week Guide to Solving Everyday Sensory Issues. Rondalyn Whitney & Varleisha Gibbs, $21.95

Raising a Sensory Smart Child: the Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Integration Issues, 2nd Edition. Lindsey Biel & Nancy Peske, $18.00

Ready-to-Use Fine Motor Skills & Handwriting Activities for Young Children: Teaching, Remediation and Assessment. Joanne Landy & Keith Burridge, $55.95

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Say G’Day: Sensory Integration through Rhythm and Song. Genevieve Jereb, $23.95

Seeing Clearly: Fun Activities for Improving Vision Skills. Lois Hickman & Rebecca Hutchins, $13.95

Self-Reg: How to Help Your Child (and You) Break the Stress Cycle and Successfully Engage with Life. Stuart Shanker, $34.00

Self-Regulation for Kids K-12: Strategies for Calming Minds and Behavior.  Patricia Tollison, Katherine Synatschk & Gaea Logan, $53.95

Sensational Journeys: 48 Personal Stories of Sensory Processing Disorder. Hartley Steiner, $16.50

Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder. Lucy Jane Miller, $20.00

Sensitive Sam. Marla Roth-Fisch, $16.95 (ages 6-11)

Sensitive Sam Visits the Dentist. Marla Roth-Fisch, $19.95

Sensorcises: Active Enrichment for the Out-of-Step Learner. Laurie Glazener, $19.95

The Sensory Child Gets Organized: Proven Systems for Rigid, Anxious, or Distracted Kids. Karen Dalgliesh, $18.99

The Sensory Connection: an OT and SLP Team Approach. Nancy Kashman & Janet Mora, $20.95

The Sensory Detective Curriculum Discovering Sensory Processing and How It Supports Attention, Focus, and Regulation Skills. Paula Aquilla, $34.50

Sensory Integration: a Guide for Preschool Teachers. Christy Isbell & Rebecca Isbell, $23.95

Sensory Integration and Self-Regulation in Infants and Toddlers: Helping Very Young Children Interact with Their Environment. G. Gordon Williamson & Marie Anzalone, $24.95

Sensory Integration and the Child: Understanding Hidden Sensory Challenges, Revised 25th Anniversary Edition. Jean Ayres, revised and updated by Pediatric Therapy Network $35.95

Sensory Integration: Practical Strategies and Sensory Motor Activities for Use in the Classroom. Michael Abraham, $17.50

Sensory Integration: Theory & Practice, 2nd Edition. Anita Bundy et al, $67.50

Sensory Issues for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Diarmuid Heffernan, $23.95

Sensory Issues and High-Functioning Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders: Practical Solutions for Making Sense of the World. Brenda Smith Myles, Kelly Mahler & Lisa Robbins, $29.50

Sensory Issues in Learning & Behavior DVD. Carol Kranowitz, $139.95 (Updated and re-titled version of the DVD, “The Out-of-Sync Child”)

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Sensory Motor Activities for the Young Child. Donna Staisiunas Hurley, $71.95

Sensory Parenting from Newborns to Toddlers. Britt Collins & Jackie Linder Olson, $27.95

Sensory Parenting: the Elementary Years. Britt Collins & Jackie Linder Olson, $22.95

Sensory Perceptual Issues in Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Olga Bogdashina, $33.95

Sensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens. Lindsey Biel, $35.00

The Sensory Processing Disorder Answer Book: Practical Answers to the Top 250 Questions Parents Ask. Tara Delaney, $27.99

Sensory Processing Disorder: Simulations & Solutions for Parents, Teachers and Therapists. Jenny Clark Brack, $40.95 (DVD format, 25 minutes)

Sensory Processing Disorder Kit: Simulations & Solutions for Parents, Teachers and Therapists. Jenny Clark Brack. Kit only $49.95; Kit & DVD $61.95

Sensory Smarts: a Book for Kids with ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorders Struggling with Sensory Integration Problems. Kathleen Chara et al, $19.95

The Sensory-Sensitive Child: Practical Solutions for Out-of-Bounds Behavior. Karen Smith & Karen Gouze, $16.99

Sensory Stories for Children and Teens with Special Educational Needs: a Practical Guide. Joanna Grace, $34.95

The Sensory Team Handbook: a Hands-On Tool to Help Young People Make Sense of Their Senses. Nancy Mucklow, $28.95

Simple Low-Cost Games and Activities for Sensorimotor Learning: a Sourcebook of Ideas for Young Children Including Those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Learning Differences. Lisa Kurtz, $29.95

Small Steps Forward: Using Games and Activities to Help Your Pre-School Child with Special Needs. Sarah Newman, $24.95

Smart Start: Preschool Movement Curriculum Designed for Children of All Abilities. Janet Wessel & Lauriece Zittel, $115.00

So Loud it Hurts! Elaheh Bos, $19.95

Songames for Sensory Processing. Aubrey Lande, et al, $28.50 (Book & 2 CD set)

Speak, Move, Play and Learn with Children on the Autism Spectrum. Lois Jean Brady, America Gonzalez, Maciej Zawadki & Corinda Presley, $34.95

Starting Sensory Therapy:  Fun Activities for the Home or Classroom. Bonnie Arnwine, $22.95

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Stephen Harris in Trouble: a Dyspraxic Drama in Several Clumsy Acts. Tim Nichol, $19.95 (age 10 and up)

Stepping Out: Using Games and Activities to Help Your Child with Special Needs. Sarah Newman, $25.95

Supporting Children with Dyspraxia and Motor Coordination Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Susan Coulter, Lesley Kynman, Elizabeth Morling, Rob Grayson & Jill Wing, $55.95

Take Five! Staying ALERT at Home and School. Mary Sue Williams & Sherry Shellenberger, $46.95

A Teacher’s Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder CD. Carol Kranowitz & Stacey Sklut, $21.95

Teaching the Moving Child: OT Insights that Will Transform Your K-3 Classroom. Sybil Berkey, $38.50

Temple Talks about Autism and Sensory Issues: the World's Leading Expert on Autism Shares Her Advice and Experiences. Temple Grandin, $13.50

This Is Gabriel Making Sense of School: a Book about Sensory Processing Disorder. Hartley Steiner & Brandon Fall, $14.95

Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do If You Are a Sensory Defensive in an Overstimulating World. Sharon Heller, $16.99

Totally Chill: My Complete Guide to Staying Cool. Christopher Lynch, $28.95

28 Instant Songames. Barbara Sher, $23.95

The Ultimate Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder: Easy, Everyday Solutions to Sensory Challenges.  Roya Ostovar, $22.95

Understanding Developmental Dyspraxia: a Textbook for Students and Professionals. Madeleine Portwood, $44.95

Understanding Regulation Disorders of Sensory Processing in Children: Management Strategies for Parents and Professionals. Pratibha Reebye & Aileen Stalker, $25.95

Understanding Sensory Dysfunction: Learning Development and Sensory Dysfunction in Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Learning Disabilities and Bipolar Disorder. Polly Godwin Emmons & Liz McKendry Anderson, $23.95

Unlocking the Mysteries of Sensory Dysfunction: a Resource for Anyone Who Works With, Or Lives With, a Child With Sensory Issues. Elizabeth Anderson & Pauline Emmons, $22.95

Using Intensive Interaction and Sensory Integration: a Handbook for Those Who Support People with Severe Autism Spectrum Disorder. Phoebe Caldwell, $25.95

The Weighted Blanket Guide: Everything You Need to Know about Weighted Blankets and Deep Pressure for Autism, Chronic Pain, and Other Conditions. Eileen Parker & Cara Koscinski, $21.95

The Whole Spectrum of Social, Motor, and Sensory Games: Using Every Child’s Natural Love of Play to Enhance Key Skills and Promote Inclusion. Barbara Sher, $19.95

Why Does Izzy Cover Her Ears? Dealing with Sensory Overload. Jennifer Veenendall, $23.95

Yogarilla Exercises and Activities: 55 Card Yoga Deck. Kimberly Mielke & Megan-Lynette Richmond, $61.95 (ages 3 & up)

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