I suspect I'm over thinking this but please bear with me.
Last week we went for DSs assessment with the OT, as I'd expected she identified several sensory issues, some which I had picked up on and some which I had not. She's sent a few pages of activities to do at home/school to help him.
DS has asked to do a couple of the deep pressure activities (he loved being made into a pizza) however I'm not sure how to introduce more of the activities. Do you set aside a time each day to go through some of them or just offer them when the child looks to need them?
I've bought a couple of boxes so we are going to try and sort out some "sensory" toys into one of them. He already has quite a few tangles and sqidgy things but I'm hoping having them in one place will make it easier for him to get them as he needs them.
Also how about school, does your child get to do any of their activities at school? I'm going to meet his teacher for next year tomorrow and I'll take the report with me (school are supposed to get a copy but I doubt it's reached her yet) I'm wondering if she will be willing/able to incorporate some of the ideas into PE lessons.