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Sensory-Friendly Christmas Activities

Here are some fun and festive sensory-friendly Christmas activities for the winter holiday! These fine motor skills activities will spark your child’s imagination and help with their development.

Snowman Sensory BinPhoto: Living Montessori Now

Winter Wonderland Sensory Bin

Grab a large bin and fill it up with cotton balls or fake snow

Add toy snowmen, toy pine trees, pine cones, and fake snowflakes

To make it festive, you can add Christmas ornaments such as candy canes, jingle bells, toy Santa, elves and reindeer and more

This snowflake craft for kids is a great winter project combining hands-on math learning and fine motor activities. Learn how to make the beaded snowflake ornament. Kids can work on counting, patterning, composing and decomposing numbers and skip counting. This is a great fine motor activity for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten in class math centers or at a classroom holiday party. holiday crafts for kids, winter art projects... #winteractivitiesforkids #finemotor #preschool #wintermath

Photo: Early Learning Ideas

Beaded Snowflake

For this activity, you’ll need to collect some pipe cleaners, colorful beans and a pair of scissors.

Cut your pipe cleaners in half, grab three pieces and fold them in half

Twist two of the pipe cleaners together on the bend

Twist the third pipe cleaner around the first two

Add beads to the pipe cleaners, and you’ll have a beautiful snowflake.

Christmas Slime - Christmas Tree SlimePhoto: The Best Idea for Kids

Christmas Tree Slime

For this DIY slime recipe, you’ll need green glitter glue, sequins, star confetti, ½ tsp of baking soda, 1 ½ tbsp of contact lens solution, and 2 tbsp of water

Mix the all wet ingredients together in a (except for the lens solutions) and then add in your sequins and confetti

Add your contact lens solution and knead the dough, add ½ tsp of lens solution at a time if the slime is too sticky

Do you have other activity ideas? Let us know at marketing@biermanautism.com.

Bierman Autism Centers is a place where kids as young as 18 months to 9 years of age engage in play to learn foundational skills they can build on, such as self-advocacy and communication. They recognize that every kid’s success is unique, and their one-on-one approach allows them to drive progress, and measurable outcomes, while each child is advancing on their own terms.

With over 200 graduations, Bierman currently has centers and is expanding in: Arizona, Indiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Jersey, Ohio, and Rhode Island. For more about Bierman Autism Centers, visit www.biermanautism.com or call 800-931-8113.