Sensory activities don’t always mean high-energy, fast-faced or messy activities. Some sensory activities help to calm children and bring about peace and calm to their little hearts. Lavender is a calming scent and can provide more grounding to a child who is struggling with anxiety or who is having a hard time self-regulating.
Calming Sensory Activities With Lavender
Calming Lavender Scented Bubble Recipe from here at The Chaos and The Clutter
Calming Lavender Playdough from here at The Chaos and The Clutter (not pictured)
Lavender Scented Beans for Sensory Play from And Next Comes L
Calming Lavender Sensory Bin from here at The Chaos and The Clutter
Natural Lavender Scented Rice from The Imagination Tree
Lavender Scented Slime from And Next Comes L
Natural Lavender Play Dough Recipe from Natural Beach Living
More Calming Sensory Activities
Lavender Scented Sensory Paint at The Preschool Toolbox
Lavender Soap Foam from And Next Comes L
Calming Lavender Water Bin for Sensory Play from Frogs, Snails and Puppy Dog Tail (not pictured)
Lavender and Glitter Sensory Salt at The Imagination Tree
Lavender Waterbead Sensory Bin from The OT Toolbox (not pictured)
Soothing Lavender Playdough Recipe at B-Inspired Mama (not pictured)
Lavender Epsom Salt Writing Tray from And Next Comes L
Lavender Scented Cloud Dough Recipe from The Imagination Tree
Calming Lavender Bath for Kids at Frogs, Snails and Puppy Dog Tail (not pictured)
My favourite lavender to use for calming is this essential oil.
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