Who's kid loves to take all the cushions off the sofa and jump into them, or love to repeatedly crash into you?
If so, they sound like a good candidate for a sensory crash pad.
Children who actively seek out excessive sensory input are usually looking for a way to calm themselves. There are are a variety of activities your crash pad can be used for to help offer sensory input, burn off some energy and work on your child’s motor skills
- Jumping into the crash pad while pretending youare a super hero
- Throw a ball while your child jumps into the crash pad and tries to catch it
- Standing stiff and falling into the crash pad backwards, Timber......
- Jumping off a mini tramp onto the pad
- Relaxing on crash pad and watching TV
- Turning it into a giant reading chair by leaning it against the wall
- headstands and rolling
- Taking a nap
- Pull and push it across the room