How to create a sensory break room

by laura
(new jersey)

I am thinking of how to create a sensory break room for myself.


Where do you do it.
How big should it be.
What should i put in it.

note* i am 13

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May 28, 2010
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THANX
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thanxs
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It depends
by: Anonymous

I think it depends on what soothes you. For my daughter, who is only five, I have a tent set up because she likes the feeling of being enclosed. It has pillows and soft blankets in it as well as some toys she likes to play with, stressballs,koosh balls and silly putty. These are the things that help her to calm down and reorganize herself. You may have to experiment to see what works best for you.

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