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My students often struggle with not getting enough sensory input. Something as simple as a student speaking loudly or a classroom that is overly decorated can make a stressful learning environment for a student with ASD. When a child with ASD is not getting enough sensory input they may often get anxious and conduct self-stimulating behavior. Students may walk around the classroom and flap their hands, wiggling in their chair, or do something subtle like feet taping. Sensory seating like the wobble stooles and ball chairs will help my students get their wiggles out. They allow students to stay active while staying in one place. When my students need sensory input it is very hard from them to stay on task. The sensory seating will be used as seating options for my students during individual and group activities to promote on-task behaviors.

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My students often struggle with not getting enough sensory input. Something as simple as a student speaking loudly or a classroom that is overly decorated can make a stressful learning environment for a student with ASD. When a child with ASD is not getting enough sensory input they may often get anxious and conduct self-stimulating behavior. Students may walk around the classroom and flap their hands, wiggling in their chair, or do something subtle like feet taping. Sensory seating like the wobble stooles and ball chairs will help my students get their wiggles out. They allow students to stay active while staying in one place. When my students need sensory input it is very hard from them to stay on task. The sensory seating will be used as seating options for my students during individual and group activities to promote on-task behaviors.

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