I have another fun freebie for you! These Fall sensory stations are printable sensory station posters that you can use in classrooms, school hallways, the home, or therapy clinics to offer sensory input and whole body movements with a Fall theme. Just hang these sensory station posters on the wall and add calming sensory input with a Fall theme!
Earlier this year, we made these free Spring sensory stations and they were a huge hit!
This set of sensory stations are a great addition to our Fall deep breathing exercise we shared yesterday.
Fall Sensory Stations
If you’ve been in a school hallway in recent years, you may have seen a sensory walk. They are fun ways to offer movement for kids, especially when they need a brain break during learning. But sensory walks can be expensive to create. So, going off the theme of adding movement, coping tools, and heavy work input through the proprioceptive system, these Fall sensory system posters for a very inexpensive cost (Hint: it’s nothing! They are free!)
I love these Fall sensory stations because you can print them, laminate them, and place them in the hallway or on a wall for quick movement breaks. Add them to a Fall learning theme, Fall therapy activities, Fall fine motor work, or Fall crafts. They are great prep-work for these Fall writing prompts, too.
These sensory station posters include:
- Fall Figure 8 Breath Poster- for calming deep breathing, mindfulness, and self-regulation
- Fall Animal Walk (Leap like a squirrel)- for motor planning input and proprioceptive input
- Fall Wall Push-Ups- for proprioceptive input through the arms, shoulder girdle
- Fall Jumping Jacks- for motor planning work, vestibular input, and proprioceptive input
- Fall Trace and Breathe- for visual tracking, finger isolation, deep breathing, and self-regulation
Free Sensory Station Posters
Want to add these Fall sensory station printables to your therapy toolbox? You can grab this freebie and add it to your tools!
Colleen Beck, OTR/L is an occupational therapist with 20 years experience, graduating from the University of Pittsburgh in 2000. Colleen created The OT Toolbox to inspire therapists, teachers, and parents with easy and fun tools to help children thrive. As the creator, author, and owner of the website and its social media channels, Colleen strives to empower those serving kids of all levels and needs. Want to collaborate? Send an email to email@example.com.
Want more ways to work on skills this Fall? Grab our Fall Fine Motor Kit (or any of the seasonal kits):