Oral Motor Activities for Proprioceptive Input

Does your child like crunchy foods? Do they like to chew gum? Do they move their mouths

when they are overstimulated or stressed? If you see these behaviors, your child may be seeking

proprioceptive input to calm and organize their body through their oral system. Along with fun

activities like crashing into mats, jumping on a trampoline, wall pushups, and animal walks, you

can help your child receive the same proprioceptive input through oral motor activities.